Argentina poverty levels hit an all-time low

A new report by the Argentine Catholic University says 1.5 million people in Argentina have fallen into poverty since Mauricio Macri took office. Activists say more resources are needed to assist those struggling to survive.

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    A new report by the Argentine Catholic University says 1.5 million people in Argentina have fallen into poverty since Mauricio Macri took office.

    Activists say more resources are needed to assist those struggling to survive.

    Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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