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Articles by Rory Symon

Since the launch of its website, the British government has been advising its citizens on their travel plans with such gems as, “Don’t get Zika in Brazil” and, “Never, under any circumstances, go to France unless it’s to beat the …

Lionel Messi isn’t a man who’s used to sitting on benches, especially not ones in a court room. He’s also not that used to getting insulted, unless of course he’s in Madrid or a Japanese airport.

But this morning, as …

After a drop in the water levels of the Río de la Plata, a sea lion was stranded for two days in in San Fernando, 12 miles north of the City of Buenos Aires.

The beached animal was sadly ill-equipped …

If it’s packed to the brim with sugar and makes children go absolutely ape shit, chances are its owned by Coca-Cola. If it contributes to obesity and the prices of shares, Coca-Cola definitely owns it.  And now there’s is a …

As car chases go, this one sounds quite low budget. Imagine the scene. A Tuesday night in the province of Entre Rios, a Volkswagen containing a father and son is being pursued, at maybe, like, 70 km/h by a …

It may have been Racing legend Diego Milito’s last game at the Juan Domingo Péron Stadium, but there is a little glimmer of hope coming out of Avellaneda.

Two young boys were photographed peeking over the barrier onto the pitch …

Barcelona took until extra-time to defeat Sevilla in Sunday’s Copa del Rey final, with Neymar and Jordi Alba both scoring with the help of a certain Leo Messi.

The match was a rather ugly affair with three red cards, two …

In the latest installment of “Who can be the nicest to the Malvinas islanders?” the Argentine government has announced it’ll be looking into reinstating flights to the islands as well as providing medical aid on the basis of “humanitarian grounds,” …

Have you always wanted to become part of the free-market revolution and stand up to the taxi mafia, or are you a hardcore traditionalist trying to crush the excesses of capitalism and choice? Either way: it’s finally here! The taxi …

Arriving in the City of Buenos Aires from just over the River Plate, Uruguayan team Nacional may well have feared the worst having not managed to secure a victory at home in Montevideo in the previous round.

But 20 minutes …