Declaration of Community of Latin American and Caribbean States summit in Buenos Aires, which brings together 33 nations, calls for improved credit facilities in the region.
The petition, which has so far garnered 4,500 signatures, describes Messi as a "true reference" for Argentines "due to the values, effort and respect that he has always shown."
Vice President Cristina Kirchner says she will not be a candidate for any political office in 2023 general elections, after a court finds her guilty and bans her from holding public office for life.
Well-known street artist Martin Ron was behind the world's largest mural, inspired by a photograph of the then-Argentina captain that captures his expression shortly before he sang the national anthem at the 1990 World Cup final.
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.
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."
Buoyed by global reaction to Russia's attack on Ukraine, Buenos Aires dispatches senior official to neighbouring countries to bolster support for Argentina's claim over British-run Falkland Islands.
Protests held countrywide as government announces latest inflation figures –– 6.7 percent for the month of March –– more than even the most pessimistic projections.
Toll soars to 17 with 56 people hospitalised after consuming cocaine suspected of containing a poisonous substance in capital Buenos Aires, officials say, fearing casualties could rise further.
Demonstrators hold up banners denouncing the IMF and hitting out at "adjusters" –– those politicians that favour austerity measures to solve the country's economic woes.
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.
Draft law moves to the Senate for voting after passing with 131 votes in favour, 117 against and six abstentions in Congress.
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