Argentines vote in its primary elections, or PASO – simultaneous and mandatory open primaries. Although candidates are already chosen by parties, the vote is likely to reflect the country’s divided voting intentions. +DOPESHEET TO FOLLOW+ IMAGES
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Thousands of people demonstrate in Buenos Aires against new price hikes in public services in a march called by trade unions, left parties and social movements.
“Every day the price of something increases” Argentines say amid the economic crisis and the Senate approving an austere budget for 2019.
The day after Argentina’s senators voted against legalizing abortion, Argentines remain deeply divided over the issue.
Dozens of people gather in front of the Argentine Congress to call for the Senate to reject an abortion bill that would legalize the practice.
The director of a museum dedicated to football legend Diego Maradona explains how Argentines have “immortalised” the player amid both criticism and veneration.
The director of a museum dedicated to football legend Diego Maradona explains how Argentines have “immortalized” the player amid both criticism and veneration.
Tens of thousands of Argentines are crossing the border with Chile for Pope Francis’ visit. The pontiff is about to begin an eight-day tour of his native South America, visiting Peru and Chile.
As Pope Francis prepares to visit Chile and Peru, some Argentines think that his own country’s political situation is a key factor why he hasn’t been back yet.
Activists protest outside former Buenos Aires police chief Miguel Etchecolatz’s house, after an Argentine court allowed him to serve the rest of his life imprisonment for crimes against humanity at home due to his age of 88.