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Argentina announces end of forex restrictions

Argentina said Wednesday it will eliminate the foreign exchange restrictions that have propped up the official value of the peso since 2011, setting up a potentially painful devaluation.

In Argentina’s malbec region, cheap land has foreigners’ attention

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – As an autumn chill settles over the Southern Hemisphere, the harvested Argentine vineyards mottling yellow and russet, José Manuel Ortega's winery rises amid snow-capped Andean foothills.

Argentina to declassify Falklands War files

Speaking on the 33rd anniversary of Argentina's invasion of the disputed South Atlantic islands, which it calls the Malvinas, Argentine President Cristina Kirchner said the defense ministry had 30 days to make all files on the conflict public.

Argentine president says prosecutor killed in conspiracy

Alberto Nisman was fed false information to accuse the government of intervening in the investigation into the biggest terrorist attack in Argentine history, and then killed to discredit her administration, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner said.

Prosecutor who accused Argentine president is found dead

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The Argentine prosecutor who last week accused President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of trying to absolve Iranian officials from their involvement in the most deadly terrorist attack in the nation's history was found dead in his apartment.

Argentines drain banks of dollars for safekeeping in mattresses

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Jorge Lischetti applied to purchase dollars from the government the day Argentina eased controls. He stashed the $300 he was allowed to buy in January in his Buenos Aires home and did the same on the first day of February.

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