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After twelve days of sick leave, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is back! Sort of. At least it looks like she managed to pick up her phone and make her presence known via Twitter.

Having been discharged Sunday after a …

It is a sad day for Argentina. As many were already counting the days to the first papal visit, it looks like we will all have to wait some more time to fawn over our most favorite pontiff ever.

Because …

A Federal Judge in Buenos Aires has issued arrest and extradition orders for 20 Spanish nationals who held positions or were otherwise involved with General Franco’s fascist dictatorship in Spain. Maria Servini de Cubria cited the concept of universal jurisdiction …

The Peruvian Shining Path guerrillas haven’t been in the news recently, which has prompted many to believe that they are gone. Well, if you’re one of those people, you’re wrong.

This past month the militants launched numerous sneak attacks on …

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After spending an entire week in the Otamendi Clinic, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner checked out today and went back to the Olivos Presidential Residence, where she will have to rest for at least ten days, her doctors …

If you thought we’d hit peak-anti US rhetoric from Cristina and her government, think again. In the latest bout of hostility, she penned an extensive letter direct to President Barack Obama over his re-appointment of one Nancy Soderberg to the …

Looks like we won’t be having a new Cadena Nacional any time soon.

After being diagnosed with sigmoiditis yesterday (and infection of the sigmoid colon), the President’s medical team issued a press release saying that Cristina Fernández de Kirchner …

Allow me to present the case for the prosecution: President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has announced long-awaited reforms to the Criminal Code and one section deliberately discriminates against foreigners. Presenting the measures on Cadena Nacional recently, she outlined her two …

I’m sure you were all as interested in the 50th annual IDEA Symposium as I was last week – which is to say not at all. But if you were busy doing absolutely anything to avoid listening to a …

The internet has made a lot of things more possible than ever. Things that seemed unimaginable even 30 years ago. We can enter into the homes of our loved ones across the world with a Skype connection, find out completely …