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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, the G20 Leader’s Summit will be coming to Buenos Aires next weekend. With over 15,000 people expected to be arriving for the weekend, the city is going to …

The success of Jair Bolsonaro’s far-right rhetoric in the Brazilian elections seems to suddenly be appealing to some Argentine politicians, who this week provided a series of quotes that could have easily been attributed to Brazil’s president-elect.

The mildest revolved …

It’s gonna take some time for the dust to clear from yesterday’s hectic, ultimately frustrating Senate hearing that rejected the bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina (for now). The marathon session saw 64 senators speak their mind about the …

The indictment of police officer Luis Chocobar for homicide for fatally shooting an assailant involved in a violent assault and robbery in December and his subsequent defense by the government has sparked an open-ended debate about what constitutes proper policing.…

Minister of Education Esteban Bullrich has come under fire after his comments yesterday regarding religious education in public schools. Bullrich ever so slightly put his foot in it, saying that the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Gospel “should be …

The Macri administration has had (and is still having) two of its most challenging weeks to date. Macri’s camp has a lot of fires to put out, including the conflict with the teachers’ unions, which prevents students from starting …

Give it a few more week, and the War on Drugs will have Security Minister Patricia Bullrich’s knowledge of illicit substances rival that of Walter White or your regular neighborhood shaman: while announcing this morning that  nine people had been …

Security Minister Patricia Bullrich’s War on Drugs has come back to bite her in the backside: in the latest turn of the blame game that began last weekend following the deaths of five young people following their consumption of …

In the fallout of the Time Warp festival deaths, where five party-goers were killed after reportedly taking so-called ecstasy-based “Superman” pills, there’s been a fair bit of stupidity flying around.

I mean, no one could’ve predicted that people would try …

Following the deaths of five young people aged between 20 and 24 early on Saturday morning at the Time Warp music festival in Costa Salguero, Buenos Aires Capital, blame for the tragedy has been bandied about, falling on the event …