Former Argentine Army Chief of Staff General César Milani has been acquitted in the case of illicit enrichment filed against him for being unable to justify how he had managed to afford a luxurious residence in a most exclusive area north of Buenos Aires on his military officer's pay.Add your comment!
High-school students in Buenos Aires have taken over 11 of the city's public schools in demand of changes in the curricula and citing “political persecution.”Add your comment!
Foreign tourists have left US$ 850 million in Argentina during the recent winter recess, Buenos Aires authorities reported this week. The local government also said 4,510,000 visitors had entered the country through all border crossings, of whom 2,312,000 were leisure travelers.Add your comment!
Argentine boxing legend Horacio Accavallo, the second world champion in the country's history, died Wednesday in Buenos Aires, it was announced. He was 87.
An Argentine court of appeals Tuesday ruled that the ban from leaving the country on 12 of the 19 crewmembers of the Venezuelan freighter seized at the Ezeiza International Airport must be reviewed at the earliest.
A Brazilian man was arrested on Thursday in Buenos Aires after attempting to shoot Argentine Vice-President Cristina Fernandez in the vicinity of her home, when a vigil was being held in her support, as confirmed to the press by the country's Security Minister, Anibal Fernandez. The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez, declared a national holiday for Friday and said: “This event is extremely serious, it is the most serious that has happened since we have recovered our democracy.”
A group of relatives of the crew members of the Emtrasur Boeing 747-300 freighter seized by Argentine authorities since early June Thursday landed in Buenos Aires to step up the pressure on the Judiciary.
A Buenos Aires judge has issued a ruling legally recognizing the right of a polyamorous partnership to have their baby registered with two fathers and one mother.
Venezuela's flag carrier Conviasa has announced it will halt its Caracas-Buenos Aires route at least until September in light of the refueling problems all its aircraft face for belonging to a company blacklisted by the US Treasury.
Argentine prosecutors handling the case of Thursday's fire at a building in Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood where 5 members of a Jewish family were killed Friday explained that according to preliminary forensic assessments the cause of ignition was a faulty skateboard lithium battery.