Ignacio Conese is a freelance photographer based in Cordoba, Argentina.
Decades of underfunding has decimated the scientific community of Argentina, sending top-level scientists to neighbouring Chile and beyond to continue their vital research.
In a country that produces enough food to feed 10 times its population, around eight percent of Argentinians can hardly afford one meal per day.
How the indigenous communities in northern Argentina resist the aggressive push of mining companies and hold on to their old culture.
TRT World visited one of Argentina’s most contaminated cities, Palpala, where 70 years of poor or a non-existent environmental policy and rampant corruption have had a deadly impact on the local population.
About 95 percent of crops are chemically-induced in Argentina, making it one of the world's leading cereal, corn, and soybean producers. But locals say underneath this growth is a story of death and disease.
Though the country hosted the first ever G20 summit, people came out on the streets about 700 kilometres away in the city of Cordoba to protest against the high profile assembly.
In pictures: More and more gated communities are sprouting in Argentina's suburbs, giving a major boost to private security firms.
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