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Argentina protesters started fires to block streets outside Buenos Aires they say the government failed to respond to the flooding which followed record rains and killed at least fifty people.
Some drowned in their homes or cars others electrocuted.
Hundreds of thousands still have no power schools and other buildings now serving as makeshift shelters.
A sandstorm swept through the northwest forcing drivers to turn -- fog lights or head back home.
People say the air is suffocating and it's keeping them from coming out to enjoy the first day of -- spring festival.
Italy cops grabbed nearly six million dollars worth of gold bars during a check of the Swiss border they found the little wrapped in newspapers hidden beneath the carpet in the backseat of the car.
They say an initial search found nothing the family and the car started looking anxious.
The driver a lawyer -- his wife and three young kids reportedly unable to explain all that gold.
Police charged him with money laundering.
-- -- near Tokyo welcoming its first white tiger cubs and the little ones just learning how to walk months keeping them warm.
White tigers are ultra rare just a couple hundred worldwide -- officials are asking the public help name the cubs.
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