Delia Flores runs a logistics company in Argentina. Her 45 employees transport goods to several countries in South America. She is also involved in women's organizations, where she's seeking to empower women and promote gender equality.
Argentine police have found around 75 Nazi artifacts in a collector's home near Buenos Aires. The haul provides more evidence of the presence of high-ranking Nazis in South America after World War II.
Ahead of the World Economic Forum in Buenos Aires and a general strike on April 6, DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge shares her impressions of a rapidly changing society and economy in Argentina.
Chile's investigations police have declassified a trove of files shedding light on the activities of Nazi agents in the South American country during World War II. One spy ring had plotted to destroy the Panama Canal.
Heart problems - that's how Chagas disease may manifest itself. But by then, the infection will have been in a patient's body for many years. That’s why the disease is rarely treated. But it also has to do with poverty.
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