After 2017 rate clocks in at almost 25%, government raises its inflation targets for this year and next Jan.11, 2018 5:07 p.
Government takes half steps on market overhaul out of concern about the cost of disrupting legacy jobs Dec.23, 2017 7:00 a.
Vessel disappeared two weeks ago while on routine patrol after reporting that it had taken on water Nov.30, 2017 6:40 p.
Foreign minister calls British help ‘a greatly significant gesture’ after Falklands War; government faces criticism as worries grow about fate of crew Nov.22, 2017 8:25 p.
Navy detects potential communication attempts from sub ARA San Juan, not heard from in three days Updated Nov.18, 2017 11:47 p.
Country to slash corporate income taxes to 25% within five years Oct.31, 2017 5:25 p.
Mauricio Macri defends decision to raise gasoline prices, just hours after a sweeping nationwide victory in midterm congressional elections on Sunday Updated Oct.23, 2017 1:05 p.
Crusader in Jewish-center bombing died from gunshot in 2015 while pursuing case against Cristina Kirchner Sept.22, 2017 3:57 p.
Any opposition to Straw's decision will be blind opposition The problem is that the doctors' report is secret.El Pais, Spain A landmark in the defence of human rights The Pinochet case is a landmark in the defence of human rights.
Emma Thompson and Antonio Banderas have started work on Imagining Argentina, the first co-production for Arenas Entertainment, the Latino arm of Universal Pictures.Variety reports that the film is a "magic-realist romantic thriller" which is set during the Argentinian dirty war of the 1970s.
Now the star of that film, Richard Gere, had persuaded Columbia to invite me to adapt the Thornton novel, Imagining Argentina.When Geoff, our producer Michael Peyser and I arrived in Argentina in early 2002, the situation seemed precarious.
They used to call him the 'Click Priest', because he was best known for signing off the programming on an Argentine TV station each night.But Fr José Mariani has now become Argentina's 'Sex Priest', following his publication of a book of racy memoirs that is on track to become a global publishing phenomenon.
Designed by the brilliant engineer Livio Dante Porta, who died last year aged 81, the metre-gauge "Argentina" was unveiled in 1949.The young Porta had gone to see Perón personally to raise funds his first locomotive.
When I pitched a proposal for a film about direct democracy in worker-run factories in Argentina, co-directed with my wife Naomi Klein, the BBC executive was distinctly unimpressed.However, a year after the film's initial festival release, with openings in Canada, America, France and Italy, both the film - screening at the ICA, London, in June - and the "recovered companies" movement in Argentina are going strong.
Margaret Thatcher forced François Mitterrand to give her the codes to disable Argentina's deadly French-made missiles during the Falklands war by threatening to launch a nuclear warhead against Buenos Aires, according to a book.I'll succeed where Napoleon III failed.
Every once in a while, somebody comes along and writes a catchy tear-jerking ballad in honor of a dead fascist's dead wife that makes you forget all the other great crypto-fascist tear-jerkers you've ever heard.Just such a number is Don't Cry for Me, Argentina.