The latest news on Argentina
The protests in Argentina show that a clash between secularists and people of faith could happen anywhere.
The U.S. needs to stop the World Bank from lending to Argentina.
Kirchner suggested Monday that the new pope involve himself in Falkland Islands dispute.
The new pope is an avid soccer fan and has only one lung.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The famous words uttered to announce that a leader of the Catholic Church has been chosen now have special resonance for Latin America, which had felt neglected by the Vatican and has finally produced the New World's first pope.
After five rounds of voting, 2005 runner-up chosen to lead 1.2 billion-member church.
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Angry over inflation, crime and corruption, hundreds of thousands of Argentines of all ages flooded the capital's streets for nearly four hours to protest against President Cristina Fernandez in Argentina's biggest anti-government demonstration in years.
The coming London Olympic Games provides Argentina the opportunity to take its Falklands message global.
President Obama's silence on press freedom in Latin America is troubling.