Former Argentine President Carlos Menem dies at 90: local media By Reuters

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© Reuters. Former Argentine President and Senator Carlos Saúl Menem attends a Senate session in Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Former Argentine President Carlos Menem has died in his 90s after battling long-term health problems, local media reported on Sunday. The veteran politician and lawyer served as president of Argentina from 1989 to 1999. He was serving as a senator at the time of his death.

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