Slums residents of Argentina’s capital fighting for change

The sprawling shantytowns in Argentina's capital are seen by outsiders as no-go zones, largely run by drug gangs and other criminal rings. In fact, even emergency services stay away. So residents are doing things for themselves.

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    The sprawling shantytowns in Argentina's capital are seen by outsiders as no-go zones, largely run by drug gangs and other criminal rings.

    In fact, even emergency services stay away. So residents are doing things for themselves.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires.


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