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    Argentina's women joined across South America in marches against violence Ni Una Menos demonstrations spurred by rape and killing of 16-year-old Lucía Pérez as thousands of protesters call for action on crimes against womenThe crowd of women packed into the historic square of Plaza de Mayo in downtown Buenos Aires under the freezing rain was so vast that some had...

    The Guardian view on #NiUnaMenos: challenging misogyny and murder | Editorial Activists challenging gender-based abuse and killings have already changed laws in Latin America. Changing attitudes is tougherBlack-clad girls and women downed tools, pens and keyboards in Argentina’s major cities today and took to the streets to demand “no more machista violence”. Their strike and demonstration followed similar protests across...

    Are you taking part in the Argentina protest over violence against women? If you’re taking part in the national strike across the country share your photos and stories with usOrganisers have called on women in Argentina to take part in a national strike to protest over violence against women. Hundreds of thousands are expected to join the protest on Wednesday...

    Argentina: hundreds of thousands of women set to protest against violence Organizers urge women to stop work and other activities for an hour in Wednesday ‘women’s strike’ following rape and torture of a 16-year-old girlAre you taking part? Share your photos, videos and storiesHundreds of thousands of women in Argentina are expected to join a national protest over violence against...

    Nuevo New York celebrates Latinos in the arts – in pictures Immigration to the US is a hot topic of the 2016 election, with Trump’s campaign creating an increasingly hostile environment. Nuevo New York by Hans Neumann and Gabriel Rivera-Barraza, published by Damiani, adds a new narrative to the conversation, challenging negative stereotypes with portraits of and interviews with Latin...

    Argentina protests to Britain about military exercises in Falklands ‘Illegitimate’ exercises involving missile firing ‘contradict the principle of peaceful conflict resolution’ says note to UK ambassadorArgentina has complained to the British ambassador in Buenos Aires over military exercises including missile launches which the UK is planning to hold next week in the Falkland Islands.Argentina’s government says it was informed by...

    From Mexico City to Mendoza: a view of Latin America from Google Earth Argentinian photographer Federico Winer uses Google Earth satellite images to play with the way we see our planet in his long-term project Ultradistancia. Can you recognise your city? Continue reading...

    Argentina and UK agree to ‘remove obstacles’ to Falklands development Agreement means more frequent flights between islands and Argentina and possibility of joint hydrocarbon explorationBuenos Aires and London have agreed to extend flights between the Falkland Islands and Argentina and to explore the possibility of joint hydrocarbon exploration in the south Atlantic. Related: Argentina promises 'respectful' cooperation over Falklands ...

    Argentina football officials order team to fix crooked field after 30 years Liniers team president says Google Maps images prompted sudden call to change field, where goal lines are slanted and one half is shorter than the otherFrom above, the football pitch in Liniers – a working-class neighbourhood in Buenos Aires – looks like an elementary school pupil’s first attempts...

    Pope endorsement softens stance on divorced Catholics Pope Francis praises Argentinian document stating some in ‘irregular family situations’ could receive communionPope Francis has issued a remarkable endorsement of major changes in the way priests approach Catholics who are divorced and remarried, in a move that could open the door to some of them receiving communion.The Vatican announced on Tuesday that...

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