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Articles by Laura Herzog

Results from a Clarín international study of the costs of basic necessities in metropolitan areas around the world finds Buenos Aires products cost the most, up to 70 percent more, than in other major cities around the world. The individual …

Delcy Rodríguez, the Foreign Minister of Venezuela, held a press conference yesterday to justify Venezuela’s withdrawal from the Organization of American States (OAS). In the conference, Rodríguez released scathing remarks about Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra, targeting her …

Macri and Trump’s meeting today in the White House has, surprisingly, yielded rather immediate results for Argentina. In a joint statement, the pair announced Argentina will be the tenth country to join the United States Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP)

Chances are if you dream up a mental image of sexual assault, you would think about a heinous rape — something terrible, revolting, and clearly wrong where consent was clearly not given. While this is true, sexual assault includes violent …

While budget cuts have put a damper on some research sectors in Argentina, the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) has channeled funds into an area most Argentines can get behind — a plan to develop a 100

Today, President Mauricio Macri is meeting with petroleum and other energy executives in Houston, Texas to talk more about Argentina’s potential for energy production. Later this afternoon, he and First Lady Juliana Awada will fly to Washington D.C. for tomorrow’s …

Here’s a riddle for you: Three people walk into a bar, a Saudi Arabian, an Argentine, and a Swiss guy. When they order, how close do they stand next to each other? What about if the Argentine and Saudi …

Today in Plaza de Mayo, small farmers from the Workers of the Land Union (UTT) will distribute over 20 thousand kilograms of fresh produce to advocate for the implementation of emergency and long-term protective laws for small growers. According to …

The General Directorate of Statistics and Census for the city of Buenos Aires estimated that a family of four, including two adults and two minors, living in the city needs to earn AR $14,620 per month in order to stay …

The 19th annual Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI) kicked off yesterday, and will be held in the Gaumont cinema until the 30th of this month. The festival comes at a bittersweet time, just a week after National Institute …