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Two attacks with explosive devices took place in the City of Buenos Aires on Thursday evening. The first one took place at the Recoleta Cemetery, in the mausoleum of former Police Chief Ramón Falcón, and the second in the house …

In total, in a little over two months, I have moved apartments six times in Buenos Aires and I am currently looking for lucky number seven. I have been royally f$&ked over so many times when trying to find accommodation …

The smell of smoke and fire interrupts our quiet dinner conversation and makes the pleasant French soundtrack ringing in the salon wash out into the ether of my brain. My nostrils flare outwards and I pause mid-sentence, craning my neck

Football is back and its taste for twists, turns, surprises and upsets hasn’t let up in its absence. Here’s some of what happened over the weekend.

Boca defeated at home

The biggest talking point from the weekend’s fixtures came at …

The lower divisions are still on strike, but solidarity is in short supply in the world of Argentine football, and the Primera continues apace this weekend, before next week’s break for the World Cup qualifying double headers.

So, without further …

It’s nearing 8PM on a Wednesday and the 65 is rolling in to the Barrancas train station. I’ve been on the bus for nearly an hour and this is the third (and final, thank the lord) trip to Bajo Belgrano

The Primera Divisón kicks off this evening, meaning that for many in Argentina a long, dull summer is finally at an end. We’ve already previewed the championship in a couple of parts (here and here), as well as …

 

If you’re like us, that means that by now you’ve seen the cheeky street banner that’s been making the rounds on Twitter and Facebook today. Since yesterday, the residents of Las Cañitas were treated to a special way of …