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UPDATE 1-Argentina´s Fernandez says country will struggle to repay IMF loan, must renegotiate

UPDATE 1-Argentina´s Fernandez says country will struggle to repay IMF loan, must renegotiateThe Argentine opposition candidate, Alberto Fernandez, said that the country would struggle under present conditions to repay a loan to the International Monetary Fund and he would seek to renegotiate the repayment terms, according to an interview published on Sunday by the newspaper Clarin. "I would say that there is only one incontrovertible reality and that is that Argentina in these conditions is not able to repay the debts it took on," said Fernandez, the favorite to win the October elections. "I have no problem helping the president (Mauricio Macri) to renegotiate in the way that I propose but do have a lot of trouble with is having to explain to the Fund the failings of the president.



‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops say

‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops sayOfficers responding to reports of a man chasing a woman at a San Rafael, California, park Saturday morning soon heard from two other women he’d also chased, police wrote in a statement on Facebook.



‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops say

‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops sayOfficers responding to reports of a man chasing a woman at a San Rafael, California, park Saturday morning soon heard from two other women he’d also chased, police wrote in a statement on Facebook.



‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops say

‘High-risk’ sex offender chases three women before rooftop standoff, Calif. cops sayOfficers responding to reports of a man chasing a woman at a San Rafael, California, park Saturday morning soon heard from two other women he’d also chased, police wrote in a statement on Facebook.



Emotional highs, lows mark hiker's record-setting project

Emotional highs, lows mark hiker's record-setting projectWhile setting a speed record for New Hampshire hiking, Philip Carcia was sometimes struck with a sort of reverse déjà vu. Given Carcia's goal, it's no wonder the days blurred together. While more than 10,000 people have climbed all 48 New Hampshire mountains with summits over 4,000 feet (1,219 meters), fewer than 100 hikers have completed "The Grid" — reaching every summit in each of the 12 months.





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