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Argentina

Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies passed a bill yesterday that updates the country’s 47-year-old hydrocarbon law.

Bishop Jorge Lozano of Argentina issued a call on Wednesday urging Church members to share information they may have regarding the fate of the children kidnapped during that country's “Dirty War.”

At a hearing yesterday, U.S. Federal Judge Thomas Griesa decided to hold Argentina in civil contempt of court, asserting that the country’s recent efforts to circumvent his ruling on debt repayment are illegal.

In order to maximize shale development in the hemisphere, Latin America and the Caribbean should partner with the United States.

Argentina sees Vaca Muerta as an opportune solution to its financial troubles. How will the shale gas revolution impact Argentina's economy?

Argentine medical professionals will be prosecuted for the first time this week for their role in kidnapping children during the military dictatorship.

Early this morning, the lower house of the Argentine Congress passed a bill that will allow for the restructuring of its sovereign debt.

El “default” de Argentina tiene tantas lecturas como tenedores de bonos argentinos hay en EEUU.

After 36 years of searching, Estela de Carlotto, president and founder of the Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo) was reunited with her grandson in a private meeting in La Plata on Wednesday evening.

Argentina’s stock market fell 8.4 percent on Thursday after the country slid into what Standard & Poor is calling a selective default.

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