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Yes. Again. Don’t roll your eyes at me. You know that like her or not, it is important for you to know what she’s announcing because chances are it will greatly influence the political agenda in the coming days …

 

Last week Latin America got its first taste of the global Ebola epidemic, when a man from Guinea admitted himself into a Brazilian emergency room with the symptoms of Ebola. And, if that wasn’t enough to get the Argentine …

 

“If something happens to me…look North.”

Cristina said, triggering another sound-bite auto-controversy when addressing the nation across all frequencies on Cadena Nacional last week. Responding to the high pantomime Islamic State threat against her life; she made it plain …

 

Pitch invasions are not usually a problem at the top level of Argentine football. The prison camp-style barbed wire fences tends to keep rowdy fans in the terraces where they can carry out their mischief free of bother from …

 

Happy weekend!

Oh, who are we kidding? You’re probably reading this on Tuesday. Or at least on Monday after 12 pm, since today is a holiday and we’re pretty sure you will not wake up to read this.

Unless …

 

Well, it was that time of the week again. Although the buitres were not featured on this week’s Cadena Nacional, there were still some gems. (Can anyone please tell me why Cristina keeps confusing Julián Domínguez’s last name?). …

They’ve been used to spot drug traffickers, hunt hurricanes, monitor sea lions, dust crops and even deliver pizza. Obama is using them to blow the shit out of ISIS (or ISIL or whatever… you know, TERRORISTS). But the best use …

Like father like son. Máximo Carlos Kirchner, son of Presidents Nestor Kirchner and Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, burst onto Argentina’s political scene recently with his first ever publicized speech at a mass rally by the government youth movement, La Campora

Get ready for your facepalm moment of the week, because Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich is not even trying anymore.

Maybe those recent rumors that he’s about to step down are, in fact, true. Maybe he’s just run out of things …

After Cristina’s cray cray accusations made on Tuesday, in which she suggested that the US could be trying to take her out, US State Department officials finally broke silence and told La Nación that her statements “are so unbelievable that …