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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Police officers in Buenos Aires Province of Argentina continued their protests on Wednesday demanding higher salaries and better working conditions, but the situation seems to be coming to an end following promises of announcements this Thursday meeting the demands.

Buenos Aires province head Axel Kicillof and his Security Secretary Sergio Berni are expected to announce pay increases above 40 percent and a promise that the protestors will not be sanctioned.

Anyhow the day was full of political events, when patrol cars organized an “embrace” surrounding the presidential residence in Olivos, with horns and sirens which demanded . . .

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