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Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was indicted yesterday in the so-called “notebooks scandal.” And although this is the six court case against her, this case is especially relevant due to its magnitude, the numerous amount of high-profile public and …

Federal judge Claudio Bonadío has charged former President Cristina Kirchner in the so-caled “notebooks scandal” case and accused her of being the leader of an “illicit organization” that awarded government contracts to private companies in exchange for kickbacks.

Bonadío has …

Five years ago, if someone announced that they were vegan in Buenos Aires I have a sneaky suspicion that stones would have been thrown at them. Pitchforks would have appeared, and the angry mob would have descended. Half-a-decade later and …

This weekend’s news cycle revolved entirely around former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and corruption accusations against her.

First, disgraced former Public Works Secretary José López revealed to judicial authorities that the infamous bags full of cash he was caught …

The history of gender politics in Argentina is a tale of ongoing tensions. Even as the country begins to face up to the nefarious legacy of toxic masculinity and machismo culture, Argentina remains one of the countries with the highest …

The upcoming presidential elections in Brazil will have a direct impact in Argentina.

As the country’s largest trading partner, its economic stability and the political course it takes as a result of the elections could contribute to curve the economic …

We’ve all used the expression “stranger than fiction” before. You know, it’s that phrase you use when something is so apeshit crazy that nobody in their right mind could’ve come up with. You see those stories in the news all …

I have a pretty good constitution in terms of getting creeped out in the cinema. There’s very little that will actually skeeve me out. Horror films — particularly the supernatural or super-gory kind — are a walk in the park.

Anyone else avoiding reading the news? Me too. With everything becoming apparently more expensive day by day and pessimistic economists forecasting the worst, we all need a chance to forget about the financial apocalypse for just a moment. With plenty …

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) still has Argentina’s request to revise the US $50 billion stand-by agreement reached in June at the top of its agenda. As a fund mission again traveled south yesterday, statements from the Fund’s Managing Director, …