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In the last 24 hours, the province of Córdoba spiraled out of control, with the very fabric of society being torn apart after a sudden absence of law and order sent a portion of the population into a looting frenzy …

This week, Argentina expects to finalize a deal to compensate Spanish oil giant Repsol for its seizure of Repsol’s majority stake in the Argentine oil company, YPF.  Argentina is reportedly offering US$5 billion in bonds, less than half of …

It’s Friday ag-… Agh, what’s the point.

Seriously. Chances are you’re reading this on Monday or who knows what other day of the week, so what’s the point of coming up with a clever introductory paragraph?

Also, you’re probably in …

[PHOTO] On Tuesday morning, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner held a series of meetings in which she was seen wearing a white shirt, suggesting that she has finally decided to put and end to her mourning period.

The President has …

In 2006, an aggressive proposal, the “Lei Cidade Limpa” or Clean City Law, was submitted by the mayor of São Paulo, Gilberto Kassab, to his city council. The idea was radical: Kassab proposed a near-complete ban on

News broke last week that the Russian authorities had granted bail to Hernán Pérez Orsi and Camila Speziale, the two Argentines arrested along with 28 other Greenpeace activists two months ago while staging a protest at a Gazprom oil platform

This is the place where extravaganza is the norm and more is more. If a political event cannot be described as flamboyant or extraordinaire it shall not be featured here. Argentina never falls short and I know it will continue …

We’ve got a dramatic few weeks coming up in the world of Argentine football. Partly because of the shenanigans at Colón, which you can read about elsewhere on this site, but also because we’ve got a right old ding-dong …

Controversial Domestic Trade Secretary Guillermo Moreno has tendered his resignation, Presidential Spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro announced from the Casa Rosada minutes before 8 pm.

Scoccimarro said President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner had accepted his resignation and appointed him an economic

Well that was unexpected. While most of the media and the population at large wondered today when it was that we would be seeing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner again, turns out she reappeared a lot faster than we thought