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La Capital, Dec. 11, 2015

"I want to be the president of a united Argentina," Argentina's oldest daily La Capitalquotes the country's new leader Mauricio Macri as saying on its front page Friday, a day after he was sworn in as president.

Predecessor Cristina Fernández de Kirchner boycotted Macri's inauguration after a bitter dispute over the details of the handover ceremony.

In his inaugural speech, center-right Macri, 56, outlined three primary objectives, La Capital reports — vowing to achieve zero poverty, and fighting drug trafficking and corruption in Argentina.

For more, we offer this El Espectador/Worldcrunch piece, Adios Populism! Cleaning Up Ruins Left By Maduro And Kirchner.

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Welcome to Tuesday, where North Korea reportedly fires a missile over Japan for the first time in five years, Ukrainian President Zelensky signs a decree vowing to never negotiate with Russia while Putin is in power, and a lottery win raises eyebrows in the Philippines. Meanwhile, Argentine daily Clarin looks at how the translation of a Bible in an indigenous language in Chile has sparked a debate over the links between language, colonialism and cultural imposition.

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