The ex-police officer from Argentina, who has lived for more than three decades in France, was extradited for crimes during the military dictatorship.
Uruguay's two main candidates were virtually tied after Sunday's general election
Participants held gay pride flags and danced as they made their way through downtown Buenos Aires.
Argentina's Peronists have swept back into power, electing Alberto Fernandez president in an election result that shifts the country firmly to the left amid an economic crisis.
Argentinians are voting for a new president with the economy uppermost in voter's minds
Angry demonstrators set fire to a local government building in the southern Argentine city of Rawson on Wednesday (September 18), following the deaths of two teachers who had been protesting for salary increases.
Rescue workers and volunteers have saved six of seven orcas that became stranded on a beach. A local spotted the whales and firefighters and marine biologists were sent to the scene.
He ignited the stadium where more than 30,000 fans gathered to welcome their idol.
Alberto Fernandez received over 47% of the vote in Argentina's primary elections.
Messi faces 3 month international suspension
César Pelli, known as the architect who designed some of the world's best-known buildings, has died aged 92.
On Tuesday afternoon, parts of South America will be covered in darkness, and people will witness the first total solar eclipse since 2017.
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, world best chef Mauro Colagreco shares the philosophy underlying his seasonal cuisine, inspired by Mediterranean cultures and his native Argentina.
Argentina make Copa America quarter-finals after lacklustre win over Qatar
England went through to the knockout stages on Friday night with a 1-0 win over Argentina.
It was an uninspiring contest but one for the history books
Almost seven decades after she died, Eva Peron is still adored by many Argentines for helping women get the vote.
White headscarves representing the women of the Plaza de Mayo movement, the mothers of those who were disappeared, were on display, with some of the mothers in attendance.
Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to demand that abortion be made illegal in Argentina.
Nearly 37 years ago, between April 2 - June 14, 1982, the Falklands War saw 649 Argentines and 255 British soldiers killed but now two blood-stained and battered helmets will bring a bit of peace.
Maurici Macri's heated speech at the Union address in Congress called on support to slash the fiscal deficit while thousands demonstrated in the streets of Buenos Aires against living in poverty.
The girl had said she wanted to get rid of the baby, fathered by the 65-year-old boyfriend of her partner, but the legal process took so long that doctors deemed it too late to perform the procedure.
Air crash investigators have released new photos showing the wreckage of the aircraft that was carrying footballer Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson.
The wake for Emiliano Sala, the Argentine footballer who died in a plane crash over the English Channel, took place on Saturday afternoon in his home town of Progreso.
Cardiff were playing their first match since the Argentine's body was recovered from the English Channel.
Dancing dragons and lions helped ring in a colourful and fun-filled Lunar New Year in Buenos Aires on Saturday.