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26 Nov 2020
In Buenos Aires, Argentines react to the death of football legend Diego Maradona aged 60. "I feel like it's a bad dream," says one local resident.
26 Aug 2020
People in Buenos Aires react to Lionel Messi informing Barcelona that he wants to terminate his contract, with some saying that the Spanish team will not let him leave while others hope he will be able to go and keep competing.
14 Jun 2020
Hundreds of Argentine social activists take to the streets of the capital Buenos Aires as they demand the government to help the most vulnerable communities facing the COVID-19 crisis. "When it comes to hunger, there's no lockdown" says Ricado Acuna, a protester.
10 Mar 2020
Fans of the Boca Juniors football club celebrate in Buenos Aires after their team become champions of Argentina's 2020 Superleague Tournament
10 Oct 2018
Russia took two gold swimming medals on Tuesday (October 9) at the Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, as Hungary and France won in fencing.
3 Dec 2017
Argentines take to the streets of Buenos Aires in part of a mass Tango to celebrate the famous dance.
4 Mar 2017
Buenos Aires, Argentina - First division football players in Argentina are on strike over unpaid wages and have refused to take part in this weekend’s matches.
8 Feb 2017
Dozens of bare-breasted women rally in Buenos Aires, demanding the right to sunbathe topless on public beaches.

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