In Argentina, annual inflation tops 100%, a 30-year high, with the cost of meat and fruit skyrocketing.

Argentines wage ‘mental war’ against inflation as prices double in a year

As annual inflation tops 100%, a 30-year high, with the cost of meat and fruit skyrocketing, many Argentines are keeping their savings in dollars to resist devaluation of the peso.

Cows walk across charred areas of the Iberá wetlands devastated by fires in northern Argentina

Rebuilding efforts underway after devastating fires rage through Argentina’s northern wetlands

Lucía, age 3, records herself on a tape recorder with the help of her mother, Ida.

From Argentina to US to Spain: A personal history told through childhood audio diaries

Los Gatos live in concert, 1968. 

How the Beatles inspired a rock revolution in Argentina

Argentine soccer superstar Diego Armando Maradona cheers after the Napoli team clinched its first Italian major league title in Naples, Italy, on May 10, 1987.

Remembering Diego Maradona, a leftie on the field — and in politics

Argentina's presidential candidate Alberto Fernández and his running mate former President Cristina Kirchner embrace each other during a closing campaign rally in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Oct. 24, 2019.

Economic crisis unites Argentina’s fractured Peronist movement

Troubles with national debt has sent the country into the arms of the populist group many times before.

Multiple bikes are crushed along a bike path in lower Manhattan in New York.

Argentina, spared terror attacks in recent years, mourns five victims in New York attack


They were part of a group of friends celebrating the 30th anniversary of graduating high school in Rosario, Argentina.

An illustration of a controversial new postage stamp in Ireland, with Irish artist, Jim Fitzpatrick, who created the famous two-tone image of Che Guevara used on the stamp

Ireland celebrates Che Guevara’s Irish roots with a stamp, despite opposition


A new postage stamp in the Republic of Ireland is causing a stink because it honors Latin American revolutionary Che Guevara, who was of partial Irish descent. But people in Ireland — and Miami — are denouncing Che — and the stamp — because of his history of violence.

Obama does the tango with a dancer in Buenos Aires

The presidential tango: Was this really the right time for Obama to visit Argentina?

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Thursday marks 40 years since the military coup in Argentina that began the “dirty war” dictatorship. A Nobel Peace Prize winner says President Obama should have skipped this trip.

Did the Nazis prepare this Argentine hideout during the 1940s as a place to flee?

A remote, forgotten Nazi hideout? Archaeologists shine light on Argentine history.


Sorry, folks: Despite some breathless headlines, no one has found actual Nazis hiding out in a remote stone building in northeastern Argentina. But a team of Argentine archaeologists says it may have uncovered a secret Nazi hideout dating back to World War II.  "Apparently, halfway through the Second World War, the Nazis had a secret project of building shelters for […]