President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is due to discuss with his Argentinian counterpart strategic bilateral "gas integration" and a "common South American currency" for financial and trade flows, the Argentine presidency said.
President Alberto Fernandez's government ends old practice on hygiene and health grounds in beef-mad South American country.
Argentina's Fernandez, Mexico's Lopez Obrador, Colombia's Petro and Bolivia's Arce sign joint statement, calling Castillo a "victim of undemocratic harassment" and demanding "popular will" of Peruvians be respected.
All six of the region’s biggest economies may soon be run by leftist presidents with all eyes on Brazil’s upcoming run-off elections that could see the comeback of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a fresh ‘pink tide’.
Buenos Aires called the British monarch's demise a "painful moment" but on the streets, praise for queen's record is clouded by lingering hurt over 1982 war over Falkland Islands that both countries claim as their own.
Cristina Kirchner, 69, has survived an attack outside her Buenos Aires home after a loaded handgun aimed directly at her face at close range apparently failed to go off.
Man with a loaded gun threatens Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner outside her home in capital Buenos Aires, in what officials say was an "assassination bid."
Argentina's prosecutor alleged the influential left-wing Kirchner of defrauding the state and involvement in a scheme to divert public funds while president between 2007 and 2015.
Most aligned with President Alberto Fernandez's party, thousands gather in Buenos Aires in loud protest against surging consumer prices.
Economy Minister Martin Guzman did not say why he resigned in his statement addressing President Alberto Fernandez, but called on the center-left leader to mend internal divisions.
Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez has called for dialogue with the opposition after projections from midterm parliamentary elections showed his governing coalition lost control of the Senate.
Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri appeared before a judge on a probe investigating alleged orders to spy on relatives of 44 sailors who died in the sinking of a navy submarine.
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