Argentina's annual book fair opens with protests

Buenos Aires International Book Fair, billed as 'the most important annual literary event in the Spanish-speaking world', is facing challenges on many fronts.

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    Argentina's annual Buenos Aires Book Fair has opened on a political note.

    Organisers say there has been a drop in book sales, as inflation leaves people struggling to afford the basics.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo has reports from Buenos Aires.


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