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Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been indicted for corruption.
Can a cabinet reshuffle bring relief to recession-hit Argentina?
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…
The final verdict in an historic human rights trial is expected in Argentina later on Friday.
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.
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
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
Argentina gets a new president Mauricio Macri is centre-right Predecessor Cristina Fernandez boycotts handover ceremony Macri vows to work for
Outgoing Argentine president Christina Fernandez de Kirchner urged her supporters not to let her legacy be destroyed as she bid farewell during a
Argentina’s Mauricio Macri is promising a radical economic change from leftist government and “the beginning of a new era”. He vows to draw a line
Celebrations in Argentina, but president-elect Mauricio Macri wasted no time getting down to serious business. Fixing the ailing economy will be the
It was a celebration full of typical Latin American enthusiasm. Conservative opposition candidate Mauricio Macri has been confirmed as the winner of
More than 30 million voters are heading for the ballot box in Argentina. Centre-left candidate Daniel Scioli is going up against the centre-right’s
It is decision time in Argentina, with more than 30 million voters expected to head to the ballot box in the country’s first ever presidential
The pro-business opposition candidate Mauricio Macri has caused a major upset by forcing Argentina’s presidential election into a second round
Argentinians went to the polls on Sunday in the country’s presidential primary election. The vote is to decide which candidates will represent the
Argentine artists have been working on a 300-metre long mural in Buenos Aires to protest against Shell’s plans to search for oil in the Arctic.
The president of Argentina Cristina Fernandez is to be questioned over accusations that she tried to cover up Iran’s alleged involvement in a 1994
Investigators into the mysterious death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman days after he made serious allegations against the president have called for a former top spy to testify in the case on T
Argentina’s president Cristina Fernandez says the death of a prosecutor – investigating a Jewish community centre bombing – was not suicide. Alberto