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By Daniel Politi, Associated Press
In our news wrap Sunday, a rocket strike killed at least one person in Russia’s Belgorod region while Russian shelling in Kherson killed at least three civilians, North Korea test-fired two ballistic missiles capable of striking Japan, the mayor of…
After 36 years, Argentina is back on top of the soccer world after defeating France to clinch the 2022 World Cup title. In all, it was a tournament to remember — with major upsets, ascending talent, controversies and a thrilling…
Lionel Messi’s once-in-a-generation career is complete. The Argentina superstar is finally a World Cup champion.
By Steve Douglas, Associated Press
A panel of judges in Argentina has found Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner guilty of corruption. Her sentence is 6 years in prison and a lifetime ban from public office, although she's certain to appeal.
By Almudena Calatrava, Associated Press
Lionel Messi delivered again for his country, marking the 1,000th game of his era-defining career with his first goal in the knockout stage of a World Cup to lead Argentina to a 2-1 win over Australia on Saturday.
Lionel Messi was almost in tears as he grabbed and shook his jersey in front of Argentina’s celebrating fans, then blew a kiss and looked to the sky.
Saudi Arabia scored one of the biggest World Cup upsets ever by beating Lionel Messi’s Argentina 2-1 on Tuesday.
By Almudena Calatrava, Daniel Politi, Associated Press
Judicial and law enforcement authorities were investigating Friday whether a Brazilian citizen who appears to have tried to assassinate Argentina’s politically powerful Vice President Cristina Fernández was a lone gunman or whether he was part of a larger organization.
By Almudena Calatrava, Daniel Politi, Leonardo la Valle, Associated Press
Opera star Placido Domingo's name has appeared in an investigation of a sect-like group in Argentina that also had U.S. offices and whose leaders have been charged with numerous crimes, including sexual exploitation.
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