Argentina capital in grip of tango fever

Thousands from around the world flock to Buenos Aires for dance's world cup.

    Thousands of people from around the world are feeling the passion on the streets of Buenos Aires.

    Argentina's capital is in the grip of the tango fever and the dance's world cup.

    Teresa Bo reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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