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Robbers dressed as rabbis hit Argentine bank

Jun 20 2013, 2:00am CDT | by

Buenos Aires, June 20 (IANS/EFE) Three robbers, two of whom were dressed as Orthodox Jewish rabbis and the third as a security guard, Wednesday held up a Buenos Aires bank and fled with the contents of several safety deposit boxes, police said.

Buenos Aires, June 20 (IANS/EFE) Three robbers, two of whom were dressed as Orthodox Jewish rabbis and the third as a security guard, Wednesday held up a Buenos Aires bank and fled with the contents...

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Robbers dressed as rabbis hit Argentine bank

Jun 20 2013, 2:00am CDT | by

Buenos Aires, June 20 (IANS/EFE) Three robbers, two of whom were dressed as Orthodox Jewish rabbis and the third as a security guard, Wednesday held up a Buenos Aires bank and fled with the contents of several safety deposit boxes, police said.

Buenos Aires, June 20 (IANS/EFE) Three robbers, two of whom were dressed as Orthodox Jewish rabbis and the third as a security guard, Wednesday held up a Buenos Aires bank and fled with the contents of several safety deposit boxes, police said.

The robbery was carried out early in the morning in the Villa Urquiza neighbourhood when the bank was full of customers waiting in line to conduct their financial business.

The three robbers got out of an automobile parked in front of the bank, while a fourth person waited behind the wheel, police said.

Once inside the bank, the fake rabbis subdued the employees and the customers and took the contents of a number of safety deposit boxes.

Police told the Telam news agency that the robbers "were disguised, with two of them dressed as members of the Orthodox Jewish community, that is to say, black outfit, wide-brimmed hat, beard and curls, and the other pretended to be a security employee who was going to inspect the closed circuit television".

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7 weeks ago

Vatican Announces its Christmas Stamp for 2014

Oct 29 2014 2:02pm CDT | Source: Big Government

The new Vatican stamp for Christmas 2014 will be issued on November 21, and reproduces an oil-on-canvas painting by the Argentinean artist Raúl Soldi, located in the Santa Ana de Glew chapel outside Buenos Aires. This year’s Christmas stamp has been prepared in collaboration with the Argentine postal system, renewing a tradition that has already produced great results with other countries. Argentina and the Vatican have already coproduced a series of stam ...
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