BUENOS AIRES Nearly half of Argentina's population was living in poverty in the second quarter, a sharp increase from last year, as the country's longstanding economic crisis deepened due to the coronavirus pandemic, researchers estimated on Wednesday.
BUENOS AIRES Nearly half of Argentina's population was dragged into poverty in the second quarter of this year by the brutal effects of the the coronavirus pandemic on the country's longstanding economic crisis, researchers estimated on Wednesday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina, which has enforced one of the world's toughest travel bans against the coronavirus, plans to help charter a private flight to bring in rabbis from Israel to certify meat at the country's packing plants for kosher markets around the world. | Video
BUENOS AIRES Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino in Buenos Aires have yet to meet their baby Manu, who was born via a surrogate mother in Kiev 8,000 miles (12,875 km) away as lockdowns around the world and shuttered borders prevented the new parents from traveling.
BUENOS AIRES On the tree-lined streets outside Buenos Aires steakhouse Don Julio in the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, diners are used to joining snaking lines to get a coveted table at the restaurant as evening falls.
BUENOS AIRES Bolivian former President Evo Morales, who resigned last year under pressure from the military, says he is confident his political party will win re-run elections scheduled for May, but fears they will be fraudulent or followed by a coup.
GENERAL RODRIGUEZ, Argentina In the "Animal Paradise" sanctuary, 75 kilometers (50 miles) outside Argentine capital Buenos Aires, it is clear who's king: the ducks, llamas, pigs, horses and local capybara who wander the pastures and farm yards at leisure.
BUENOS AIRES Silvia Gauna is struggling to make the rent on the one-room Buenos Aires apartment she shares with her teenage daughter. High inflation has driven up rents, with salaries and employment hit by recession. Gauna herself lost her long-term job in August.
FALKLAND ISLANDS Dalal and Carlos Massad knelt in front of their son Marcelo's grave in the Falkland Islands, kissing the tomb beneath a white cross for the first time since his death in combat some 36 years ago.
BUENOS AIRES Walter Morales has two tickets for him and his girlfriend to follow Argentina in the World Cup but the thrill of watching Lionel Messi and co. has come with a growing concern: Russian.