Olympics: Argentina ad takes a stab at Britain over Falkland Islands controversy (VIDEO)
Argentina state-run television has broadcast an Olympics ad taking a stab at Britain over the Falkland Islands, saying: "To compete on English soil, we train on Argentine soil."
LatAm nationalizations: Spain says Bolivia isn't Argentina
Phew. Glad they cleared that up. But both countries are seizing control of power companies at Spain’s expense, and for similar reasons.
Bolivia nationalizes Spanish-owned electrical grid
Bolivia's leftist President Evo Morales ordered troops into the electrical grid run by Spain's Red Electrica in another South America energy grab.
Argentina: YPF vows to continue gas supplies
Argentina’s biggest oil firm, YPF, has pledged to keep providing liquefied natural gas to customers, as the dispute over its seizure by Bueno Aires continues.
Argentina's oil grab: crude or shrewd?
Some call it 'theft,' but Argentina's president enjoys broad support for her move to take over Repsol's YPF, the country's biggest foreign oil company.
Argentina’s 'yerba mate' crunch
Forget oil nationalization or the Falklands bickering. Argentines are furious over a shortage of their beloved stimulant.
Argentina Senate approves YPF nationalization bill
Argentina’s Senate has approved a controversial government bill to seize a controlling stake in the country’s biggest oil company, YPF, from its Spanish owner, Repsol.
Argentina wants its oil back
Spain says Argentina could become 'an international pariah' if it nationalizes YPF.
Argentina to take control of YPF oil firm from Spain's Repsol
President Cristina Fernandez has announced that the Argentine government will seize a 51 percent share in leading oil firm YPF, brushing aside Spanish and EU concerns.
Luz Milagros Veron: Argentine 'miracle baby' in critical condition after being found alive in morgue
Luz Milagros Veron was declared stillborn and placed in a morgue, where she survived for hours in a fridge.
Falklands/Malvinas war again used for petty political ends
Commentary: 30 years of war anniversaries have taken many guises — from criminal trials to Christmas gifts — so why now the saber rattling, asks an Argentine veteran turned journalist.
Argentina double-decker bus crash kills at least 10
Bus was traveling from Bolivia to the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires; children among the dead.
Would you pimp to save your daughter?
This Argentine woman tried. Her daughter is still missing but many women have been pulled out of Argentina's sex underworld.
Falklands war 30th anniversary: Argentine president calls for sovereignty talks
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner called again for sovereignty talks to determine who controls the oil-rich archipelago.
Carlos Menem faces bombing trial in Argentina
Argentina's former president Carlos Menem, 81, will stand trial for obstructing a 1994 investigation into a bombing at a Jewish cultural centre in Buenos Aires.
US suspends Argentina's trade benefits
President Obama announced that he was suspending trade benefits for Argentina.
Prince William returns from Falklands posting to relieved Duchess Kate (VIDEO)
Prince William has returned home after his contentious deployment to the Falkland Islands.
The Argentine economy's fuzzy math problem
Independent analysts have different numbers, but the government doesn't want to listen.
Falkland Islands: Brits say defend it
Argentina allows abortion for rape victims
Supreme Court rules unanimously in favour of allowing rape victims to get abortions without judicial authorization
British investors see profit in Falklands despite row with Argentina
Investors in the Falkland Islands unfazed by mounting war of words between the UK and Argentina.
Earthquakes rock Delhi, Argentina
Earthquakes shake Delhi and Argentina. No immediate reports of casualties.
UK summons Argentine diplomat over trade row
Argentina’s top diplomat in Britain has been summoned to the foreign ministry in London to explain his government's decision to urge 20 leading companies to stop importing British goods and supplies.
Police arrest 25 suspected 'Anonymous' hackers in 4 countries
Police in Europe and Latin America have arrested 25 suspected members of the Anonymous hacking group on accusations of defacing government and corporate websites, officials said Tuesday.
Argentina turns away British cruise ships after Falkland Island docking
According to sources, the reason given for the two ships being denied entry to an Argentine port was that they had docked days earlier in the disputed Falkland Islands.
Buenos Aires train crash death toll now at 51 (VIDEO)
Recovery teams find body of missing 20-year-old man.
Sean Penn wades into Falkland Islands ruckus
Actor calls British deployment of Prince William to disputed islands "archaic colonialism."
Buenos Aires crash PHOTOS
Here are photos of the horrific train crash in Buenos Aires, Argentina, today.
Buenos Aires train crash kills at least 49 (VIDEO)
Hundreds are injured and at least 49 are dead in Argentina after a packed commuter train slammed into Buenos Aires' Once Station.
Falklands: Sean Penn renews attack on British 'colonialism'
No doubt helping to sell papers in the UK, the American actor says it was 'unthinkable' for London to send Prince William to the disputed islands.
Falklands: Argentina warned not to name top division for sunken cruiser Belgrano
Argentina are warned not to name the top flight of Argentinean soccer for the ship sunk by Margaret Thatcher 30 years ago with all 323 hands on board.