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Articles by Sarah Morland

Remember Juan Rosario Mazzone, that La Banda Mayor who landed himself in a bit of trouble last month after photos emerged featuring what appeared to be an underage sex party in his country house?

Well, the good news is that …

Federal prosecutors and members of the Judicial Employees Union came announced this afternoon from the Comodoro Py courthouse that they will be leading a silent march on February 18th to commemorate the one month milestone following the “macabre death” of …

Yet another strange coincidence which occurred on public television last Monday afternoon has now gone viral and sent the conspiracy theorists flying for their keyboards. While a journalist was reporting on the latest in the Nisman chronicles, a car was …

Police sources have confirmed the shooting of a 53-year-old tourist yesterday in a central Argentine tourist hub, Mar del Plata.

The middle-aged man was shot at in the chest during a brief struggle during the attempted robbery of a local …

On the President’s first active day in “the world’s number one economy,” Cristina tweeted a message which, like a lot of the stuff she says, caused a bit of a controversy: “Argentine flags in the Tiananmén Men (sic) square, [presumably …

On an aptly-timed vacation from political crisis, President Fernández de Kirchner arrived in Beijing yesterday. The President, whose schedule runs from today till Thursday, has been keeping her avid Twitter followers au courant with regular posts.

Early today (like, really …

Alright, everyone.

Better stand straight and tuck your shirts in because it’s back to business as usual at the Casa Rosada. Now that the collective anger is gone and we can all go back to talking about the totally awesome …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner faces yet another onslaught of criticism after yesterday afternoon’s announcement of Roberto Carlés as her candidate to replace Justice Eugenio Zaffaroni, who resigned aged 75 last year (in accordance with Article 2 of Law …

With all this Nisman insanity, freak weather and a tampon debacle to boot, you may not be alone in wanting to split the city for a stretch and give yourself a well-earned break, in, say… Uruguay? Try La Pedrera,  a …

Cai Guo-Qiang is the answer to all you people who thought art was boring. This Saturday at sunset, the New York-based Chinese contemporary artist will be showcasing on Riachuelo his first ever event to be fully designed and produced in …