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President Mauricio Macri held a press conference yesterday, in which he was questioned about the main issues dominating the current political conversation, such as those stemming from the economic turbulence the country started experiencing in May and led to the …

When asked to picture Argentina, most tend to visualize Buenos Aires: city scenes of bright lights blurring together in a colorful mass around the Obelisco, Puerto Madero’s iconic Puente de la Mujer, bright colors of La Boca’s Caminito,

As the debate over the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion continues, the medical sector is in a state of turmoil. Between doctors being shamed for carrying out legal abortions, growing divisions between opposing sides of the debate, and …

Twenty four years after the bombing that destroyed the Buenos Aires headquarters of the Israeli-Argentine Mutual Association (AMIA), which killed 85 people and wounded more than 300, a vigil and demonstration took place today in front of the current headquarters …

The journalistic investigation conducted by El Destape‘s Juan Amorín, which alleges that the Cambiemos coalition laundered money for the 2017 midterms campaign in the Buenos Aires Province through the recipients of social welfare plans, has resulted in the most …

In respective interviews in the span of less than a day, two of the most prominent members of Peronismo Federal, Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto and Salta Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey, assured that former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner intends …

As both sides of the debate ramp up their activity in anticipation of the vote on August 8, another public letter has been published calling for Senators to pass the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion in Argentina.Following Margaret Atwood’s …

Ten years ago today, Argentina lived one of its most politically relevant moments of the century: Vice President Julio Cobos mumbled his now famous line: “Mi voto no es positivo” (“my vote is not positive”) and struck down …

In 1875, Buenos Aires legalized and began regulating prostitution. Prostitutes were taxed and given regular medical examinations, while brothels were officially established and registered within the city. However, legal prostitution in the city was abolished not long after, once

On Monday, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin met one-on-one in Helsinki, talking alone for nearly two hours without their advisors. While Trump declared the summit a great success, it ultimately faced much backlash in the US, where the