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The World Bank just released its global economic prospects for the next year, and it’s not particularly pleasant news for the Latin American world. With an update (hopefully not intended to be shockingly unforeseen), a recession is expected to dominate …

With the ever-rising cost of living in Argentina, even the most basic of amenities are being affected now.

Ámbito compared the supermarket prices of milk, bread and other grain-based products such as dried noodles and spaghettis in Argentina, Chile, Brazil …

In a wide-ranging interview with Clarin, Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra addressed the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff calling the situation “distressing” to Argentina.

For the most part, Malcorra was circumspect with her comments, maintaining that the unfolding events …

It’s done. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was removed from office and will be suspended for 180 days while an impeachment trial is underway following the process’s approval by both Congressional chambers. Some people are celebrating, others are crying for democracy, …

Yesterday, the Brazilian Senate voted in favor of suspending President Dilma Rousseff for 180 days and beginning an impeachment process against her for allegedly manipulating government finances to hide Brazil’s growing deficit and for obstructing the investigation regarding the Petrobras …

Brazilian singer-songwriter and musician, Héli is performing in Buenos Aires on Thursday night at 9PM in the light of her latest album’s release — Brasil Deluxe — which features a rather impressive list of collaborations.

According to her website, the …

Brazil may be going into a full-blown meltdown at the moment, from President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment process to the ongoing Zika epidemic, but at least the country’s athletes are clean and healthy. In fact, so stringent and effective are its …

In light of WhatsApp’s continued refusal to hand over information to the Brazilian judiciary in its investigation of a criminal case, a Brazilian judge has ordered that local phone companies block the app for 72 hours starting today at 2 …

Gabi AntunezMany Brazilians are asking themselves this question right now: in a country that is so politically divided, can anyone rely on the local media for accurate news?

All eyes are on the nation once regarded as the “country of the

Bela, recatada, e ‘do lar’ — “beautiful, maiden-like, and a housewife” — thus reads the headline for a feature piece in Brazilian magazine Veja, a right-leaning publication, about Marcela Temer, the wife of current Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer …