At the age of 90 in Buenos Aires, the former 50th president of Argentina, Carlos Menem, died. The newspaper El Pais reported this on Sunday, February 14.
According to the newspaper, he had long suffered from health problems. Menem died of heart complications caused by an infection. It is specified that in December, the politician was hospitalized with an infection of the urinary system.
Carlos Menem was born in 1930. He was president of Argentina from 1989 to 1999. After the end of his term, starting in 2005, he was a senator.
Earlier it became known that former U.S. Secretary of State George Schultz died. The cause of death was not disclosed. He died at the age of 100.