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Articles by Seb Hancock

Twenty former Latin American presidents sent a letter to Pope Francis in which they criticize the Pontiff’s recent Christmas speech in which he asked, from the balconies of the Vatican Apostolic Palace before thousands in St. Peter’s Square, that “concord” …

State-run oil company YPF has implemented further decreases in its oil and gas prices starting Monday, January 7. Gas prices have dropped nationwide by 1.2 percent on average, but the figures vary significantly depending on the country’s region. While …

A new report from the Catholic University’s Social Debt Observatory analyzing the effects of poverty in Argentina shows that 33.6 percent of Argentines are poor. 

This is a 5 percent increased compared to the previous year, when the number was …

With a plethora of complex phenomena going on in the country and just a few labyrinthine responses to explain them, Google’s most-searched terms list this year in Argentina has come to confirm that 2018 has been, well, intense.

The family …

UPDATE: Strike Has Been Lifted, All Flights to Operate Normally

You’ve been warned.

Argentine Airline Union workers announced this morning that they intend to conduct a 48-hour strike on Thursday, December 13th and Friday, December 14th.

Unlike in past occasions, …

The Colegio Santa María in Salta has expelled a young fourth year boy named Santiago Casares after he made statements and presented himself in a way that “upset” teachers at the Catholic school. Four of his classmates who protested the …

After being crowned champion of the Copa Libertadores on Sunday night in Madrid, River Plate will represent South America at the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup, which begins in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday.

Coached by Marcelo Gallardo, …

On Sunday afternoon, the eyes of Argentina – and a good portion of the world – were set on the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, as River Plate and Boca Juniors clashed in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final. And …

Authorities from one of Argentina’s most exclusive gated communities, Nordelta, were forced to make concessions regarding internal transportation policies after accusations of discrimination by residents to workers went viral.

Namely, authorities announced their willingness to allow public transport in …

Merco Talento published a study indicating which are the Top 100 companies to work at in 2018, and the top five are as follows:Banco Galicia, Toyota, Unilever, Arcor and Google.

In order to create the ranking, the company …