An Argentine court approves corruption charges against former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Flights, trains, buses and subways stopped services on Monday.
Tens of thousands of protesters took part in the rally on Friday to voice support for the opposition-proposed “social emergency law.”
Hundreds of Argentinian farmers stage a protest march in Buenos Aires to demand better working conditions.
Former President Cristina Fernandez says she is the victim of "political persecution" by her successor and current president, Mauricio Macri.
The left-wing group, Quebracho, organized the demonstration, during which protesters burned the British flag.
Argentina slams British plans to hold 'illegitimate' military drills on UK-occupied Malvinas Islands.
The ouster of President Dilma Rousseff has sparked numerous rallies across Brazi and other South American countries.
Argentinians hold a massive march in Buenos Aires to express their dissatisfaction with the government's economic reforms and state job cuts.
Thousands of Argentine workers rally against the government’s economic reform policies and job cuts in Buenos Aires.
Thousands of people have held a rally in Argentina’s capital to protest rising unemployment in the country.
Thousands of people in Argentina protest against increases in utility prices.
Argentinean President says the UK’s exit from the EU has not changed his country’s claim to the disputed Malvinas Islands.
Argentinean police search several properties owned by former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Thousands of people in Argentina hold a protest rally to denounce violence against women.
Argentina's last dictator and 14 other former military officials are jailed for human rights crimes in the 1970s and 80s.
Former Argentine President Kirchner is charged with defrauding the state.
Thousands of Argentinians protest the government-imposed cuts to spending and public sector jobs.
People in Argentina protest against mass layoffs and high inflation.
Argentina hails a decision by a UN panel to extend the country’s maritime borders past the disputed Malvinas Islands.
People protest Barack Obama’s visit to Argentina which coincides with the 40th anniversary of a bloody military coup.
Argentina’s coastguard has sunk an illegal Chinese trawler in Argentine territorial waters.
An Argentine rights group will ask Obama to declassify US archives related to the dictatorship era.
Public workers have held a national strike in Argentina to fight for their “rights.”
A major heat wave in Argentina causes major power cuts in the capital, Buenos Aires.
At least 41 police officers are killed in a bus crash in northwest Argentina.
At least two people are killed after an MTV helicopter crashes in Argentina.
A dispute has deepened between Argentina’s incoming and outgoing presidents.
Conservative opposition candidate Mauricio Macri wins Argentina’s presidential election.
Argentinian opposition candidate Mauricio Macri wins presidential runoff as Daniel Scioli concedes defeat.
China signs $15 billion contract with Argentina to build two nuclear power plants in the Latin American country.
Protesters march outside the Israeli embassy in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, to slam Tel Aviv regime’s aggression against Palestinians.
Argentina’s presidential election heads to the run-off, exit polls indicate.
Argentina's cabinet chief says his country welcomes more Syrian refugees as the violence is raging on in the Middle Eastern country.
The presidential candidate for Argentina's ruling coalition secures the majority of votes in the country’s primary elections.
Argentina orders the seizure of assets belonging to foreign drilling firms operating in Malvinas.
Argentinean President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner criticizes the recent behavior of UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
Argentinians have staged massive rallies across the country condemning violence against women.
An Argentine court rejects allegations against President Kirchner in the case of a 1994 deadly bombing in Buenos Aires.
Argentina launches a lawsuit against three UK and two US firms for drilling oil off the disputed Malvinas Islands.
Argentina’ president slams Western attempts to destabilize Latin America.
Argentinians launch a rally outside the US embassy in Buenos Aires to denounce Washington’s policies toward Venezuela.
Argentina says it has taken legal action against UK and US companies exploring for oil off the disputed Malvinas islands in South Atlantic Ocean.
A former Argentinean finance minister is sentenced to 3 years in jail for covering up an illegal act.
New leaks show that Britain spied on Argentina over the disputed Malvinas islands.
A court dismisses charges against Argentina’s president over an alleged cover-up in a 1994 bombing.
Argentina says Britain’s move to boost its military in the Malvinas Islands is a provocation.
People from several Latin American countries rally in Argentina to support Venezuela against US aggressive policies.
At least ten people, including eight French nationals, are killed in a helicopter collision in northern Argentina.
Hundreds of thousands of people march in the Argentine capital to express their support for President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Argentines rally in solidarity with President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
An Argentine judge dismisses AMIA cover-up charges against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
Argentina's Congress has passed a bill to scrap the country's intelligence agency.
The Argentinean president is seeking to dissolve the country’s intelligence agency.
Argentina says rogue agents from its own intelligence services are behind the AMIA prosecutor’s death.
Ten Argentine police forces assigned to protect the AMIA case prosecutor are under investigation.
Argentina’s president says the death of the prosecutor of the AMIA bombing case was not a suicide.
Argentina says there is no sign of others intervening in the death of AMIA prosecutor.