Buenos Aires: Over 700,000 live in Argentina's biggest slums

The Argentinian government is trying to integrate Buenos Aires' teeming slums into the rest of the city.

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    Buenos Aires, Argentina, is one of South America's largest capitals.

    Just like many other big cities, many people here live in slums.

    Now, the government is trying to integrate the slums into the rest of the city, trying to provide everyone with access to basic services.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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