Argentine president Alberto Fernandez after taking the oath of office on Tuesday midday made his first speech to Congress in which he included a strong reference and claim to the Falklands and South Atlantic Islands.
Former Air Force General Omar Domingo Rubens Graffigna died under house arrest on Monday, it was announced.
Argentina's new president Alberto Fernández highlighted Tuesday in his opening speech that his country needs to get back on its feet before anything else after four years of inadequate management by his predecessor Mauricio Macri, as he launched a series of proposals to bounce back from recession and social fracture.
No progress has been reported by Wednesday afternoon in the search for the missing Chilean Air Force (FACh) Lockheed C-130 Hercules transport aircraft with which all radio contact was lost at 6.13 p.m. Monday.
Charges for crimes against humanity against former Bolivian President Evo Morales have been filed by November 30 last before The International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague, a Paris-based law firm confirmed on Tuesday.
Argentine president Alberto Fernández announced support for Mercosur and anticipated a joint ambitious all embracing agenda with Brazil, based on shared fraternal history and which he underlined is far beyond any personal difference of current rulers.