Missing Argentine activist's body found days before election

Argentina's midterm congressional election issues, such as the economy, inflation and rising crime, have been overshadowed by the discovery of the body of Santiago Maldonado, an indigenous rights activist who had been missing since August

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    Argentina will vote to replace members of Congress and the Senate on Sunday.

    But midterm congressional election issues, such as the economy, inflation and rising crime, have been overshadowed by the discovery of the body of Santiago Maldonado, an indigenous rights activist who had been missing since August.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires.


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