The three officers are under arrest following the death of Lucas González, who was killed by bullets to the head and lung.
The lake’s unnervingly bright coloring is due to the presence of chemicals from fish factory waste, according to reports.
“Spying against families who are looking for their loved ones, and on social organizations like soup kitchens, that’s incomprehensible.”
So-called Zoom bombing is going global. Digital panels that were the backdrop for an online event out of Argentina suddenly began showing sexually explicit videos.
The country's military dictatorship killed and disappeared some 30,000 people, but deniers of those horrors are growing increasingly vocal.
Tehuel De la Torre, age 22, went missing after he went to meet a man about a potential job.
Federico “Freddie” Klein, a Trump appointee, repeatedly praised the Argentinian military junta of the 1970s and ’80s while working at the State Department.
Despite COVID regulations, elderly dancers have hit the parks of Buenos Aires.
It’s about bloody time. Argentina could grant students the right to a day off a month to deal with their periods.
The decision concerns abhorrent human rights abuses at an infamous dictatorship-era detention center.
The vote to make terminations legal took place in a region that's home to some of the world's most draconian anti-abortion laws.
Biologists set him up on a historic blind date, and he thinks she’s purrfect.