People are voting in Argentina's presidential run-off. Sluggish economic growth could provoke a lurch to the right. Opposition leader Mauricio Macri framed the election as a choice between 21st century development and 21st century socialism.
Ex-Argentine president Cristina Kirchner is to run for the senate. But the decision is likely to split the left-wing opposition's chances against President Mauricio Macri’s coalition.
Buenos Aires' mayor will become Argentina's next president, ending more than a decade of leftist rule. Leftist contender Daniel Scioli conceded defeat after the vote count showed Macri leading with a fair margin.
Often described as a macho millionaire with a heart for the poor and a political turncoat, former powerboat racer Daniel Scioli faces his opponent in a runoff vote for the Argentine presidency in November.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is struggling to duck her Mexican visit's symbolism, south of Donald Trump's planned border wall. She has discussed trade and digital rules. DW's Michaela Küfner is with the chancellor.
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