Latin America

Argentine economy: Crisis puts workers jobs at risk

In Argentina, recession, a rise in poverty and unemployment have had an effect on Macri's popularity.

Argentina

Argentina braces for labour strike to raise pressure on Macri

Protesters against austerity measures plan to shut down flights, the metro in Buenos Aires, banks and schools.

Argentina braces for labour strike to raise pressure on Macri

Latin America

Argentina abortion laws: Legal abortions obstructed

As activists in Argentina again push to decriminalise abortion. Al Jazeera looks at the difficulties and risks faced by the women who choose to go ahead with the procedure.

Latin America

US hands Argentina declassified documents on 'Dirty War'

Remembering a painful history, the US releases a final batch of files documenting Argentina's military dictatorship.

Argentina

Thousands in Argentina march against austerity measures

Argentine unions, small business owners and activists march against austerity measures under President Mauricio Macri.

Thousands in Argentina march against austerity measures

Latin America

Argentina economy falling despite huge IMF support

Reports show poverty risen to 32 percent from 26 percent and the 45 percent inflation rate is the main reason why.

Latin America

South American leaders announce new regional bloc

Prosur will replace Unasur, which fell apart last year following divisions over how to address the Venezuela crisis.

Latin America

Argentina benefit cuts cause anger over beleaguered economy

Across Argentina, many took their anger and frustration to the streets in a day of protest against cuts to benefits.

Women's Rights

All-women Argentina tango festival calls for end to machismo

A male-dominated art, saturated with anti-women lyrics, is being reinvented by women in Buenos Aires.

All-women Argentina tango festival calls for end to machismo

Latin America

International Women's Day march highlights issues in Argentina

Argentinean women voiced their concerns ahead of elections later this year.

Latin America

Argentina judge who led Jewish bombing investigation jailed

Former Argentine President Carlos Menem was acquitted in the trial, but victims of the 1994 attack hope the trial will pave the way to a new investigation.

Health

Abortion rights campaigners flood the streets of Buenos Aires

Thousands of women rally in front of Argentina's Congress to relaunch campaign for legal abortion.

Abortion rights campaigners flood the streets of Buenos Aires

Business & Economy

Tens of thousands march against austerity in Argentina

Many Argentines, already struggling with inflation, have been hit harder as Macri cuts government spending.

Tens of thousands march against austerity in Argentina

Latin America

Regional powers recognise Maduro opponent as interim president

US, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, among others recognise Juan Guaido as country's interim president.

Regional powers recognise Maduro opponent as interim president

Environment

Argentina battles flood amid forecast of heavy rains

Since the beginning of the year, the area has received about five times the long-term expected average rainfall.

Flooding in northern Argentina expected to continue