This year’s edition marked the comeback of the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Cup after 2020’s online version.
Tucuman Governor Juan Manzur appointed as Cabinet chief replacing Santiago Cafiero who was named foreign minister.
Many left-wing ministers allied with Vice President Fernandez de Kirchner resigned over ailing economy.
The vote, seen as a preview of November midterm elections, saw support wane for the government.
Match suspended after Brazil health authorities accuse four Argentina players of breaching COVID-19 quarantine rules.
One year on, ‘there has been no clarification’ over the killings of two 11-year-old cousins by Paraguay state security.
The case against Fernandez has grabbed headlines after Argentina imposed stricter lockdowns on the public.
Players travelling to red-list countries would have to follow UK COVID regulations, ruling them out of club matches.
The Argentinian government must continue to dismantle barriers women face in accessing safe abortion.
About 42 percent of people in Argentina live below the poverty line amid an economic downturn worsened by COVID-19.
Argentina adopted the plan after 10 consecutive weeks of lower case numbers and eight weeks of decreasing deaths.
New government programme helps boost retirement savings for women who worked as paid and unpaid caregivers.
Argentina, which saw recent surge of coronavirus infections, is fifth Latin American nation to reach 100,000-deaths.
Argentina win their first major title since 1993, and Lionel Messi lifts his first major trophy for the national team.