Argentina rejected on Saturday the presence of a stand of the “illegitimate government” of the Falkland Islands, for which it maintains a sovereignty dispute with the United Kingdom, at the agro-industrial fair Expo Prado, held in Montevideo, according to a statement released by the Argentine Foreign Ministry.
Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri's security team filed this week a complaint before the Judiciary after a Twitter user posted threatening messages from the @Luisanfer2442 account that has been suspended.
PRO Chairwoman Patricia Bullrich has made it clear she will run for president of Argentina next year even if her former boss Mauricio Macri himself decides to enter the race.
Maintenance workers at Córdoba's Neonatal Maternal Hospital found the remains of a fetus in a septic chamber, it was reported Wednesday. It is the same healthcare facility where at least 5 newborns died in mysterious circumstances earlier this year and for which a nurse has been arrested last month.
Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo has landed in Buenos Aires to carry on with his recuperation after a stroke almost a month ago in Asunción, for which he underwent surgery.
Argentina and the United Kingdom are to chair for the second time in a row an Equal Rights Coalition meeting where the global backlash against LGBTI+ rights and freedoms, particularly the global anti-gender movements matter, are to be discussed.
The Tierra del Fuego Tourism Institute is expecting a significant cruise season this summer 2022/23, with the first vessel arriving September 29, the Ventus Australis. Officials are anticipating 500 cruise calls, which means Ushuaia will be hosting some 170,000 passengers, three times the number of the previous season, 2021/22.
An inquiry by Argentina's Airport Security Police has reportedly determined that the assassination attempt against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK), is leaning toward believing the incident had been long planned.
Argentine investigators suspect the Brazilian suspect who perpetrated the assassination attempt against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner last Thursday did not act alone. His girlfriend has also been arrested.
Argentina's Presidential Spokeswoman Gabriela Cerruti Tuesday denied the administration of President Alberto Fernández was planning to send a bill to Congress to legislate against hate speech and insisted there were already enough instruments to deal with the problem.