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Articles by Katie McCay

After three days of trepidation for María Jimena Rico Montero’s family and friends, the 28-year-old Argentine-Spanish woman who disappeared with her Egyptian girlfriend on Monday has now made contact with her family in Spain. The couple, who were escaping to …

This morning, Paraguay’s Ciudad del Este might as well have been the set of a Hollywood thriller. The city, which neighbors Argentina’s Puerto Iguazú on the triple border with Brazil, was left in a state of chaos after a huge …

Thursday, in the National Senate, representatives from Ni Una Menos participated in a debate on policies and political discourse concerning – you guessed it – women, and they had a clear message to share: “No to punitive demagogy, no …

Let’s all just take a moment to remember that time, back in 2012, when Argentina’s then president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner visited Harvard University. In one fell swoop, she managed to dodge practically every question about the failings of her …

Just like me after a couple of glasses of Mendoza’s finest, Argentina’s wine industry hasn’t been particularly steady over the last few years. After a remarkably promising decade, which saw the sector’s exports multiply fourteen-fold, approaching US $1 billion in …

Known to the press by just the initials G.E.D.M., an Uber driver has been official convicted for the first time in Argentina. In an abbreviated trial process initiated by the City’s Public Prosecution, yesterday the driver accepted a suspended sentence

Over the weekend, Argentina was rocked once again by the violent murder of yet another young woman. 21-year-old Micaela García, who was found strangled to death on Saturday after a weeklong search, is the latest victim to be added to …

You’ve got to hand it to traffic cops around the world, they do a good job at keeping their cool considering their clientele. And, judging from a new compilation of on-duty video footage, it seems that traffic control agents in …

If you thought the rain was bad in Buenos Aires this weekend, think again. Residents of Comodoro Rivadavia, in Argentina’s Chubut province, had more to complain about than spending a whole five minutes rifling around for an umbrella.

Comodoro was …

Tired of spending your days aimlessly trawling the Internet but struggling to find a different kind of web to distract yourself from the real world? Well, now you’re in luck – Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno is bringing a new installation …