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Miguel Lo Bianco

In Argentina's north, indigenous children sicken and die from malnutrition

03 Mar 2020

TARTAGAL, Argentina In Argentina, once one of the world's richest countries and long a major supplier of beef, children are dying of hunger.

Bolivians turn to Day of Skulls for hope as protests rage

08 Nov 2019

LA PAZ With Bolivia racked by angry political protest, some in the landlocked South American nation turned to a more pensive task: honoring skulls, an ancient tradition rooted in indigenous beliefs that is meant to bring good fortune and protection.

Argentina rights organisation identifies son of disappeared dissidents

13 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentine human rights group Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo divulged the identity on Thursday of the son of a couple disappeared during the nation's brutal 1976 to 1983 military dictatorship.

In crisis-hit Argentina, cancer researcher turns to game show for funds

10 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES Amid a swirling economic crisis and protests over budget cuts for research in Argentina, one scientist has found a novel way to fundraise: winning money on a television game show.

Soccer - Argentines pay tribute to Sala at special memorial

16 Feb 2019

PROGRESO, Argentina Grieving Argentines paid tribute to footballer Emiliano Sala on Saturday at a special memorial in his home region of Santa Fe.

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