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Former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner appeared yesterday on Russia Today’s Conversando con Correa, a show hosted by former Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa, and discussed both of their experiences as heads of state associated with the wave of leftist …

Between October 2015 and August 2016, over US $79.3 million (AR $1.6 billion) in goods were smuggled into the country with the help of the so-called “Container Mafia.”

Eleven people have been accused of moving the contraband into the country …

María Eugenia Vidal’s government in the Buenos Aires province is currently fighting several battlefronts with state workers and, as wage negotiations drag on in relevant areas of the public sectors, unions continue to take action in an attempt to have …

Following a 6-5 vote in the Supreme Court (STF), former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has lost his habeas corpus appeal, meaning that he must serve time in prison while he appeals a corruption conviction.

The STF decision, …

The world of Argentine sports continues to be shocked to its core as accusations of child abuse continue to surface.

Amid the ongoing scandal uncovered as a result of the revelation about the existence of an alleged pedophile ring targeting …

Heated discussions; crossed accusations; a power outage and a piece of paper that prompted a scandalous, early end to a congressional session.

In a much anticipated appearance before the Special Committee of Oversight and Control of the Administration and Payment …

The world of Argentine football has been in shock since the existence of a child abuse ring targeting teenagers playing in football club’s academies was uncovered. Youngsters who came to Buenos Aires from the interior of the country and lived …

Former Planning Minister Julio de Vido has been indicted in connection with an Odebrecht graft investigation by Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas.

De Vido, who is currently in pre-trial detention and is facing a litany of corruption accusations, was indicted along …

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, you will have seen the cycle lanes scattered throughout Buenos Aires and most likely you’ve even used them to get from A to B.

If you aren’t …

The recent wave of rulings granting the release of high-ranking Kirchneristas or associates from pre-trial arrest had its latest beneficiary yesterday in Jorge “Yussuf” Khalil, a high-profile member of the Islamic community in Argentina, indicted in the AMIA cover up …