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Articles by Kenza Bryan

When Pope Francis canonizes the “Gaucho Priest” on Sunday, the Catholic Church will have its first 100 percent, full-blooded Argentine saint. Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero was dubbed the “Gaucho Priest” due to the distinctive sombrero and poncho that he …

President Mauricio Macri is scheduled to meet with Pope Francis on Saturday afternoon following months of rumors of rising tensions between the two political leaders. There is reason to believe the meeting will go more smoothly than in the past, …

Good news at last! The number of foreign tourists coming into Argentina during August rose 1.8 percent to 189,200, compared to the same month last year. That marks the first increase in 17 months, according to the official figures from …

While you may have thoroughly enjoyed the novel feeling of being warm in the city this Saturday, rest assured that 11,754 marathon runners were finding it a little tougher to enjoy the nice weather. The participants ran 42km through the …

A condor nicknamed Luracatao after its place of origin has become the first animal from the former Buenos Aires zoo to be freed into its natural habitat, in the mountains near Salta. The City of Buenos Aires government’s recent closure …

On the surface, yesterday’s press conference celebrating the discovery of so-called “Grandchild 121” was a joyous occasion, in which one more feather was added to the bow of the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo. But the conference’s vocal criticism of

Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra will not, after all, be appointed as the first female leader of the United Nations, as the Security Council has unanimously chosen former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres as the organization’s next secretary-general. After a sixth …

National lawmaker Elisa Carrió was discharged from hospital this morning after she had to undergo a surprise heart operation. She had two stents put in to treat a major coronary artery and avoid a heart attack, after learning she had …

Incriminating footage has been released of a government employee trying to cover up his role in the theft of AR$170,000 in cash from the Santa Lucía municipality in Corrientes last week. The video shows Facundo Ortigoza, the municipality’s accountant, pretending …

There was lots of excitement yesterday afternoon when the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo organization announced it had managed to locate yet another child of disappeared parents, fast dubbed “Grandchild 121.” The man, whose full identity has still not …