Teresa Bo

Teresa Bo

Teresa Bo, based in Buenos Aires, covers Latin America, where she has investigated the darker side of Argentinian politics and reported in-depth on the "war on drugs", travelling deep into the jungles of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru.

She won two major awards in Spain for her coverage of the war in Iraq, including the prestigious Lara Prize for Best Journalist Under 30 years old. A native Argentinean, Teresa holds a bachelor's degree in international politics and a master's degree in international peace and conflict resolution.

Latin America

Argentina economy: Workers protest as inflation soars

Teachers staging protests in Buenos Aires say life is becoming unbearable as the value of the peso continues to decline.

Argentina economy: Workers protest as inflation soars

Latin America

Russia World Cup: Anger over Argentina 'flirting manual'

Argentina's Football Association has included a chapter about 'how to stand a chance with a Russian girl' in a manual for journalists travelling to cover the sporting event.

Russia World Cup: Anger over Argentina 'flirting manual'

Latin America

Argentina peso crisis: Move to seek IMF aid criticised

The Argentine peso has fallen to a record low against the US dollar, as the central bank changed its strategy to protect the currency.

Argentina peso crisis: Move to seek IMF aid criticised

Latin America

Argentina seeks IMF loan to help 'avoid crisis' as peso slides

Argentina has asked the International Monetary Fund for financing to help stem a five-month-rout in the peso that is sparking a surge in interest rates and threatening to derail the country's economic recovery.

Argentina seeks IMF loan to help 'avoid crisis' as peso slides

Latin America

A turbulent economy threatens reforms in Argentina

The government has vowed more cuts on government spending to reduce the deficit, and the impact is likely to be seen on the streets in the weeks ahead.

A turbulent economy threatens reforms in Argentina

Latin America

Anger over Argentina's plans to curb waste

Critics say the new plan to manage tonnes of mounting rubbish could impact people whose lives depend on collecting recyclable materials.

Anger over Argentina's plans to curb waste

Latin America

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.

Argentina's annual book fair opens with protests

Latin America

High inflation leaves many Argentines struggling

Rising prices taking a toll on President Macri's popularity but making the country a favourite of emerging markets.

High inflation leaves many Argentines struggling

Latin America

Argentinians protest rising utility prices

Thousands of Argentinians have been protesting the rise of living costs in Buenos Aires.

Argentinians protest rising utility prices

Latin America

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.

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

Latin America

Argentina's Congress begins debate on legalising abortion

A growing demand for changes in the law has led conservative President Mauricio Macri to soften his anti-abortion stance.

Argentina's Congress begins debate on legalising abortion

Argentina

Two Argentinian football clubs allegedly involved in child abuse

River Plate and Independiente football clubs in Argentina have been caught up in a child abuse scandal.

Two Argentinian football clubs allegedly involved in child abuse