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According to official numbers, there are 160 museums in Buenos Aires. Not only that, but 59 percent of those are completely free and can be found in 30 of the 48 barrios that make up the city. There’s a little …

After stealing Brazil’s position as top destination for tourists in South America, Argentina is at it again – with Buenos Aires being awarded the superlative of most liveable city in Latin America, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Index

As more business leaders and public officials involved in the “notebooks scandal” continue to try to convince both Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutors Carlos Stornelli and Claudio Rívolo to grant them plea deals, more damning testimonies about former Kirchnerite …

With so many climatological changes going on around the world – forest fires in Finland, Cali and Greece, flooding and mudslides in Japan or the Mount Fuego Eruption (did nobody get that spoiler alert?) – inhabitants of Buenos Aires are …

On July 27th, the government announced further increases of the fares for buses and trains operating in the City and the Greater Buenos Aires area. Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that minimum bus fares would increase in installments over the …

Update: Diego Cabot, the journalist who broke the “notebooks scandal” story, received access to and published the most relevant extracts of former public official Claudio Uberti’s statement last night.

Uberti, who between 2003 and 2007 was the head of the …

Yesterday was a chaotic day for the Argentine foreign exchange market, which the exchange rate for the US dollar rising 3 percent to AR $30.68. This, after the price of the dollar in Argentine pesos has already skyrocketed an accumulated

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Today, Cristina Kirchner testified before federal judge Claudio Bonadio in the ongoing, explosive “Notebook Scandal,” which many say is building up to be one of the greatest corruption scandals in the history of Argentina.

After arriving at the Comodoro Py

Update: As anticipated, the former President refused to answer any questions in her appearance before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, and instead delivered a written statement, in which she requested both the judge and Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli be recused from …