Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez has called for dialogue with the opposition after projections from midterm parliamentary elections showed his governing coalition lost control of the Senate.
Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri appeared before a judge on a probe investigating alleged orders to spy on relatives of 44 sailors who died in the sinking of a navy submarine.
The bill was already approved by Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies and has the support of President Alberto Fernandez, meaning the Senate vote was its final hurdle.
Former leader Evo Morales makes dramatic homecoming from Argentina as his socialist MAS party sweeps back into power a year after he resigned amid violent protests and fled Bolivia.
World Health Organization figures show the increase in new Covid-19 infections is now about 70,000 per day, up from about 50,000 just a few days ago. Here are the latest updates for March 30:
Ever since Juan Doming Peron first came to power in 1943, his style of politics has been interwoven into Argentina’s social fabric, as a Peronist party comes to power again, what does this mean for the country?
Former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner returns to office as vice president with former minister Alberto Fernandez set to take the top position.
With 93 percent of the ballots counted from nearly 34 million eligible voters, Fernandez received 47.9 percent of votes. The Peronist leader will serve as president until 2023.
The peso got slammed for a third day on Wednesday, despite President Mauricio Macri's measures to soften the impact of austerity on voters.
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