President of Argentina Won’t Face Charges

An Argentine appellate court dismissed a criminal case Thursday against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her political supporters that accused them of conspiring to hide Iranian officials’ involvement in a bombing here in 1994.

The land of trout and gauchos

In the remote valley of the Cisnes there is no phone signal and no wi-fi. Even people are few and far between. But there is one thing that draws in tourists - the trout, as Tom Fort found on a fly-fishing trip to Patagonia.

Breastfeeding 'linked to higher IQ'

A long-term study has pointed to a link between breastfeeding and intelligence. Advice remains that exclusive breastfeeding for around the first six months of life provides health benefits to babies