Cabinet Chief Juan Manuel Abal Medina and Buenos Aires City Mayor Mauricio Macri held a new political clash over Argentina’s political, social and economic scenario.
Members of the extreme left-wing organization Quebracho clashed with police officials on Monday afternoon during a protest in front of the British embassy, in the City neighbourhood of Recoleta.
At least 70 people were injured and other 70 detained during a brutal clash between the police and neighbours that were protesting against the settlement of an energy plant in Jujuy.
Protesters against and in favour of abortion clashed in front of the city Cathedral in Plaza de Mayo square. As tension mounted, the police was able to intervene and separate both groups.
Acting President Amado Boudou assured today that British Prime Minister David Cameron’s comment son Argentina’s stance on the Malvinas Islands were “an ignorant and dumb outburst of historical reality." Cameron accused Argentina of colonialism.
As the heated debate over the transfer of the subway management continued on the floor of a Senate committee, Radical lawmaker Gerardo Morales had a strong verbal exchange with Planning Minister Julio De Vido over the recent railway tragedy in Once that left 51 people dead.
Around a hundred former soldiers who were deployed to Patagonia during the Malvinas war were able to pass through a police blockade patrolling the Government House and entered Plaza de Mayo square to claim veteran benefits.
A young man was hurt after a fight broke out outside of the José C. Paz police station between relatives of the three teenagers that were ran over by a train early Sunday morning in the area.
A group of activists that showed up in support of the Santa Cruz teachers demanding higher salaries in Buenos Aires City, broke off from the demonstration they were leading and began hurling stones to several police officers who were standing guard outside the Government House in Plaza de Mayo.
Scioli supporters clashed with activists from the ultra-Kirchnerite La Cámpora youth organization over the occupation of a box during the inauguration ceremony of Buenos Aires governor Daniel Scioli.
Riot police in the Polish capital used truncheons and rubber bullets today to break up a crowd of right-wing extremists who pelted them with firecrackers and lumps of concrete at a parade to mark the national holiday.
At least one protester was shot dead and dozens wounded today when riot police clashed with demonstrators demanding the overthrow of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, witnesses said.
Baton-swinging police officers clashed with anti-war protesters at the start of the NATO summit, beating some and dragging others away.
Police fired rubber bullets at protesting miners, injuring several people, during a demonstration against slashes in coal subsidies aimed at trimming the budget deficit of the euro zone's fourth largest economy.
Opponents and supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi clashed in Cairo in the first street violence between rival factions since the Islamist leader took office.
At least five people were killed in a sectarian clash in Egypt over a Christian woman who had allegedly converted to Islam, according to officials.
Tunisian police fired in the air and used teargas early on Sunday to disperse a crowd of about 200 people who had set fire to a police station in a suburb of the capital.
Police in riot gear clashed with protesters in Oakland today, firing tear gas to disperse demonstrators lingering in the streets after a day of mostly peaceful rallies against economic inequality and police brutality.
Social media moved into a new realm in technologically backward Cuba when Cuban President Raúl Castro's controversial daughter Mariela began tweeting and quickly got into the Twitter equivalent of a shouting match with dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez.
Colombian security forces clashed on Wednesday with indigenous activists who stormed a hill-top military base in the volatile south as critics lambasted President Juan Manuel Santos for failing to protect troops.
Boca Juniors fans clashed with the police in front of the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires City, at the end of the celebration of the team's "Global Fan Day."
The derby between Rosario Central and Newell’s Old Boys, originally scheduled for 8 pm in Rosario, was suspended by the provincial Ministry of Security after hooligans clashed with the police, leaving an officer seriously injured.
Tigre beat Independiente 1-0 after both teams clashed on a belated Apertura Tournament 2010 game. The two of them were looking to avoid finishing last in the championship. Rodolfo Arruabarrena made his debut as Tigre’s coach.
Russia accused Polish soccer fans of provoking street battles with Russian supporters on the night of their countries' Euro 2012 match and urged Warsaw to prevent further clashes in the tournament.
Juventus's record Serie A unbeaten run came to an end after 49 matches today when Diego Milito's double helped Inter Milan win 3-1 in a pulsating 'Derby of Italy' clash in Turin.
A photographer with New York tabloid newspaper Daily News accused actor Alec Baldwin of attacking him on Tuesday, but the actor's representative told a different story.