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A potentially imminent attack on Syrian soil by the US military has prompted Argentina to break silence and take a stand on the conflict affecting the Arab nation.

One day before its role as head of the UN Security Council …

Oh my God, you guys!

It’s like summer out there!!! AGHHHHHHHHHH FINALLY! I mean, it’s totally Winter but if you live in Buenos Aires and decided to leave the house today, you may have noticed that the weather is so …

Welcome to our new section, “What’s the deal with…,” a comprehensive guide to understanding the most complex issues in Argentina. And by “most complex” I obviously mean “regular issues” that pretty much everyone understands except for you because you’re too …

Aha. Here are two words you don’t usually get to hear in the same sentence.

While speaking at a political rally, Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro referred to the miracle of Jesus in the Gospels and said that his government “…

  • You don’t get to vote because you’re a foreigner.

That is all.

Haha. No, I’m kidding. But seriously now, foreigners are not allowed to vote in national elections unless they legally become Argentine citizens. So if you want to vote …

Oh my God. Get ready.

Get ready to cringe. Get ready to cover your eyes and go: “Please tell me that didn’t happen.”

Remember the Ángeles Rawson murder case? The 16-year-old from Palermo who was murdered last …

I know. Shame on me, right?

There’s this unbelievable work of art just laying out there in the open, and I only learn about it because The Telegraph puts up a photo gallery of it. Well, whatever. I have …

Move over, Cristiano Ronaldo!

Go try and seduce some eurotrash Italian widow, because King Leo has just stolen another crown from you. Not only he is the undisputed king of the football. Not only he seems to be a great …

Whoever said the National Government is incapable of being empathetic, has no idea what they are talking about. This morning, as many homes and businesses throughout the city fell victim of a short-lived deluge, the Casa Rosada (or “Pink House” …

Over 400 animals have been found dead in the Córdoba town of Dean Funes since Sunday morning. Toxicology reports show they were poisoned with a strong insecticide regularly used to protect crops, a statement by the local municipality said. Concern …