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For the first time, feminists in more than 50 countries are calling an international women’s strike to protest against violence and inequality, in an effort to combat a global tide of male revanchism.
President Macri, elected last year on a pro-business platform, is making swift strides to repair long-strained relations with the US. Obama is the first US president to visit Argentina since the 1990s.
Opposition candidate Mauricio Macri won Sunday's presidential election. But his fight's not over as the outgoing president's party retains a strong grip on the levers of power.
President Kirchner has presided over a slowing economy and a rocky relationship with foreign creditors. But her party's candidate for president is in the lead ahead of Sunday's poll.
Some 200,000 people marched in Buenos Aires this week amid outrage over two deadly attacks against a teacher and a young teen. Thousands took to the streets in other Argentine cities as well as in Chile and Uruguay.
Alberto Nisman, who died in January in an apparent murder, was investigating a high-level political conspiracy involving Iran and a 1994 terror attack on a Jewish center. Critics have assailed the prosecutor's case and questioned his probity.
Prosecutors accuse President Cristina Fernandez of helping coordinate a major cover-up deal with Iran. The case gained international attention after one was found shot dead four days after he leveled the allegations.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited several Latin American nations this week to seek trade opportunities that could offset US efforts to puncture Russia's economy.
A murder mystery in Argentina, a country that a century ago rivaled the US as the richest in the Americas, has spotlighted its political and economic missteps. This year's elections could offer an alternative path.
One month after public prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in his home, thousands plan to turn out in anger over the lack of progress in the case. Mr. Nisman died the day before testifying against the government in a 1994 case.
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