Dozens are killed and more than 600 injured in a train crash in Buenos Aires. CNN's Luis Carlos Velez reports.
Rain in Argentina on Tuesday brought some relief to the drought-stricken central part of the country, but concerns remained.
Graduate interns are increasingly looking at South American cities instead of traditional business capitals.
Mary Bonsor graduated from law school in London last June and is now navigating her way around the labyrinth-like offices of Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal, Argentina's largest law firm.
Argentina's bid to host a Formula One race for the first time in more than a decade is under way after work started on a new circuit outside the capital Buenos Aires.
At QB9's bricked-walled workspace in Buenos Aires, about 50 employees stay busy day and night creating video games.
Latino video game developers are full-fledged players after years sitting on the sidelines. 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.
A decade later, Argentina is enjoying a remarkable comeback from its 2001 financial crisis. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
You're out for drinks at a tango hall in Buenos Aires, with your bulky digital SLR camera back in the hotel room. As the dancers pause in a dramatic embrace, you reach for your smartphone. But it's too dim, and by the time the built-in camera focuses, the moment has passed.
Latin America is pulling out the stops to get more Chinese tourists. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
Maria Jose Martinez Waldner grew up speaking Spanish and English at her home in Buenos Aires. Several years ago she decided to learn Mandarin Chinese, a language that is rarely heard in Argentina.
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.
A collision between a bus, cement truck and a pre-metro (lightrail) train injured 90 people on Thursday during morning rush hour traffic in Buenos Aires, according to police.
At least 11 people died when two trains and a bus collided in Buenos Aires on Tuesday, state media reported.
At least seven people were killed and dozens more injured when a bus and two trains collided in Argentina.
After a couple of hours standing in the stairwell of a bus, staring out a foggy window at the blue predawn Pampas streaming by, I start to compile the lessons I've learned about long-haul bus travel.
Where would you take a loved one for an anniversary or other special occasion?
Guests at restaurants in Argentina's Buenos Aires province must say good-bye to the salt shaker.
The ash cloud from a Chilean volcano reached Buenos Aires, the capital of neighboring Argentina, but was not expected to cause problems for area residents, officials said.
The Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano in Chile fills the sky with clouds of ash.
A locomotive train collided with a stopped passenger train carrying 250 people early Monday in the town of Monasterio, Argentina, about 150 kilometers (about 90 miles) south of the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, injuring 70 passengers, a report said.
The Canadian crooner married actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre Thursday
Authorities in Argentina's capital are searching for at least three people who allegedly broke into a bank through an underground tunnel, state media reported.
A 13-year-old boy has been detained in Argentina in connection with a beating death Tuesday during the national Day of Spring celebrations, the official state-run news agency said Thursday.
Argentinian authorities rescued 12 people who had become trapped in rubble after a gym in Buenos Aires collapsed Monday. Rescuers continued to search in the debris, but they said they didn't expect to find anyone else.
A weeklong cold snap that has killed at least eight people in Argentina is expected to continue Monday, state media reported.
Latin America's first gay senior citizens center opens in Buenos Aires. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
CNN's Bryan Byrnes reports on a new form of consumer activism taking root in Buenos Aires.
A law allowing same-sex weddings took effect Thursday in Mexico City, one day after the second same-sex marriage was performed in Argentina.
Traffic came to a standstill and subway service was suspended Friday in much of Buenos Aires during its second heavy downpour since Monday, the country's official news agency Telam reported.
Less than one month after a Buenos Aires court derailed the marriage of Alex Freyre and Jose Maria di Bello, the couple wed Monday at the southern tip of Argentina, making it the first same-sex marriage in Latin America.
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.
The government of Argentina's capital will not appeal a court decision this week that legalizes same-sex marriage, Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri said Friday.
As a child, Leonardo Martinelli studied classical music at a prestigious Buenos Aires conservatory.
A new Latin sound mixing traditional and modern is spreading across the global dance scene. CNN`s Brian Byrnes reports.
Argentina's capital city was beset by strikes Thursday, with teachers, doctors and transit employees refusing to work over money matters.
CNN's Brian Byrnes explains why Argentina has become a magnet for cosmetic surgery tourism.
James Brandon is concerned about getting old and looking older. So the 44-year-old events planner from Canada decided on plastic surgery to help bring his boyish looks back.
It didn't take much for Martin Frankel to realize that Buenos Aires was a good place to start a business.
A bomb exploded early Tuesday at a Chilean airline office in Buenos Aires, causing moderate damage but no injuries, the airline and government news agencies reported.
CNN's Brian Byrnes reports on how one company in Argentina creates practical and popular products from trash and plants.
As with most industries around the globe, the art world has been taking a hit, as collectors pare down purchases on expensive pieces.
As collectors around the world pare down, the opposite appears to be happening in Argentina. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
As the global economic crisis drags on, residents in Buenos Aires learn to barter. CNN's Brian Byrnes reports.
I'm off to Lima this week on a mission: to try to understand how the current contradiction in Peruvian soccer can be explained.
Some people travel so they can climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower, or ski the Rockies, or feast on rare delicacies in Bangkok. Not me. I think of the world as a series of fabulous flea markets, displaying each culture's best bibelots -- many of which can be had for a paltry few pounds or yen, euros, or dollars.
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.
Fares increased by as much as 25 percent on mass transit in the Argentine capital, sparking a round of grumbling among some straphangers about the cost and paucity of coins necessary for city bus rides.
Dancing the tango in Argentina takes more than just a command of the steps and some semblance of rhythm. You also need to understand the subtle signals that regulate life in a milonga, or tango hall, where tradition still holds great sway. With one misstep, you may kiss finding a partner good-bye.
More than 10,000 charred bone fragments were found buried at the site of a former Argentine government detention center, the first find of its kind at one of the secret centers, Argentine officials said.
Vegetarians, beware. It's Wednesday night at the Garden House Hostel in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the unmistakable scent of juicy slabs of meat on the grill is wafting through the halls, luring guests to its source.
An abandoned newborn is safe thanks to a stray dog who cared for it along with her pups. CNN's Rosemary Church reports.
A dog sheltered a newborn baby abandoned by its 14-year-old mother in a field in rural Argentina until the boy was rescued, a doctor said Friday.
In a nationwide measure, Argentina has granted gay couples the right to collect the pensions of their dead partners.
Fritz Lang's classic sci-fi movie has been given a new lease of life, after missing reels were unearthed in Argentina
Intimate, design-driven hotelitos are opening throughout Buenos Aires. We've uncovered four neighborhood favorites that deliver style without sacrificing value.
Disagreements between the Argentine government and farmers over export taxes flared up Wednesday as drivers used their trucks to snarl traffic.
Smoke blanketed the Argentine capital Friday as brush fires apparently set deliberately consumed thousands of acres in the provinces of Buenos Aires and Entre Ríos.
Land-clearing fires covered Buenos Aires in thick black smoke in a huge ecological mess. The president blames her political foes: the farmers
Argentine farmers seething at export taxes on their crops resumed blockades of rural highways Monday after talks failed to end a 19-day-old strike that has halted grain exports and emptied supermarket shelves of meat.
Argentine farmers lifted roadblocks Friday, easing a 15-day agricultural strike that has caused traffic jams and depleted grocery shelves across the country.
A train slammed into a bus on Sunday killing 18 people and injuring 50, police said.
A night of tangoing is the sensual highlight of many a trip to Argentina. But to get on the dance floor, tourists, need a competent dance partner
It's not enough to take a vacation any more -- it has to be a vacation with intent, according to the latest trend forecasts from the travel industry.
Argentina's first lady has declared victory in the country's presidential victory.
Argentine first lady Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner declared victory Sunday night as election returns showed her leading all rivals in her bid to succeed her husband and become the country's first female president.
Thick fog descended on Buenos Aires on the day of the Copa Libertadores semifinal second leg tie between local heroes Boca Juniors and this year's surprise side, C�cuta of Colombia.
With a total of nine titles between them, Argentina's Boca Juniors and Brazil's Gr�mio and Santos are no surprises as Copa Libertadores semifinalists. The same can't be said for the other member of South America's last four. No one could possibly have expected C�cuta Deportivo of Colombia to get this far.
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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- "El papa es alemán, pero el Dios es Argentino."
Bono has met with President Nestor Kirchner, saying he admired U2's fervent fans and was glad that Argentina is as passionate about music as it is about soccer.
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