A strange ghost town that spent a quarter century under water is coming up for air again in the Argentine farmlands southwest of Buenos Aires.Full story
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - At a new market in a tough suburb of Buenos Aires, an Argentine flag emblazoned with a giant shopping cart advertises cheap prices for everything from sausages to detergent. Full story
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - An estimated 1 million Argentines marched on Thursday in one of the biggest anti-government protests in years, highlighting public anger over a deteriorating economy and President Cristina Fernandez's efforts to reform the media and courts. Full story
The celebration of Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s ascension to the highest leadership position in the Catholic Church continued Thursday both in the pews, and slums, of Buenos Aires. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
The new pope’s path to the Vatican began more than 70 years ago in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he was born to Italian immigrants. He turned to the priesthood in 1969 and decades later has become the first pope from the Americas. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.
While Pope Francis has a reputation as a champion of the poor, NBC Latino’s Paul Reyes and the NOW panel focus on the former Archbishop of Buenos Aires’ record and significance.
Parts of central Buenos Aires were enveloped in a toxic cloud of gas believed to have been caused by a fire at a the city's port. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating in "Operation Condor," in Buenos Aires in this March 5, 2013 file photo. Jorge Rafael Videla, an austere former army commander who led Argentina during the bloodiest days of its Di
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, leader of the 1976 military coup that began the seven-year "Dirty War", is escorted handcuffed by Argentine policemen to a courthouse in San Martin, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, July 13, 2012. Videla, an austere former army commander who led Argent
Argentine Army General Jorge Videla , leader of the 1976 military coup that began the seven-year "Dirty War," stands next to junta member Admiral Emilio Massera during a ceremony in Buenos Aires, in this 1979 file photo. REUTERS/Stringer/Files
Former Argentine Army General Jorge Videla , leader of the 1976 military coup that began the seven-year "Dirty War," and former General Reynaldo Bignone, who ruled Argentina from 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, in this July 5, 2012 file photo. Jor