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The government has filed a judicial request to block the Odebrecht construction giant from receiving more than AR $450 million and US $45 million for work it carried out on the expansion of a natural gas pipeline network on the

If you are a superstitious person and really hope the Argentina will win the World Cup, I have got bad news for you. The national team has just cancelled a meeting with Pope Francis in Rome, which had been planned …

The third anniversary of the #NiUnaMenos movement was marked Sunday and Monday across the country, with a particular emphasis on the campaign for legal, safe, and free abortions as the Lower House enters the home stretch on debate on …

This Wednesday marks World Transplant Day, an opportunity to honor and acknowledge those who are medically obliged to depend on the generosity of others, and a day to consider the importance of organ donation in the lives of Argentines. In …

The ongoing process to identify Argentine soldiers buried on the Malvinas Islands has resulted in another match, bringing the total number of identified soldiers to 92.

The Human Rights Secretariat has confirmed that it has identified the body of Julio …

Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña has paid tribute in London to soldiers killed during the Malvinas War, reciprocating the gesture made by UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during his visit to Buenos Aires last month.

Visiting the British capital as …

Social movements and unions will be marching to Plaza de Mayo today in protest against the government’s policies, with many leaders pointing to the announced veto of the law capping utility bill as fueling discontent among protesters.

Today’s event at …

Addressing the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Ministerial Council meeting in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron has targeted the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Buenos Aires as a key moment to draft a roadmap for what he has called …

Buenos Aires Governor María Eugenia Vidal has ruled out a presidential bid for 2019, promising to throw her support behind President Mauricio Macri’s re-election efforts instead.

Vidal has much higher approval ratings than Macri, and as governor of the country’s …

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Economic Development (OECD) has projected Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth for Argentina to 2 percent on the back of concerns over the impact of recent exchange rate volatility and the steps taken to calm …