Women gather at a park in Buenos Aires to knit the names of women murdered in the country, in a sign of protest against murder of women and as a vindictive statement from a traditionally domestic activity.
The Argentine coast guard opened fire on a Chinese vessel on Saturday. Officials said the vessel was illegally fishing in its coastal waters.
In a video provided by the coast guard, officers aboard the Argentine vessel Mantilla are heard warning the Chinese ship ‘Hua Xiang 801’ to withdraw from its territorial waters.The officers are heard warning the ship that they will fire, if the ship does not withdraw.
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In a country where football is king, baseball is receiving a welcome boost from talented Venezuelans who have settled in Argentina, escaping from the hyperinflation and lack of food and medication in their crisis-ridden country.
Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala’s coffin departs after his funeral at the San Martin football club in his hometown of Progreso. IMAGES
The hometown of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash between Nantes and Cardiff, prepares for his funeral at the San Martin de Progreso club.
The body of footballer Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash between Nantes and Cardiff, arrives at a funeral home in Santa Fe, Argentina. IMAGES
Protesters pack the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires and criticise Mauricio Macri’s economic policies which, they say, are making them lose jobs and impoverishing the country.
Emiliano Sala’s former club Nantes gives a final rousing send off to the Argentine striker, whose body was recovered from a crashed plane this week.
Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala’s family grieve after British authorities formally identified his body as the one recovered from the wreckage of a plane that went down in the Channel more than two weeks ago.
Investigators recovered a body from the wreckage of a plane carrying Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in the Channel and transported it to Britain for identification.