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For the second time in less than a month, former President Cristina Kirchner has testified at the Comodoro Py courts before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio as part of the ongoing Notebook Scandal.

Kirchner—who found herself at the center of what

On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a speech in which he confirmed rumors of a significant restructuring in the Argentine cabinet and the government’s ministries. The changes are part of the Government’s goal of dramatically reducing Argentina’s fiscal deficit

On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a pre-written announcement on a number of issues, including the current economic crisis, the reduction of Argentina’s ministries, and the increase in social welfare funds.

While Macri has been referring to the ongoing

Last night, up to sixty thousand people marched in the cold and rain through the streets of downtown Buenos Aires to Plaza de Mayo. Largely made up of students, professors and faculty from over 57 public universities in Argentina, protesters

Look who’s piped up again. As the Argentine peso continues its spectacular collapse against the dollar, being less valuable that the Uruguayan peso for the first time in history, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has made it all about her.…

Thursday marks another day of economic chaos in Argentina after the Central Bank raised rates by 15 percentage points, reaching 60 percent on Thursday and leaving the dollar trading at around 39 pesos.

With high levels of tension in the

It’s been 48 hours since the Argentine Federal Police wrapped up their raid on Cristina Kirchner’s house in El Calafate, during which they made the explosive discovery of a hidden safe containing pen drives and folders full of intelligence information

This last Tuesday ushered in the third week of irregular classes at Argentina’s public universities due to ongoing professor strikes throughout the nation.

Professors claim that the salary raise of 15 percent they were offered by the government is far

After Argentina’s recent abortion debate— in which a bill that would have legalized abortion in the country was passed in Congress but ultimately defeated in the Senate— a group of politicians have launched the “Celeste Party”. Named after

After the recent tension generated between the government and the Catholic Church during Argentina’s abortion debate, five members of the ruling Cambiemos coalition who voted in favor of the bill that would have legalized abortion presented a new bill to