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Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, his wife first lady Juliana Awada and their daughter Antonia wave from a balcony of the Casa Rosada government palace after the inauguration ceremony in Buenos Aires on Thursday
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let’s Change) alliance, kisses his wife Juliana Awada as Argentina’s ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli watches at the end of the presidential debate ahead of November 22 run-off election in Buenos Aires.
Boca Juniors fans cheer their team before a Copa Libertadores round of sixteen soccer match against River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman sleeps in front of a painting decorating a subway station in Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks her dogs by police temporarily blocking protesters from entering one of the main roads into the capital, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Opposition labour unions are demanding more jobs, better salaries and tax cuts with protests and a 36-hour strike
Martin Tata rides his horse Milonga as he guides other horses to a corral in San Antonio de Areco, Argentina. In San Antonio de Areco, a bastion of Argentine gaucho culture outside the capital of Buenos Aires, the 33-year-old Tatta is known as “the horse whisperer.”
Port workers demonstrate outside the customs building in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The protesters say the government is not paying retired port workers their state pension plan, affecting over 1,000 of their union members.
A man runs past a street painting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Monday. The mural, by artist Alfredo Segatori, known as “Pelado”, covers the wall of a bridge in the Palermo district.
Supporters of Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez celebrate after hearing presidential spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro announce that Ms Fernandez is in good spirits after a successful surgery outside the Favaloro Hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Thousands of people hold up signs reading “Justice” as they gather to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the 1994 bombing of the Argentine Israeli Mutual Association Jewish community center in Buenos Aires on Thursday.