Pence praises Argentina as model for Latin America
Vice President Mike Pence praised Argentine President Mauricio Macri's "bold reform agenda" Tuesday, hailing the country as a model for the region, in contrast to the downward spiral of Venezuela.
Argentina : Macri alliance bolstered by election
The surprising victory of Argentine President Mauricio Macri's political coalition in key provinces in the primary election strengthens its position before October's mid-term legislative vote
Clerical abuse scandal hits Argentine president's school
A former student's decision to break his silence had led to a revelation of sexual abuse at a prestigious Argentine school
Elephant kills Argentine hunter in Namibia
Namibian media say an elephant trampled and killed an Argentine who was in a group of hunters tracking a herd of elephants
Father of Holland's Argentine queen dies in Buenos Aires
The Royal House of the Netherlands says the father of Holland's Argentine-born Queen Maxima has died in Buenos Aires at age 89
Argentina rights groups demand info on missing activist
Argentine human rights groups are demanding information about the whereabouts of a missing activist who was last seen when border police evicted a group of Mapuche Indians from lands in Patagonia owned by Italian clothing company Benetton
Trove of Nazi artifacts found in Argentine home
The items, including a bust of Adolf Hitler, were found in a hidden room in a house near Buenos Aires.
Argentine golfing legend Roberto De Vicenzo dies at age 94
Roberto De Vicenzo, who infamously signed an incorrect scorecard at the 1968 Masters, denying him a spot in a playoff, died Thursday in his native Argentina, the PGA Tour confirmed. De Vicenzo, 94, was the second-oldest living major champion and the winner of more than 230 professional tournaments,
International Women's Day in Buenos Aires
Demonstrations in the Argentinian capital were organized by the group Ni Una Menos, which means "not one less."