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The “notebooks scandal” is proving to be a double-edged sword for the government. It helped it score several political points, mainly because the wide-ranging corruption scheme described by Oscar Centeno and confirmed by a myriad former officials and business leaders …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will face her second trial on corruption charges as Federal Judge Julián Ercolini today upheld a request from Prosecutors Gerardo pollicita and Ignacio Mahiques to officially conclude the investigation of the so-called “Los Sauces” …

Six days from the Brazilian presidential elections, Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) candidate Fernando Haddad told La Nación that “ideological differences aside,” he is a “personal friend” of President Mauricio Macri.

“Brazil and Argentina have a lot to cooperate on. Government …

If the government’s revised agreement with the IMF seeks to guarantee Argentina will have enough funds to meet its financial obligations in 2019, approving next year’s budget bill will ensure that the Macri administration implements a series of economic policies …

The poverty rate in the City of Buenos Aires increased by 2.4 percent in the second quarter of 2018 and clocked in at 18.4 percent, according to a new report from the City’s statistics agency. This means that 74,000 people …

Tensions between taxistas and Uber drivers are at a peak. In just one night last week, five cars were set alight in a blatant act of hostility that has cast light on the simmering tensions between the two factions. Although …

Juan Carlos Schmid resigned on Sunday to his post as one of the three members of the CGT umbrella union’s Executive Board. According to Noticias Argentinas news agency, his reasons were twofold: health problems – in fact, he was rushed …

In the last year, the world has taken major steps toward gender equality and awareness for gender issues.

Saudi Arabia has allowed women to drive. New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became  just the second head of government in history …

Speaking at the 2018 Youth Olympic Village in the City of Buenos Aires, President Mauricio Macri assured that the upcoming sporting event, along with the revised agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the fact that Argentina is chairing …

The government and the International Monetary Fund announced a new, revised stand-by agreement aimed at stabilizing the Argentine economy. In respective press conferences in the Argentine consulate in New York and the Treasury Ministry in Buenos Aires, Nicolás Dujovne and …