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The Cassation Court confirmed the indictment against police office Luis Chocobar, for aggravated homicide using a firearm with excessive force while on duty. The court, comprised by judges Mario Magariños, Daniel Morin and María Laura Garigós de Reboris, rejected an …

Argentina will initially be exempted from the steel and aluminum tariffs the Trump administration is set to implement shortly. According to the New York Times, the decision was announced today by the United States Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, at …

President Mauricio Macri announced yesterday in an interview that he will nominate Inés Weinberg de Roca for the position of Attorney General, an office Alejandra Gils Carbó emptied after her resignation last December. In the meantime, Eduardo Casal has been …

Finance Minister Luis Caputo will appear before a special committee in the Lower House to answer questions regarding the state of the country’s public debt and his personal relationship with several offshore organizations on April 4 at 9 AM, the …

As the G20 met in Buenos Aires to hash out issues such as global trade, the future of crypto and the policy issues ahead of the Leaders’ Summit at the end of the year, the ongoing negotiations over a trade …

Yesterday, the provincial office of Census and Statistics (DIPEC) released the first survey of transgender women in Jujuy. It revealed that of a total of 163 people, the majority live at a high level of social vulnerability due to a …

Global concerns about the possibility of an eruption of a trade war featured prominently as the first G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank governors concluded today in Buenos Aires. Also making an appearance was a seeming consensus to …

The four special committees in the Lower House that will debate the bill about the decriminalization and legalization of abortion will gather today in Congress, with the goal of establishing the guidelines for the process that is set to last …

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has long-since been President Mauricio Macri’s “white whale,” but now he’s using Argentina’s presidency of the G20 to lure more attention toward further cooperation, and perhaps, to have a seat at the …

The Finance Ministers and heads of Central Banks of the world’s 20 economies opened the first major G20 meeting to be held in Argentina yesterday, focusing their agenda on trade, infrastructure, and cryptocurrencies.

This week’s meeting is part of a …