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Brazilian President Michel Temer’s visit to Argentina will be marked by the outright rejection of his tenure by protesters. Temer may very well think of Macri as a key ally in the region — yesterday he told La Nación that

Tinder: Not just for hookups and awkward dates anymore. Now the app can also count among its services the ability to infiltrate radical groups conspiring against the government – or, as it turned out in this case, groups of people …

We engage in some discussion about the recent anti-government demonstration dubbed “The Resistance March”, and make some comparisons with the past. There’s disagreement between hosts Fernando Farías, Bianca Fernet and Demian Bio.
And we cover other stories of the week, …

In the first weekend since Brazil’s Senate impeached Dilma Rousseff from the country’s presidency and Michel Temer was sworn into power, it became clear that many will not take what they describe as a coup sitting down. While in China …

If you had to go somewhere in the City of Buenos Aires today, you probably noticed that the streets, especially in the downtown neighborhoods close to Plaza de Mayo, are absolute chaos. And I’m sorry to tell you this is …

Many Brazilians gathered to celebrate Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment with champagne and cake in one of Brazil´s most iconic areas, Paulista Avenue in São Paulo. They rejoiced over Rousseff ousting in front of the São Paulo Federation of Industries (FIESP), which …

Following a number of threats against President Mauricio Macri and an incident last Friday that saw protesters hurl rocks at a government vehicle transporting the head of state, Security Minister Patricia Bullrich announced that the President’s security would be tightened. …

It might sound weird, but Brazilians have low self esteem. As newspapers painted a grim portrait of what was supposed to be a calamitous Olympics, Brazilians braced themselves for the criticism.

But when supermodel Gisele Bundchen cruised the Maracanã stadium …

You’ve probably already heard about and gotten the heebie-jeebies over the new protocol for roadblocking protests last week. In case civil disobedience isn’t really your jam, we’re here with a quick run-down in time for tomorrow’s demonstration against the government’s …

Today is set to be an important day for ñoquis. Not the pasta, of course, but public sector workers who’ve appropriated the term, which refers to government workers who allegedly collect paychecks despite being actively unproductive. As the number of …