American grain producers are suffering through their worst drought in a half century. But soy producers in Argentina are looking forward to record crops and profits. Ian Mount has the story from Buenos Aires.
Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the latest from reporter Ian Mount about a spectacular bank heist in Buenos Aires which took place over New Year's. Thieves apparently spent months digging a 100-foot-long tunnel into the bank and then robbed safe deposit boxes.
Correspondent Ian Mount reports on the growth of fan-related violence in the world of Argentine soccer. Three people have died since January. Correspondent Ian Mount reports that the pattern that leads to fan violence is proving hard to break.
Ian Mount reports on the popularity of one particular form of protest in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The roadblock is used by everyone from the unemployed to war veterans to highlight their demands ï¿½ whatever they may be.
Commodity exports have soared in recent years and they've helped cushion Latin America from much of the global downturn. But many countries including Argentina are still vulnerable. Ian Mount sent us this report from Buenos Aires.
The answer to our Geo Quiz today is Rosario. The Argentine city outside Buenos Aires has erected a new monument to its best-known native son, Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Correspondent Ian Mount prepared our report.
Argentina's first elected female President, Cristina Fern-ndez de Kirchner, promised to build on the economic boom engineered by her husband, ex-President Nestor Kirchner, but that's not how it's worked out, and Reporter Ian Mount explains why.
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