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Yesterday, Argentina’s statistics bureau, INDEC, published the preliminary results on a survey regarding disability in the country. The study revealed alarming figures of people that live with a disability: 1 out 10 Argentines live with an impairment in their hearing, …

Picture this: you’re late for work. You just *had* to get that café con leche on your way to the Subte (we don’t blame you) and now there is little time to spare. As you descend the escalator into the …

With just under three weeks to go until the Senate votes on the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion, it would be something of an understatement to say that tensions are running high, particularly among the bill’s critics, still smarting …

In October 2017, Amado Boudou— Argentina’s former Economy Minister and Vice President from 2011 to 2015stood trial on charges of bribery and corruption. While the trial is still unresolved, on Friday, Argentina’s Anti Corruption Office ruled against

A new episode of the feud between the government and the Moyano family ensued last night, after the Labor Ministry notified the teamsters union – led by the Moyanos – it will have to pay a fine of roughly AR …

President Mauricio Macri focused exclusively on getting his administration’s message across during the better part of the afternoon yesterday, speaking to his followers first on Instagram Live and then heading on to the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange for an interview …

In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso due to a recent exodus of investors from the domestic market. As part of the deal, the Macri administration

While tourists are enjoying the winter break on the snowy ski slopes of Bariloche, simmering unrest between the indigenous Mapuche community and national forces threatens to reach boiling point.

European” Argentina has a complex and dark history in …

Amidst a scandal that broke in June regarding alleged money laundering by the Cambiemos coalition during the 2017 Buenos Aires midterm campaigns, the Minister of the Interior, Rogelio Frigerio, said today that the coalition will not be covering up for

In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso.

The deal was not received without controversy, as many in Argentina blame the IMF’s austerity measures for the depth