BUENOS AIRES Silvia Puntano, a mother of seven from the poor Buenos Aires suburb of Villa Azul, these days has only one thing on her mind: where to find her next meal.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina is on the cusp of a historic deal to restructure $65 billion in debt, burying the ghost of past acrimonious battles with creditors as the country seeks to emerge from default.
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 4 Argentina is on the cusp of
a historic deal to restructure $65 billion in debt, burying the
ghost of past acrimonious battles with creditors as the country
seeks to emerge from default.
BUENOS AIRES/SANTIAGO As South America's winter sets in, health officials and doctors are beefing up inoculation programs to head off a potential spike in seasonal flu that could overwhelm hospitals already straining under the coronavirus pandemic.
BUENOS AIRES In Villa 31, a densely populated and poor neighborhood in the heart of Buenos Aires, Lilian Andrade is getting used to tragedy after the area and others like it around the Argentine capital were hit by a spike of coronavirus infections.
MONTEVIDEO Leonardo Silveira, a bookstore owner in Montevideo, is hopeful about the future as Uruguay begins a gradual reopening. The small country has kept rates of COVID-19 at one of the lowest levels in Latin America, even as the region becomes a coronavirus epicenter.
BUENOS AIRES/BRASILIA Indigenous peoples across Latin America are cutting off their communities from the outside world, worried that the coronavirus could pose a grave threat to their culture by putting at risk tribal elders, the keepers of their heritage.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's fledgling lithium sector has been torpedoed by the global spread of coronavirus, with operations stalled by a nationwide crackdown and some projects being abandoned as the pandemic has sharpened economic concerns in the country.
BUENOS AIRES A city government in the central Argentine province of Cordoba has dug around 250 graves, anticipating a death toll increase from the coronavirus pandemic, even as a nationwide lockdown appears to be flattening the rise in new cases.
AÑELO, Argentina Just weeks into his young administration, Argentina's new president convened a meeting with executives from Chevron Corp, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and other oil companies in a bid to smooth things over with an industry which he had slammed as a candidate months before. | Video