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Bonds are back for Argentina
Argentina is back selling government bonds for the first time in 15 years having settled a long-running legal battle with investors after it defaulted on its debts in 2001.
Argentina: Fernández de Kirchner says court case is 'political persecution'
Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has refused to testify in court over claims of state fraud when she was in office
Argentina passes deal ending debt battle with hedge funds
After a drawn-out debate, Argentina’s Senate approved a deal that should put an end to a 14-year-old dispute with U.S. creditors over the nation’s
Remembering Argentina's 1976 coup
Tens of thousands of Argentines marched in Buenos Aires on Thursday (24 March) to mark the 40th anniversary of the coup that overthrew Isabel Peron
Argentina: Thousands march 40 years after military dictatorship began
Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to mark the 40th anniversary of the start of Argentina’s military dictatorship, calling for justice
Obama says US too slow to react to Argentina's "Dirty War"
US President Barack Obama admitted Washington was too slow to react to Argentina’s “Dirty War” as he attended a ceremony to honour the victims. His
Care to dance?
US President Barack Obama takes to the dance floor at a state dinner in Argentine city of Buenos Aires, trying out the traditional Argentine Tango.
Obama adds Argentina to South America reset list
US President Barack Obama has promised a new era in relations with Argentina, with US firms announcing more than two billion dollars of new
Obama arrives in Argentina
The US president wants to reset diplomatic and trade ties with the free market Mauricio Macri.
Argentine coastguard sinks illegal Chinese trawler
Argentina’s coastguard has sunk a Chinese fishing trawler that was apparently operating illegally within its territorial waters. Warning shots were
WATCH: Argentina ice arch collapse caught on video
Chunks of Argentina’s Perito Moreno glacier collapsed on Thursday (March 10) as large chunks of ice plunged into Lake Argentina. The Patagonian
Argentine champions Boca Juniors appoint Schelotto as coach
Argentine champions Boca Juniors have appointed former player Barros Schelotto as their new coach following Monday’s sacking of Rodolfo Arruabarrena
Argentina strikes deal with US 'holdout' creditors
Argentina agrees in principle to a deal with US hedge funds ending a 15-year-old dispute over repayment of billions of dollars worth of bonds.
French Peugeot driver Stéphane Peterhansel wins Dakar Rally for 12th time
French Peugeot driver Stéphane Peterhansel has won the Dakar Rally for the 12th time. He crossed the finish line on the 13th and final stage of this
Peterhansel chalks up his 12 Dakar Rally victory
Stephane Peterhansel won his 12th Dakar Rally after crossing the finish line of a drama-free 13th stage of the race in Rio Cuarto, Argentina. The
Dakar Rally: Price and Peterhansel close in on Dakar titles
Helder Rodriguez won the penultimate stage of the Dakar Rally on Friday for his first victory in the 38th edition of race. The Portuguese Yamaha
Dakar Rally: Al-Attiyah wins stage 11 in San Juan
Defending cars champion Nasser Al-Attiyah won his second stage in this year’s Dakar Rally on Thursday. The Qatari Mini driver won stage 11 from La
Peterhansel leads Dakar as former pacesetter Sainz pulls out
Stephane Peterhansel is the new leader of the 38th edition of the Dakar Rally. The French 11-times champion steered his Peugeot to stage 10 honours –
Sainz takes control of Dakar Rally after stage nine victory
Carlos Sainz took control of the Dakar Rally on Tuesday after the 2010 champion won a shortened ninth stage around Belen in Argentina. The day’s
Price claims fourth win in Dakar Rally
After a well deserved rest day for the competitors of the Dakar Rally Toby Price got back to business in the 38th edition of the gruelling race. The
Dakar racer ploughs into spectators injuring ten
A car racing in the Dakar Rally careered off the road and smashed into a crowd of spectators injuring ten, five of them seriously.
On your marks, get set, go! Dakar Rally underway
Security fears mean the Dakar Rally is held in South America these days.
Streets turned to rivers in Argentina
As heavy rains cause rivers to swell in north-eastern Argentina, at least 20,000 people have been forced to be evacuated by the worst flooding in 50
Argentina: grandmother of missing child vows to 'continue fighting' after ID error
After almost four decades, she was filled with hope that a missing granddaughter had finally been found. But Maria Isabel de Mariani, the founder of
DNA dashes hope of Argentina activist searching for stolen child
The woman thought to be the lost granddaughter of an activist who searches for babies stolen during Argentina's military dictatorship was someone else, DNA tests show.
Argentine "stolen baby" reunited with grandmother after 39 years
After a search that’s taken almost 40 years, Chicha Mariani has at last been reunited with her granddaughter, Clara. Clara was one of Argentina’s