Argentina lost to the Falkland Islands at the International Table Tennis Federation, ITTF, where overwhelming support had the Islands registered as an independent member. This despite the strong allegations from the Argentine Table Tennis Federation president Fernando Joffre, at the ITTF annual assembly.
South America's Football Confederation (Conmebol) Thursday announced a star had been named after Argentine soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona on the first anniversary of the former player's death.
Argentine businessman and art collector Eduardo Constantini paid 35 million dollars for an iconic painting of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo at Sotheby's in United States. The record-breaking sum for a Kahlo masterpiece is a self-portrait, “Diego and me”, was painted in 1949 and was dedicated “to Florence and Sam with love from Frida”.
British aviation businessman David Henderson, who organized the private flight from Nantes to Cardiff resulting in the death of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after being found guilty of “endangering the safety of the aircraft.”
The Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands is releasing a stamp set to celebrate its involvement in the UK Blue Belt Program.
Did you know that not all Remembrance poppies look the same? Although the poppy is a universal symbol of Remembrance, the way each country makes them is very different.
All seven health care professionals who were treating Argentine football legend Diego Armando Maradona when he underwent surgery and eventually died have been charged with malpractice and other crimes by a San Isidro (Greater Buenos Aires) court Monday.
Chinese authorities have decided to shut down Disneyland and Disneytown temporarily In Shanghai between Monday and Tuesday out of COVID-19 concerns, it was announced.
Argentine authorities have lifted all capacity restrictions on outdoor events as of Nov. 16, Health Minister Carla Vizzotti announced Friday. It is also the day Argentina's national football team is to clash with Brazil in a World Cup qualifier.
Argentina authorities have declared the house in the low-income Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Fiorito where football legend Diego Armando Maradona spent his childhood a National Historic Site, it was announced learned Tuesday.