Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri has been summoned to appear on Oct. 7 before the Courts in a case of alleged espionage against relatives of the Navy's ARA San Juan submarine crew.
The appointment of former Mendoza Deputy Guillermo Carmona at the helm of the Malvinas Secretariat has been interpreted by the Argentine armed forces as a sign that the Government intends to toughen up on the sovereignty dispute with the United Kingdom, it was reported.
Argentine Health Minister Carla Vizzotti Friday announced the Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine had been approved for use on children aged 3 to 11.
National Deputy José Luis Martiarena from the province of Jujuy's Frente de Todos party of President Alberto Fernández Thursday submitted a bill whereby bank deposits would be nationalized “to reform the financial system.”
Argentina's Interior Minister Wado De Pedro, Friday announced that effective November 1 airlines interested in operating in the country will be able to do so with no coronavirus restrictions in place.
Argentina's INIDEP, National Institute of Fisheries Research and Development has started an assessment cruise of Patagonian juvenile toothfish, (Dissostichus eleginoides) on board the commercial vessel “Centurion del Atlántico”, belonging to Estemar S.A.
The official Patagonia Tourism Office has come up with an ambitious project to create a submarine park by sinking with full honors decommissioned Argentina Navy vessels and veterans of the South Atlantic conflict.
The Governor of the Argentine Province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, Wednesday met with beef producers after the measures announced by the Federal Government regarding the lifting of caps on exports, starting with the resumption of shipments to China.
By Matthew Smith for Oilprice.com – For a decade, successive Argentine governments in Buenos Aires have enacted a range of policies aimed at reducing energy imports and exploiting the Latin American country’s vast hydrocarbon potential.
Argentine authorities Wednesday have allowed for the access of people to Buenos Aires' main air terminal to accompany departing passengers, but those welcoming arriving travelers still need to wait outside, it was announced.