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: DNA reunites thousands after 'Dirty War'

During Argentina's 'Dirty War' in the 1970s and 80s, tens of thousands of people were killed by government forces. Among them were pregnant women or mothers whose children were put up for adoption.

Argentina: DNA reunites thousands after 'Dirty War'

Latin America

Argentine submarine: families push for search to continue

It has been more than three weeks since the Argentine submarine ARA San Juan went missing.

Argentine submarine: families push for search to continue

Argentina

Thousands protest over Cristina Kirchner's arrest

Thousands gathered in front of the Presidential Palace in Argentina to protest against what they claim is political persecution.

Thousands protest over Cristina Kirchner's arrest

Latin America

Falklands: Red Cross identifies remains of 88 Argentine soldiers

A report by the International Committee of the Red Cross indicates that 88 of the 121 graves of Argentinian soldiers who were buried anonymously on the disputed Falkland Islands have been identified.

Falklands: Red Cross identifies remains of 88 Argentine soldiers

Honduras

Honduras' Nasralla rejects poll count

The main opposition candidate in the Honduras Presidential election says he will not accept the poll results and has accused the electoral court of manipulating the results, despite previously vowing to respect the count.

Honduras' Nasralla rejects poll count

Latin America

Argentina 'dirty war' trial: Ex-officers sentenced to life

Forty years after students, activists and labour leaders were disappeared under military rule in Argentina, a group of former officials have been sentenced for their role in the murders.

Argentina 'dirty war' trial: Ex-officers sentenced to life

Haiti

Millions at risk of famine in post-hurricane Haiti

Jovenel Moise, Haiti's new president, is pleading for international assistance as millions face the risk of famine in the south of the country.

Millions at risk of famine in post-hurricane Haiti

Latin America

Haiti: Massive rallies call for Jovenel Moise to step down

Demonstrations against government corruption have erupted in Port-au-Prince the day that the Haitian president reinstated the national army.

Haiti: Massive rallies call for Jovenel Moise to step down

Latin America

Haiti police accused of executing civilians

The deaths of multiple civilians in a police operation Port-au-Prince has shocked local residents as the government battles gangs in the wake of UN peacekeeper departure one month ago.

Haiti police accused of executing civilians

Middle East

Argentina's child labour crisis: 'We all barely survive'

An estimated 152 million children around the world are forced to work due to financial issues, a practice that the international community at a UN co-organised conference in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, is trying to eliminate.

Argentina's child labour crisis: 'We all barely survive'

Human Rights

Argentina's indigenous Wichi community fights eviction

Argentina's congress has renewed a law preventing indigenous people from being evicted from land they say belongs to them.

Argentina's indigenous Wichi community fights eviction

Latin America

Argentina arrests former vice president on corruption charges

Argentina's former vice president has been arrested on corruption charges.

Argentina arrests former vice president on corruption charges