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Articles by Hattie Webb

For the first time in 16 years, the armed forces will parade through the streets of the City of Buenos Aires in the presence of an Argentine President to celebrate the country’s bicentenary.

For this particular celebration, which will take …

In what has been described as a “heinous” terrorist attack, three suicide bombers opened fire in a busy Istanbul Airport, Turkey late on Tuesday. Currently the death toll stands at 41, of which 13 are foreign nationals, while a further …

According to statistics provided by the City of Buenos Aires, the cost of expenses for an apartment in the capital has risen by 39.2 percent over the last year: the highest increase in six years and in some cases, now …

Today is Public Workers’ Day, which means that some public services and administration offices will be closed. Not all districts adhere to the holiday however, including the City of Buenos Aires and Neuquén, where public administration services will operate

A study conducted by the Argentine-Israeli Associates Delegation (DAIA) found that reports of anti-Semitism in Argentina increased by 55 percent in 2015. Ariel Cohen Sabban, president of the DAIA, was received this morning by President Mauricio Macri in Olivos, Greater …

Following the news today that the Buenos Aires Zoo will finally close it gates, new information has been released about the interactive ecological park, or Eco Park as it’s being called, that will take over the 44-acre space near Plaza …

After years of protests over the treatment of its animals, the Buenos Aires Zoo will finally be closed down, the City Government has announced. The space, located near Plaza Italia in Palermo, will be transformed into an ecological park and 

Members of the Latin American trade bloc Mercosur and the European Union (EU) are meeting today and tomorrow in Montevideo, Uruguay to discuss making certain concessions to liberate trade movement between the two blocs. Draft proposals were submitted by Mercosur …

If you’ve ever wondered what life on the Malvinas Islands is like, now might be your chance to experience it first hand. A proposal for an academic exchange program has been put forward in order to rebuild a “channel of

Celebrations to mark Argentina’s National Flag Day yesterday in the city of Rosario, Santa Fe Province, were marred by violence when police forces prevented protestors from accessing the square where President Mauricio Macri was delivering an address and subsequently repressed …