Argentina bids final farewell to favorite son Maradona

Huge crowds bade a grief-filled adieu on Nov. 26 to Argentina's favorite son Diego Maradona before he was buried on the outskirts of the capital after a farewell that at times descended into chaos.

As darkness fell, the football legend was laid to rest after a ceremony attended by family and close friends in the leafy surrounds of the Bella Vista cemetery outside Buenos Aires.

Small carnivorous dinosaur discovered

Fossilized remains of a new species of dinosaur that lived 90 million years ago have been discovered in Patagonia, Argentine paleontologists announced on June 4. 

The winged dinosaur had legs similar to the velociraptor and experts believe it may hold the key to revealing information about the evolution of birds.

Argentina Banned Civilian Flights until September 1

Argentina has banned all domestic and international civilian flights until September 1 because of the spread of the coronavirus, the BBC reported.

Authorities have announced that airlines should not sell tickets for flights that may not be operated within the next 4 months.

Industry has warned that thousands of people may lose their jobs.

Executive Director of BSMEPA Dr. Boyko Takov Met with HE Mr. Alberto Trueba Ambassador of the Argentine Republic to the Republic of Bulgaria

Dr. Boyko Takov, Executive Director of BSMEPA, held a meeting with the Ambassador of Argentina, HE. . Alberto Trueba and Mr. Jordan Stoychev, Head of the Economic and Trade Section of the Embassy of Argentine Republic to the Republic of Bulgaria.

First Romanian to cycle Americas from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego completes epic journey

Radu Paltineanu is the first Romanian to have cycled the Americas north to south from Alaska (US) to Tierra del Fuego - Argentine, in a more than 34,500 km journey that started on August 5, 2015 and saw him reach the finish in Ushuaia, at the 'End of the World' on the evening of October 22, 2018, after 3 years, 2 months and 17 days.

Reds succumb to Milan but PAOK sweeps BATE

Olympiakos surrendered its early lead as it crumbled at Milan to concede three goals in 10 minutes, but PAOK built on its own early lead to defeat host BATE Borisov in Thursday's group games for the Europa League.

AC Milan beat Olympiakos 3-1 at the San Siro despite the Greeks' lead up to the 70th minute through a Miguel Angel Guerrero strike on the 14th minute.