Thirty years after hundreds died in a fight over the disputed Falkland Islands, the Argentine president on Thursday urged Britain to once again try to resolve the conflict -- this time, at the negotiating table.
The Falkland Islands government announced Tuesday that the British territory will hold a referendum on its political status.
Lawmakers in Argentina have approved a gender identity law that allows individuals to be recognized in official documents by the gender they choose.
Twitter has been adopted by politicians and supporters alike, but recent controversies in Argentina and Mexico question whether some groups have crossed a line.
CNN's Dan Rivers looks at the history of the Falklands War on the 30th anniversary of the conflict.
Britain and international Olympic officials are taking issue with an advertisement claiming Argentina has sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
The Argentine government's decision to reclaim what was once its state-owned oil company through expropriation is straining diplomatic relations with Spain, where the news was met with objections.
Argentina is to renationalise YPF, its biggest oil company, ousting the Spanish group Repsol as majority shareholder and prompting a furious row with Madrid.
The war itself lasted for less than three months. But 30 years on, wounds from the Falklands war are fresh, and Britain and Argentina are still at odds over the chilly, windswept island chain in the South Atlantic.
Six Nobel Peace Prize laureates have urged Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron to hold talks with Argentina on the future of the Falkland Islands.
Argentina's Supreme Court has upheld a ruling that will decriminalize abortions in cases of rape.
Where are the Falkland Islands, why are countries fighting over them and why is Prince William there? Let us explain.
You don't expect while lecturing about politics on a ship to become a political pawn in a two hundred year-old territorial dispute, but that is what has happened to me and several thousand other passengers who cruised into the middle of the renewed spat between Britain and Argentina over who should control the Falkland Islands.
Dozens are killed and more than 600 injured in a train crash in Buenos Aires. CNN's Luis Carlos Velez reports.
Argentina's president declared a two-day mourning period after a commuter train plowed into a barrier at a Buenos Aires station, killing 50 people and injuring hundreds more.
CNN's Dan Rivers reports on simmering tensions over the Falkland Islands as Britain's Prince William deploys there.
Falklands war veteran Simon Weston says the Falkland Islands are under constant harassment from Argentina.
Prince William has arrived in the Falkland Islands for a routine deployment as part of a four-man search and rescue crew, Britain's Ministry of Defence said Thursday.
Argentina's foreign ministry slammed British officials Tuesday over Prince William's upcoming deployment in the Falkland Islands.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who underwent surgery this week to remove her thyroid, did not actually have cancer, her spokesman said Saturday.
Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's cancer surgery Wednesday was successful, her spokesman said.
Argentina's president is scheduled to temporarily hand over power Wednesday as she undergoes thyroid cancer surgery.
Un experto explica como será operada la presidenta de Argentina de cáncer de tiroides.
Authorities were investigating Sunday after a gunshot wound to the face killed the governor of Argentina's Rio Negro province, state media reported.
CNN's Brian Byrnes reports on Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner being sworn in for a second term.
Argentina's president will undergo surgery next week after doctors diagnosed her with thyroid cancer, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Eight former executives and agents of Siemens AG and its subsidiaries have been indicted in a bribery scheme alleging that they paid or promised Argentine officials $100 million to land a contract worth 10 times as much, the U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was sworn in for a second four-year term Saturday, extolling her country's economic stability during a time of global crisis.
Barack Obama, Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel descended on the G-20 summit last week intent on stabilizing Greece and resolving the European debt crisis. But Athens may instead end up seeking guidance from an unlikely source: Argentina.
Brian Byrnes was in Argentina as former military officers were sentenced for human rights abuses from the dirty war.
Marianela Galli waited 34 years for the men who killed her family to be punished. On Wednesday night, inside a packed courtroom in downtown Buenos Aires, she learned their fates.
Argentina's economic growth comes with a consequence - inflation. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
Dressed in black, evoking her trademark style, Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner addressed cheering crowds after preliminary vote counts on Sunday showed her heading toward re-election.
A decade later, Argentina is enjoying a remarkable comeback from its 2001 financial crisis. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
In December 2001, Argentina defaulted on $100 billion in debt -- the largest default in history. The move ushered in an era of utter chaos: five presidents in two weeks, cash and food shortages, deadly riots and dire poverty.
Argentina this week moved forward in a pair of cases alleging human rights abuses during the country's dictatorship by having a fugitive returned to the country and refusing the extradition of a separate suspect.
Argentina is a huge, diverse country. Large cities and breathtaking vistas are just some of your travel options there. Every journey has to start somewhere, and many people choose to begin in the capital city, Buenos Aires.
The body of a girl whose disappearance triggered a public outcry in Argentina was found naked inside a garbage bag in Buenos Aires Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner handily won Argentina's presidential primary, garnering more than half the country's votes.
Early returns in Argentina's presidential primary Sunday showed President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is likely to win, moving her closer to re-election.
Iran has offered to "collaborate" with Argentina's investigation into the worst terrorist attack in the South American nation's history, the bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people in 1994.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was given a prestigious journalism award in Argentina on Tuesday, despite his frequent and outspoken criticism of media outlets at home and abroad.
Argentina's president has said she will deploy 6,000 border guards to police the streets of the country's capital amid a wave of protests.
Prosecutors in Buenos Aires, Argentina, are investigating clashes between authorities and homeless squatters in a vacant park that left three people dead and 14 others injured last week, state media reported.
State Department analysts raised questions about the psychological state and health of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, according to a December 2009 cable recently published by WikiLeaks.
In a nationally televised address Monday, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner expressed her sorrow for the loss of her husband, former President Nestor Kirchner, and gave thanks for the outpouring of support that followed.
The legacy of Nestor Kirchner, the powerful former leader of Argentina who died Wednesday, will likely be his independent streak, which led to his country bucking local and international trends, those who studied him and knew him say.
Nestor Kirchner, the former Argentinian president who arguably remained the most potent political force in the country, died unexpectedly Wednesday of an apparent heart attack.
Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner was recovering Sunday after surgery on his heart, the country's state-run news service reported.
On the heels of a successful intervention between Colombia and Venezuela, Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman said Wednesday that his country looks to become more of a regional "bridge builder" in Latin America.
Argentina became the first Latin American country on Thursday to legalize same-sex marriage.
Lawmakers in Argentina consider whether to legalize same-sex marriage. CNN's Rosemary Church reports.
Thousands of Argentine protesters opposed to a same-sex marriage bill to be debated in the Senate demonstrated in front of Argentina's Congress Tuesday.
A former Argentinian dictator and an ex-army chief are scheduled to go on trial this week on charges of human rights abuses during the nation's right-wing rule from 1976-83, the government's Judicial Information Center said.
Argentina's ambassador to the United States, Hector Timerman, will become the new foreign minister, replacing Jorge Taiana, who resigned Friday, the government said.
The value of shares in a British company drilling for oil off the Falkand islands halved Monday, after it revealed the existing supply may not be commercially viable.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said it is important for Argentina and Britain to hold talks about the disputed Falkland Islands, but she did not commit to mediating them.
A number of Latin American countries have rushed to offer their support to Argentina in its long-running territorial dispute with Britain over the Falkland Islands.
Argentine legislators rallied Wednesday behind President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who signed a decree a day earlier requiring all ships navigating from the South American nation to the disputed Falkland Islands to obtain a government permit.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner signed a decree Tuesday requiring all ships navigating from Argentina to the disputed Falkland Islands to carry a government permit.
The former president of Argentina underwent major surgery Sunday on his right carotid artery, the country's official news agency reported.
Trials help many Argentines come to terms with their recent violent past. CNN's Brian Byrnes in Buenos Aires reports.
Laura Feldman was kidnapped by the Argentine military on February 18, 1978. The 18-year-old was never seen by her family again, a victim of the ruthless regime that ruled Argentina from 1976 to 1983. For 31 years, her sister Ana searched for answers -- and her remains.
Argentina's last dictator and five military leaders who helped rule the country more than 25 years ago went on trial Monday on human rights charges.
Federal authorities in Argentina are investigating the death of a key witness in a human rights trial that started Tuesday, the official news agency reported.
After 16 hours of debate, Argentina's Senate passed a controversial reform law Saturday that critics say targets media outlets critical of the government.
The lower house of Argentina's Congress has approved a controversial media law that spells out media ownership rules and calls for the creation of a regulatory agency.
A tornado in northeastern Argentina killed 10 people and injured at least 45 late Monday, the state-run news agency reported Tuesday.
Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday it is unconstitutional to punish an adult for private use of marijuana as long as it doesn't harm anyone else.
Iran summoned Argentina's top diplomat in Tehran on Monday after the country complained about the nomination of a man who has been linked to a 1994 terrorist bombing in Buenos Aires, Iranian media have reported.
Jewish groups and the Argentine government condemned Friday the nomination of a man accused in the 1994 terrorist bombing of a Jewish center to serve as Iran's defense minister.
Honduras suspended diplomatic relations with Argentina on Tuesday in retaliation for having its ambassador expelled from Argentina last week.
As Brazil coach, Luiz Felipe Scolari's most controversial decision was his refusal to pick Romário. Even at 36, Romário was still one of his country's most prolific strikers at the time and "Big Phil" faced a Spanish inquisition at every media conference. TV stations and newspapers launched pro-Romário campaigns and even Fernando Henrique Cardoso, then the Brazilian President, joined in.
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her husband -- who was her predecessor -- have held power since 2003, and Sunday's midterm elections will prove pivotal to her hold on the presidency.
CNN's Brian Byrnes explains why Argentina's midterm congressional elections could mean big power shift.
Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner resigned as leader of the ruling political party Monday following a poor showing in Sunday's elections, the official news agency Telam reported.
Republican Mark Sanford apologizes for "a relationship with what started as a dear, dear, friend"
In 1982, they were young men serving their obligatory military service -- Argentine conscripts who fought against the British that year during the Falklands War. More than 25 years later, many of those former combatants are in a legal battle against their former officers, alleging torture, starvation and murder at the hands of their own military.
Farmers in Argentina blocked highways and rural routes throughout the country to protest anew the lack in progress in negotiations with the government over export taxes on farm goods.
An estimated 10,000 Argentines marched on the historic Plaza de Mayo in the capital, Buenos Aires, on Wednesday to demand more anti-crime measures, reflecting a top priority among Argentines, according to recent polls.
After months of confrontations, Argentina's government and its farmers appeared Tuesday to have made progress toward resolving their differences.
In a small farming town 105 kilometers (65 miles) southwest of Buenos Aires, farmers are struggling to nourish their crops and feed their animals. The worst drought in half a century has turned Argentina's once-fertile soil to dust and pushed the country into a state of emergency.
Argentine farmers face their worst drought in 50 years. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will meet Monday evening with Cuban leader Raul Castro during her first official visit to the island.
A blossoming of cinematic creativity has swept Argentina in recent years, bringing about a second golden age of film.
Argentina is looking for ways to increase tourism during the global economic crisis. CNN's Rosemary Church reports.
The problems faced by U.S. automakers have repercussions far beyond Detroit, as CNN's Pauline Chiou tells us.
A Miami court finding piles on the trouble facing President Cristina FernÁndez de Kirchner, whose husband is said to be running the government
A trial in Miami involving a Venezuelan accused of being a secret agent is causing quite the stir in Argentina, with daily front-page stories and demands for a government investigation of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
When Susana Trimarco's daughter Marita Veron was 23, she vanished from their hometown in Argentina, a suspected victim of a human trafficking and prostitution ring with links throughout Latin America and Europe.
A former army commander in Argentina was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for his role in the kidnapping, torture and death of four activists in 1977.
The election reveals a worrisome divide among the country's voters -- and a predilection for show over substance in the winning party
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