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Mate, a caffeine-rich herbal tea first consumed by the indigenous Guaraní and Tupí people, is considered by many to be Argentina’s national drink. Walking down the street and spotting groups of Argentines sitting in a circle in the park, passing

Following a judicial process that lasted just six months total, in the courts of Gualeguaychú, in the province of Entre Rios, 19-year old Nahir Galarza was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of boyfriend, 20-year old Fernando Pastorizzo.

As the debate over the abortion decriminalization bill officially began in the Upper House yesterday, different senators presented at the same time initiatives of their own, aimed at dealing with the issue in a way they consider could potentially reach …

Between 2015 and 2017, the number of deportations in Argentina increased by 121 percent. An exponential jump which only counts foreigners with criminal records, and which has been caused by the Decreto de Necesidad y Urgencia (decree made out of

Senators convened yesterday to discuss the future of the Abortion Bill, which looks to be facing an uphill battle. The number who have came out against the bill is now pegged at 36, exactly half of the Senate. However, …

The night before the beginning of the next phase of the debate over the abortion decriminalization bill, National Deputy Elisa “Lilita” Carrió, one of its staunchest detractors, assured that President Mauricio Macri only enabled the debate because he had been …

Argentina is perceived by many to be a primarily white, European country, with Buenos Aires often referred to as the “Paris of Latin America” in popular culture. This perception is rooted in a post-colonial process where Argentine leaders and intellectuals

On June 13th, the lower house of Argentina’s congress voted Yes on a bill to allow women in Argentina to access safe, legal abortion within the first fourteen weeks of gestation. Now, the bill passes to the Senate, which will

La Nación published another extract of the interview that journalist Gabriel Sued held with Vice President Gabriela Michetti, which sparked controversy on Sunday, especially due to her statement about being against allowing women to access abortion services in cases of …

Vice President Gabriela Michetti saw herself embroiled in controversy – to put it mildly – yesterday, after claiming in an interview with La Nación that she personally stands against allowing women to get an abortion in case of rape.

“You …