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While tourists are enjoying the winter break on the snowy ski slopes of Bariloche, simmering unrest between the indigenous Mapuche community and national forces threatens to reach boiling point.

European” Argentina has a complex and dark history in …

As the debate over the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion continues, the medical sector is in a state of turmoil. Between doctors being shamed for carrying out legal abortions, growing divisions between opposing sides of the debate, and …

As both sides of the debate ramp up their activity in anticipation of the vote on August 8, another public letter has been published calling for Senators to pass the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion in Argentina.Following Margaret Atwood’s …

While the outcome of the abortion debate in the Senate is still very much anyone’s guess, one thing is becoming crystal-clear: should the bill be passed, implementation will be a whole new struggle. The bill not only seeks to decriminalize …

While there’s no doubt that the pro-life side of the abortion debate has increasingly made its presence felt in recent days, to those on the other side of the issue, it feels like the movement’s arguments are positively medieval. Well, …

The Argentine government released a statement expressing its recognition of Mexico’s elections which took place yesterday and congratulating the President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, also referred to as AMLO.

It’s hard to believe that nearly two weeks have gone by since Argentina’s Lower House voted to pass the bill legalizing abortion, a momentous step that represented the culmination of years of campaigning by the Campaña nacional por el Derecho

Latin America has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world. Abortion is illegal under any circumstance in six countries: the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Suriname. In the majority of Latin America, getting an …