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Argentine Cooperative Sorts Recyclables

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Exhibit Features Gaultier Wedding Attire

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Despite More Government Spending, Buenos Aires Schools Struggle to Feed Students

Region: Argentina

Topics: Education

In Buenos Aires, public-school cafeterias were struggling to feed every student, so a government increase in spending per plate was a welcome change. But it’s been one year since the increase took effect, and some students are still going home hungry.

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Argentine Scouts Celebrate Good Deeds Day

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Teen Practices Acrobatics in Buenos Aires

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Virtual Reality at Argentine Film Festival

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Buenos Aires March Demands Release of Prominent Activist

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Argentina Seeks Stronger Measures To Counter Human Trafficking

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human Rights

In the last decade, thousands of people have received help from government programs in Argentina to counter human trafficking. But advocates say those programs fall short of meeting the needs of trafficked persons, many of them girls and young women forced into sex work.

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Argentine Children Make LED-Light Flags

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Cuts to Science Budget in Argentina Endanger Work on Promising Toxoplasmosis Vaccine

Region: Argentina

Topics: Jobs

Since 2004, Argentina's science council has consistently raised the number of researchers hired annually, but the past two years have witnessed a 50-percent drop in annual hiring. The budget cuts have sparked two sit-ins and other demonstrations, as well as uncertainty among scientists and the threat of a brain drain. The previous investment in science had helped markedly to develop a promising vaccine against toxoplasmosis, a dangerous parasite infecting half of all pregnant women in Buenos Aires province.

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