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Articles by Anna Cummings

President Mauricio Macri met with Chinese President Xi Jinping this morning in the context of the Global Nuclear Security Summit currently being held in Washington, DC. During the meeting, Macri requested China’s support in Argentina’s endeavor to host the next

A small study published last Wednesday sparked hopes that the United States’ National Institutes of Health (NIH) had succeeded in creating a single-dose vaccine that would be 100 percent effective against dengue. Before you get too excited, the vaccine is

According to a United Nations report entitled The Transatlantic Cocaine Market, Argentina has the highest per-capita cocaine usage in Latin America, and we’re one of the largest hubs for the drug’s export to Europe and Asia. Oops?

This particular …

Last week, Noticias’ Executive Editor Alejandra Daiha joined the collective effort to remind us that women just can’t win with an article entitled “The Return of the Trophy Wife,” featured on the magazine’s front cover, in which

Ecuador’s Undersecretary of Tourism, María Cristina Rivadeneira, resigned yesterday after remarking that “it was obvious that sooner or later, with these girls hitchhiking to Argentina, something was going bound to happen to them,” while discussing the double homicide that left …

The Perito Moreno Glacier in Santa Cruz Province is in the process of rupturing, but there is no cause for concern. Perito Moreno, which currently occupies 250 square kilometers of Los Glacieres National Park in Santa Cruz Province, is …

Speaking on TN last night, President Mauricio Macri’s father, Franco Macri, had some cute things to say about his son and provided listeners with a fascinating psychological portrait: “With all my heart, I didn’t want Mauricio to be President. But

The National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI), University of Buenos Aires’ (UBA) School of Architecture and Design (FADU) and Cooperative Dawn, a cartonero cooperative, are working together to design a lightweight, collapsible cart that will make the

US President Barack Obama is scheduled to be in Argentina on March 24th — the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice officially commemorating the beginning of the last military dictatorship — and not everyone is thrilled about it.


Buenos Aires Province Governor María Eugenia Vidal — the first women and non-Peronist to hold the office since 1987 — opened the province’s 144th legislative session yesterday evening. In honor of the event, she delivered a speech in