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Falkland Islands to be completely cleared of mines 38 years after war
The mine clearance was carried out by a team from Zimbabwe, under British supervision, enabling the UK to meet its obligations under the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention.
Argentina elects new Peronist president amid economic crisis
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.
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Alberto Fernandez received over 47% of the vote in Argentina's primary elections.
Watch: 'Evitas' take to streets to mark 100th birthday of heroine
Almost seven decades after she died, Eva Peron is still adored by many Argentines for helping women get the vote.
Argentina's president defends austerity policies
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.
Thousands protest in Argentina after senate rejects bill to legalise abortion
Thousands of protesters took to the Argentinian streets ahead of the historic vote on abortion laws, which currently bans the procedure in the country, expect in cases of rape or risk to the woman’s life.
Argentinians unhappy with country's new IMF deal
The International Monetary Fund is meeting in Washington approve a €42 billion after President Mauricio Macri reached out to ease the country's financial woes.
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Mauricio Macri: Argentina is on a quest for growth
Argentinian President Mauricio Macri is vowing to bring his country back onto the world stage.
ARA San Juan: Argentina sacks navy chief over submarine tragedy
Argentina has sacked the head of its navy, a month after one of its submarines went missing in the South Atlantic with 44 crew members on
Former Argentina president charged with treason
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has denied any wrongdoing and called the allegations politically motivated.
Violent clashes in Buenos Aires
Several people were arrested although there has been no official confirmation of the numbers detained.
Violence in Buenos Aires as police and strikers clash
Police and protesters clash in Buenos Aires
Ex-Argentine president fends off corruption charges in court
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has fended off corruption allegations in court claiming she was the victim of “judicial persecution” and a media “witch…
Argentina's ex-president Cristina Fernandez charged in corruption case
Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been indicted for corruption.
Argentine finance minister is fired as recession bites
Can a cabinet reshuffle bring relief to recession-hit Argentina?
The right to breastfeed
Hundreds of Argentine women came out in greater Buenos Aires Saturday (July 23) to rally in defence of their right to breastfeed in public whenever and wherever they…
Operation Condor: historic human rights trial verdict expected
The final verdict in an historic human rights trial is expected in Argentina later on Friday.
Argentina ex-President Fernandez de Kirchner indicted on state fraud allegations
Indicted alongside her economy minister and former central bank chief they stand accused of selling the bank's dollars at below market rates to shore up the Argentinian peso.
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
Jubilation and anger as Mauricio Macri becomes Argentina's new president
Argentina’s new president Mauricio Macri has taken up the reigns, heading up a country which is deeply divided. His swearing-in has brought both his