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Kirchner expected in Buenos Aires to face fraud accusations

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner, pictured on March 1, 2015, is expected in Buenos Aires after four months in southern Patagonia, where she secluded herself after leaving officeTens of thousands of supporters are expected to rally in Buenos Aires Monday, when former president Cristina Kirchner returns to the Argentine capital to face the first of an expanding series of corruption allegations against her. Kirchner is due to testify Wednesday in an investigation into whether she mishandled public funds in connection with Central Bank currency-related operations during the final months of her presidency. The charges, ranging from embezzlement to money laundering, come amid an atmosphere of political polarization in Argentina and accusations of bias among prosecutors and judges.

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