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Last Tango in Buenos Aires: Adiós to Kirchner
Néstor Kirchner hung out with both Castro and with President George W. Bush.  He helped his sexy/smart wife, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, become President after he left power.     
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A Broken Heart

Oct 28, 2010: Current Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner says a final goodbye to her husband, former President Néstor Kirchner. The powerful couple was married since 1975. The entire Funeral aired live on Argentinean Public Television.

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Wrapped in Sorrow

Oct 28, 2010: Wrapped with an Argentine flag, a woman, holds flowers as she waits to pay homage to former President Néstor Kirchner at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Immense Pain

Oct 28, 2010: A woman waits in line to pay her last respects to former President Néstor Kirchner at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The headline on the newspaper reads in Spanish "Immense pain."

Morners Flood the Streets

Oct 27, 2010: People gather at the Plaza de Mayo, next to the government palace, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Laid to Rest

Oct 28, 2010: A man sleeps as he waits in line to pay his last respects to former President Néstor Kirchner at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The newspaper's headline reads in Spanish "Immense Pain."

Evo Pays Respects

Oct 28, 2010: Bolivia's President Evo Morales arrives to pay his last respects to the late former President Néstor Kirchner as he arrives to the airport in Buenos Aires. 

Presidential Farewell

Oct 28, 2010: Ecuador's President Rafael Correa arrives to pay his last respects to the late former President Néstor Kirchner. 

A Father and Husband

Oct 28, 2010: In this image taken from video, Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, right, stands with her daughter Florencia Kirchner next to the casket of her husband as they attend his wake at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Stunned Mourners

Oct 28, 2010: People wait in line to pay their last respects to former President Néstor Kirchner The newspaper headline reads in Spanish "Immense pain." 

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A Single Rose

Oct 27, 2010: A man dressed in a Gaucho outfit holds an Argentine flag and a red rose outside government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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The Odd Couple

July 23, 2003: President George W. Bush, right, shakes hands with Argentina's President Néstor Kirchner in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. 

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Power Pair

Dec. 10, 2007: Argentina's President-Elect, Cristina Fernández, left, and her husband, Argentina's departing President Néstor Kirchner, wave after Fernandez was sworn in at the National Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Old Stoogie

May 26, 2003: Argentina's President Néstor Kirchner, right, and Cuba's then President Fidel Castro wave at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Good Times

June 18, 2008: Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, left, and her husband former president Néstor Kirchner wave to supporters at a pro-government rally in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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She Is the One

Dec. 10, 2007: Argentina's outgoing President Néstor Kirchner gestures toward his wife, Argentina's new President Cristina Fernández, as they arrives to a music festival after her swearing-in ceremony outside the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Left and Lefter

Aug. 6, 2010: Néstor Kirchner, second from left, speaks with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, left, and Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, right, at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela. 

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Man on the Move

June 24, 2009: President Néstor Kirchner arrives to visit homes being built for the homeless in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Señor Presidente

May 25, 2003: Néstor Kirchner gives a thumbs up after being sworn-in as president at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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At the Summit of the Americas

Jan. 13, 2004: President George W. Bush, right, shakes hands with Argentina's President Néstor Kirchner, center, as Argentine first lady Cristina Fernández looks on at the Special Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, México. 

(AP/ Argentina Presidential Press Off)

Good Bye

May 14, 2009: President Néstor Kirchner greets supporters during his congressional campaign in La Plata, Argentina. 

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Last Tango in Buenos Aires: Adiós to Kirchner

Néstor Kirchner hung out with both Castro and with President George W. Bush.  He helped his sexy/smart wife, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, become President after he left power.     

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