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MARY ANASTASIA O’GRADY: You may have seen her around. Her weekly opinion pieces – republished in right-wing publications like La Nación – are such unabashed hackery that it’s inevitable you’ll have that “where do I know her from” moment – …

It’s Friday again!

And there’s just no way of softening this. Jesus, what a fucked up week this has been. Seriously, those of you who choose to skip reading the news or watching TV have been missing on a lot …

After going off the grid for over a month, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner made a stellar comeback to the political scene in a televised speech, in which she announced a new scholarship program for unemployed people aged between 18 …

At long last, she’s back.

After much speculation coming from the local and international press and endless assurances coming from Cabinet members that “everything was alright,” President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is scheduled to reappear in public tomorrow at 7pm …

I am, admittedly, a mere football journalist, but I’m informed that, apparently, not everyone in the Middle East gets along perfectly well with everyone else in the Middle East. Many has been the time when I’ve thought, ‘If only they …

It’s Friday again!

Or Sunday, whatever.

Chances are you forgot to read this anyway, since it’s January, it’s hot and just moving you eyes when you try reading makes you tired.

It’s alright, I won’t judge. In fact, I’m kinda …

Here we are at the end of the road: The Breakup. I am sorry to hear things are over. Keep telling yourself it wasn’t right, wasn’t meant to be, insert-platitude-of-your-choice-here. As Paula Schargorodsky describes in her New York Times Op-Doc

The last time Argentina’s President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was seen in public, she was dancing on stage at the Plaza de Mayo, in downtown Buenos Aires. It was December 10th and the Government was celebrating the 30th anniversary since …

It’s Friday again!

And I really hope you missed me last week, even though I know you absolutely didn’t.

As you know, January is always a slow news month, mostly because there’s nothing going on. Everyone is away for the …

In order to celebrate the recent appointment of “serial loser” Daniel Filmus as Secretary of Matters Relating to the Malvinas, The Telegraph decided to conduct an online poll and ask whether the Malvinas/Falkland Islands, at the center of a sovereignty …