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Yesterday, thousands marched in Buenos Aires beginning at 7 PM to protest former President and current senator Cristina Kirchner, a demonstration that culminated in the gathering of a significant crowd outside of Congress last night.

The protest— which denounced

I know, I know. I also can’t decide. Should I take the raincoat, just in case, or should I dress up expecting one of those warm waves of damp air that seem to be oozing out from the Subte? I …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner publicly asked members of her caucus, Unidad Ciudadana, to vote in favor of authorizing the request from Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to raid her properties, in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case.

She …

We all have that friend. You know the one. He or she recently had a baby and they can’t stop talking about it. It was kind of cute at first but now it’s getting a bit tiresome. You’ve been meaning …

Ayahuasca is rapidly becoming the discerning backpacker’s drug of choice in South America, as they shun mainstream cocaine and paraguayo in search of something a little more esoteric. In intricate ceremonies taking place in the Amazon rainforest, tourists imbibe the …

As much as we thrill with stories of heroism and valor, there’s just something inherently compelling about a bad guy. From Hannibal Lecter to Walter White to Tony Soprano, popular culture is rife with examples of monstrous, morally-bereft characters committing

On Sunday, President Mauricio Macri discussed the possibility of having Cristina Kirchner go to prison as a result of her alleged involvement in the so-called ‘notebooks scandal,’ in which she stands accused of being the head of an illicit organization …

Let’s be honest. On a raw, wintry day, tucking into a big bowl of soup feels like the only rational activity. When your feet have been damp for what feels like weeks, when you no longer remember what a blue

Ever since the “notebooks scandal” broke, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner stayed silent and refrained from addressing the many shocking revelations that came after.

In fact, when she had to appear before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to testify regarding …

For the first time in the ‘Notebooks Scandal,’ a confession from high ranking business leader in Argentina can be connected to a concrete decision made by the Kirchner administration.

News surfaced today that yesterday, business leader Gabriel Romero admitted before …