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Messi’s Argentina trophy odyssey ends in Brazil

When Lionel Messi, already a regular starter for the mighty Barcelona, made his international bow in 2005 as an 18-year-old for a powerful Argentina...

Equine serum tested in COVID-19 patients at 18 Argentine health centers

Costa Rica began testing a similar treatment in humans last week, with the first results expected in a few weeks, according to authorities.

Five keys to Argentina’s economic crisis

South America's third biggest economy is in virtual default, according to Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, who claims it is suffering a similar crisis to the worst of its history in 2001.

Ex-president Cristina Kirchner charged in Argentina corruption scandal

Argentina's ex-president Cristina Kirchner was charged with corruption on Monday as a judge asked that her legislative immunity be lifted so she can be detained.

Costa Rican man sentenced to 50 years in prison for murder of Argentine singer Facundo Cabral

Costa Rican Alejandro Jiménez, known as 'El Palidejo,' had hired a group of thugs to murder a Nicaraguan businessman traveling with Cabral, but Cabral was killed instead.

Argentina opposition attacks Macri over Panama Papers

Argentine President Mauricio Macri's opponents attacked him Tuesday over his involvement in two offshore companies after his name appeared in the so-called Panama Papers leaks.

US signs trade deal with Argentina during Obama trip

The United States and Argentina sealed a major trade deal on the first day of President Barack Obama's visit Wednesday, bolstering the efforts of his counterpart to end a decade-and-a-half of international financial isolation.

VIDEO: Argentina’s coast guard sinks Chinese fishing boat in South Atlantic

Argentina's coast guard sank a Chinese fishing boat that attacked when authorities tried to stop it for illegal fishing in the South Atlantic, officials said Tuesday.

Argentina, ‘vulture’ funds end 15-year debt battle

Argentina's new market-friendly president, Mauricio Macri, still needs to get approval for the deal in the National Congress, which is dominated by the opposition.

Argentina to borrow $15 billion to pay creditors

Argentina aims to borrow $15 billion when it returns to debt markets so it can pay off international creditors who have sued it in a U.S. court, the government said.
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