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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 …

Donald Trump is changing the game. The trade game that is.

After banning the import of lemons from Argentina, Trump has gone ahead and signed several executive orders, one that includes leaving the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The US president is …

The international bond and credit rating firm has announced their prediction that economic growth in the region of Latin America will likely average a mere 0.9 percent in 2016-18. To put that into perspective, it’s well below the recent average …

Following a recent phone call between President Mauricio Macri and Brazil’s President Michel Temer it has been decided that the Argentine president will be paying Brazil a visit on the February 7th.

The spotlight has been on Temer since his …

A bus transporting high school graduates from the Misiones province last midnight crashed in Brazil, resulting in the death of three people: two students and an adult coordinator. There are also at least 15 injured, who have been taken to …

Argentina faces off with its bitter rivals Brazil tonight in a bit to revitalize its dreary World Cup qualifying campaign. Barcelona teammates Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr. will be the two players under the spotlight, but this is much more …

Good news at last! The number of foreign tourists coming into Argentina during August rose 1.8 percent to 189,200, compared to the same month last year. That marks the first increase in 17 months, according to the official figures from …

Brazilian President Michel Temer’s visit to Argentina will be marked by the outright rejection of his tenure by protesters. Temer may very well think of Macri as a key ally in the region — yesterday he told La Nación that