Dictatorship in Argentina

Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo find child who went missing during Argentina’s dictatorship in Spain

The 42-year-old woman, who is the 129th person the organization has helped locate, is yet to meet her real father and older brother

Americas

Why Argentina’s request for an IMF loan is bringing back bad memories

The decision by President Macri to ask for assistance from the fund has awakened fears of the country’s worst economic crises

Television

Buenos Aires: Disney’s ‘kids TV’ factory

The Argentinian capital is churning out vast numbers of Children’s TV productions watched worldwide with shows like ‘I’m Luna’ to be translated into 15 languages and shown in 150 countries

ARGENTINA-UK RELATIONS

Thirty-five years later, a drive to identify soldiers who died in Falklands War

Red Cross will soon start exhuming bodies that lie under graves marked as “known by God alone”

SCANDAL IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Deaf children raped and abused in Argentina’s “little house of God”

Nun latest to be arrested in pedophile scandal involving Catholic clergy at school in Mendoza

ROBBERY

A heist made for Hollywood: armed gang robs millions in daring Paraguay attack

Military-style operation brought chaos to Ciudad del Este as gunfire and blasts broke out across city

LATIN AMERICA

How shanty town ambulances are saving lives in Argentina

Activists in Buenos Aires have set up emergency services that work in the capital’s slums

gender violence

Point-blank shooting: Outrage in Argentina over murder of two teenage girls

Police arrest ex-boyfriend of one of victims as country fights to stop violence against women

Gender violence in Argentina

Archbishop blames murder of women on “disappearance of marriage”

Amid outcry over Argentina’s femicide rate, cleric says matrimony is now a “provisional bond”

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina omits Falkland Islands from map; online uproar swiftly follows

Social Development Ministry apologizes for “mistake” that slipped into its New Year greeting

LATIN AMERICA

Cristina Kirchner faces investigation over alleged cover-up of bombing

Court reopens case brought by Alberto Nisman, whose death two years ago has still not been explained

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina’s Kirchner claims latest indictment is a political witch-hunt

Former president slams judge in charge of corruption investigation in messages posted on Twitter

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina to get rid of helipad that helped past presidents flee

Casa Rosada rooftop will now house organic garden supplying vegetables to the in-house cafeteria

ARGENTINA

Al Pacino’s Buenos Aires one-man show leaves one woman cold

Oscar-nominated Argentinean actress Norma Aleandro “embarrassed” by star’s A-list event

ARGENTINA

Another week, and another three women are slain in Argentina

Martial arts teacher stabs ex-wife, her aunt and grandmother, adding to 200-a-year female murder rate

LATIN AMERICA

Inflation-hit Argentineans line up for eight hours to shop in Chile

Prices for goods including clothing and electronics are three times lower across the border

THE FALKLAND ISLANDS

Theresa May seeks new approach to Falklands Islands dispute

Downing Street looks to leave past behind and begin a new era in relations that would lead to lifting of restrictions to carry out oil exploration in South Atlantic

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina: 200 tumultuous years

The nation celebrates the 200th anniversary of its independence from Spain, and ponders how it once competed with the US before deteriorating under dictatorships and crises