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Former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner appeared yesterday on Russia Today’s Conversando con Correa, a show hosted by former Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa, and discussed both of their experiences as heads of state associated with the wave of leftist …

Following a 6-5 vote in the Supreme Court (STF), former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has lost his habeas corpus appeal, meaning that he must serve time in prison while he appeals a corruption conviction.

The STF decision, …

Brazil is on a knife-edge as it gears up for a Supreme Court (STF) ruling expected today that will determine whether former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio ‘Lula’ da Silva is taken into custody.

Lula’s defense team has lodged a habeas

The world of Argentine football has been in shock since the existence of a child abuse ring targeting teenagers playing in football club’s academies was uncovered. Youngsters who came to Buenos Aires from the interior of the country and lived …

The United States is one step closer to slapping anti-dumping duties on Argentine biodiesel, further to the existing duties for “unfair subsidies” that have already been placed on the exports.

Today’s finding by the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) …

Former Planning Minister Julio de Vido has been indicted in connection with an Odebrecht graft investigation by Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas.

De Vido, who is currently in pre-trial detention and is facing a litany of corruption accusations, was indicted along …

Argentina’s poverty rate at the end of 2017 descended to 25.7 percent according to the INDEC, down on the 28.6 percent rate for the first half of 2017 and 30.3 percent at the end of 2016.

The INDEC figures also …

The government has confirmed that natural gas prices will be increasing by an average of 32 percent starting Sunday.

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren said today that while the maximum increase for natural gas consumers will be in the range …

Four bullets were fired yesterday at two buses that form part of former Brazilian president Luliz Inácio Lula da Silva’s tour of southern Brazil, with members of Lula’s team accusing “fascists” of being responsible.

Following earlier attacks on Sunday involving …

Defense Minister Oscar Aguad will have to answer questions about the search for the ARA San Juan in front of a special Congressional Bicameral Committee looking into the fate of the submarine.

Aguad will appear on April 17 before the …