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There are few details on how the documents will be released, but this morning’s announcement that Catholic Church has finished the process of sorting and cataloguing archives from Argentina’s last dictatorship and will soon make them available to victims and …

There was lots of excitement yesterday afternoon when the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo organization announced it had managed to locate yet another child of disappeared parents, fast dubbed “Grandchild 121.” The man, whose full identity has still not …

On September 18, 2006, Jorge Julio López, a retired mason, left his house in the morning and never returned. Now, 10 years later, that is still the last thing we know about his whereabouts. López, who was illegally detained and …

We know the weather has been crummy and we gave you a fab Argentine classic movie starter pack to keep you indoors this weekend, but resist the temptation! Subway fares are staying low (for now), the rain has stopped, and

Yesterday, former Army Chief César Milani was summoned by La Rioja Province Federal Judge Daniel Herrera Piedrabuena to answer questions regarding alleged crimes against humanity committed during the last military dictatorship.

According to local sources, Milani will testify on …

Former Domestic Trade Secretary and vociferous Kirchnerite Guillermo Moreno has gone to bat against the Macri administration with a few extremely controversial words: not only did he compare President Mauricio Macri’s administration to Jorge Rafael Videla’s military dictatorship, but he …

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Last week, US President Barack Obama condemned former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for her “anti-American” rhetoric while heaping praise on her conservative successor and current Casa Rosada resident Mauricio Macri ahead of his visit to Argentina this week.

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White House sources yesterday announced that on the occasion of US President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Argentina next week, the US government will declassify all military, intelligence and law enforcement records on Argentina’s last military dictatorship, in which it …

White House sources have confirmed that US President Barack Obama intends on honoring those disappeared during the last military dictatorship during his visit to Argentina next week, which falls on the 40th anniversary of the 1976 coup that installed the …