A policeman fires tear gas at people who tried to loot a supermarket as they throw stones at police in San Fernando, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires

 
A policeman fires tear gas at people who tried to loot a supermarket as they throw stones at police in San Fernando, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires
A policeman fires tear gas at people who tried to loot a supermarket as they throw stones at police in San Fernando, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, December 21, 2012. At least two people were killed in Argentina as looters broke into supermarkets in several cities, stirring memories of the country's devastating economic crisis 11 years ago. The violence erupted on Thursday in the Patagonian ski resort of Bariloche when dozens of looters stormed a supermarket and made off with LCD televisions and other goods. Government officials condemned the violence and deployed 400 military police to the southern city. Similar unrest broke out in the central city of Rosario and in several parts of the urban sprawl that surrounds the capital Buenos Aires early on Friday. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian