Tens of thousands of people marched on the Argentine capital Buenos Aires Friday to protest the economic policies of the conservative government and demand higher wages in line with runaway inflation, according to local media reports.
What is six meters long, carnivorous, and roamed the South American region of Patagonia 90 million years ago, unknown before now? Researchers in Argentina on Wednesday announced the answer: a new dinosaur.
The border between economically crippled Venezuela and Colombia was opened Sunday for the first time in 11 months, and more than 35,000 Venezuelans crossed into the neighbouring country to buy groceries and medicine.
Joseph Blatter believes he remains technically president of FIFA despite having been suspended from all activities related to football and replaced by the international football organization's ethics committee in December.
A UN report saying that the Falkland Islands lie within Argentina's maritime territory reopened old wounds in Britain and the South American nation as British Premier David Cameron dismissed the findings on Tuesday.
Visiting US President Barack Obama said Wednesday that he hoped to rebuild the trust with Argentina that was lost during a military dictatorship 40 years ago, and that human rights and foreign investment would anchor future ties.
"Argentina underscores its desire for a peaceful solution to the conflict and invites Great Britain to resume talks," the Foreign Ministry in Buenos Aires said to mark 183 years of British control of the islands.