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After an incident late last Sunday in which a Flybondi aircraft’s tail crashed into the runway during take-off, federal prosecutor Franco Picardi asked that all of the airline’s flights be suspended until safety concerns within the company can be fully …

Colombian start-up Rappi, often described as an “Uber for things,” is the first online delivery app to have its workers go on strike due to poor working conditions. According to the employees, the app that promises to deliver products …

Yesterday afternoon saw the unveiling of the newly-expanded sidewalk from sections of Carlos Pellegrini down to calle Florida along Avenida Corrientes. The project aims to deter privately owned vehicles from entering the most congested areas of downtown in a …

A thirty year-old man struck and killed 23 year-old French tourist Jonathan Elie Louis Jauneau while driving his Ford Fiesta last night in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo. While the victim died on the scene, the driver – a …

After 14 months of investigation, Argentina’s Airport Security Police (PSA) have derailed yet another group of “abrevalijas (literally, suitcase openers). Ten suspects involved in the organized theft of passengers’ luggage and belongings at Ezeiza International Airport have been

Melany Agustina Aguiar was last seen Friday at the Faculty of Medicine in Buenos Aires, but as of this morning has been found unharmed in the northern suburb Del Viso, Pilar according to police sources.

The Security Minister of Buenos …

In the province of Buenos Aries, 24 percent of girls and women report having unprotected sex because their partner does not want to use contraception. According to a survey of 2,766 young people, women are more than three times as …

The law on medicinal use of cannabis was passed at the end of March 2017. However, more than a year later, Argentina neither produces nor allows the personal cultivation of the plant. Only patients with refractory epilepsy are permitted to …

Yesterday saw the first indictment of a “Caza-Uber” (“Uber hunter”) in Buenos Aires, with 32-year old taxi driver Martín Sensón receiving a AR $100,000 penalty and the suspension of his license. Sensón was charged with crimes of minor damage …