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President Mauricio Macri sat down for an exclusive interview with Russia Today’s Spanish-language service in Moscow shortly after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday and before departing for Davos.

Below are some highlights from his interview, including statements …

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economy Outlook update for 2018 has projected a strengthening “global upswing” that also includes positive growth numbers for the countries that most heavily purchase Argentine exports.

Released today, the 2018 outlook noted that “120 …

Hundreds of people in Buenos Aires are lining up outside vaccination centers for yellow fever vaccines, just in time for tourism season.

This week, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended the vaccine to anyone traveling to affected areas of Brazil, …

Well, we’re running out of euphemisms for RAIN, so here it is folks: the forecast is in and it’s probably going to pour. Now that that’s out in the open maybe the sunshine will feel like coming back for that …

It doesn’t take an expert to look at Argentina and Brazil´s respective 10-game records and see which is enjoying their football more at the moment.

While Argentina fail to find consistency under coach Edgardo Bauza, having won just four …

Brazil, one of the world’s top meat producers and exporters, is in a bit of a pickle. Some of its top meat producers are being investigated for corruption: for selling rotten beef and poultry, bribing hygiene inspectors, and adding harmful …

With the Copa Libertadores tournament underway, all eyes are focused on how well the Argentine teams are doing after time away from the field. While River managed to come out on top against Independiente Medellín yesterday, San Lorenzo failed to …

Last month the Argentine U-20 team barely qualified to make the category’s World Cup, which will take place in Korea this year. The U-17 category is now trying to follow in their steps within their own category’s South American Qualifiers, …

In light of the Argentine energy grid’s inability to face the population’s energy demands as a result of the last days’ heat wave — which caused numerous power cuts — the government had to call on its neighbors, Chile,

Argentines have been busy traveling in their thousands to go shopping in neighboring countries, like Chile and Paraguay as of late. Why? Well, Argentina currently holds the cup for being the most expensive country in Latin America — bad news …