The leaders of the Socialist bloc and the Radical Party, Hermes Binner and Ricardo Alfonsín, met at an international summit and renewed the claims for the Malvinas Islands sovereignty.
"Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin today called off plans to marry in the summer, saying she and her fiance William 'Willie' Wilkerson had decided they had gone too far, too soon.
Three people were killed and at least six of them were seriously injured after more than a dozen vehicles crashed on route 9, closed to the city of Campana, in the Buenos Aires province, firemen sources said.
Buenos Aires stocks moved up with the Merval benchmark stock index gaining 0.6 percent, to 2,885.62 points. Meanwhile, Argentina's country-risk fell by 6.3 points to 769 basis points in the JP Morgan EMBI index.
Acting President Amado Boudou, assured today that Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is “stronger than ever” and will resume her activities on Wednesday after her medical leave absence due to a false positive thyroid cancer surgery the Head of State underwent on Jan 4.