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Commuters help save woman who fell onto train tracks in Argentina
Commuters on a crowded subway platform in Buenos Aires came to the rescue of a woman who fell directly onto the tracks of an oncoming subway train on Tuesday (October 15).
Racing waiters balance speed and service in Argentina
A group of Argentine waiters came to Buenos Aires on Saturday (September 28) to test one to its extreme - speed
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.
Dancing dragons and lions ring in Lunar New Year in Argentina
Dancing dragons and lions helped ring in a colourful and fun-filled Lunar New Year in Buenos Aires on Saturday.
Argentine waiters race to the finish line during annual competition
Hundreds of waiters in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires took part in the annual waiters' race on Saturday, walking as fast as possible without spilling bottles and drink glasses from their trays.
Opera star Juan Diego Flórez returns to his roots in Latin America
The celebrated Peruvian tenor has picked up his guitar again to sing classic songs from his childhood.
Watch: Argentina dominate in World Tango Tournament
The top four places in the salon category were claimed by Argentinian couples, with a Russian pair placing fifth.
Abortion fight not over in Argentina
After the Argentine Senate rejected a bill that would have liberalised abortion, President Macri says the issue still has to be solved
Violence breaks out over Argentine abortion decision
There were celebrations, sadness, anger and violence after the Argentine Senate voted against a bill that would have liberalised the country's abortion law
Argentina announces $50bn standby deal with IMF
Agreement is a turning point in a country where many blame the IMF for the 2001 economic crisis
Scuffles at Buenos Aires anti-WTO rally
Protesters marched against a World Trade Organization meeting being held in the Argentinian capital.
Argentina celebrates tango
Annual mass tango performance takes place in the Argentine capital.
Satellite signals in search for missing Argentine submarine
The ARA San Juan submarine with 44 crew members on board vanished on Wednesday
Violence at protest for missing Argentinian activist
There have been angry scenes in Argentina as tens of thousands of protesters gathered to call for a missing indigenous rights activist to be found.
Gutierrez & Ballejo take Salon Tango World Cup in Buenos Aires
A Argentine dance partnership beat off all competition to win the 2017 Salon Tango prize in Buenos Aires.
Produce given away in Buenos Aires protest
Farmers in Buenos Aires are giving away their produce to people in protest over conditions for small-scale producers.
Shall we dance? - World Tango Championship draws to a close
Argentinian dancers Cristian Palomo and Melisa Sacchi have been crowned the Salon Tango world champions in front of a home crowd.
Opera goes underground in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires’ subway commuters broke their daily routine in mid-August when an opera company took to Las Heras station’s main hall to perform an 18th century…
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…
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's World Tango Championships bigger than ever
The World Tango Festival and Championship is held annually in the Argentine capital from the 14th -27th August. Couples swirl and sweep across the
River Plate win third Copa Libertadores title
River Plate capped off a remarkable comeback to the top of South American football after winning their third Copa Libertadores title in the club’s
Argentine court to rule on 'depressed' orangutan
In a world first, a court in Argentina is to rule on whether an orangutan named Sandra is entitled to certain human rights including the right to be
River Plate players sprayed with eye irritant by Boca fans in Buenos Aires
Four River Plate players have been treated in hospital after they were sprayed with an eye irritant by fans of city rivals Boca Juniors in Buenos
Argentina opens all files on 1994 Jewish community centre bombing
The Argentinian government has declassified all documents relating to the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires. The demand for
Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman 'was murdered', says ex-wife
Judge Sandra Arroyo Salgado says independent forensic tests prove that her former husband - who had accused the president of a cover-up - did not commit suicide but was killed.