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This Monday, July 8th, Avenida de Mayo is hosting its own special party. In honor of its 125th anniversary celebration, the city is planning a huge festival filled with music, cultural activities, tours, and more all along the historic avenue

“Welcome to Hell” was the sign that welcomed world leaders on the eve of the G20 summit in Hamburg last year. With over 476 police officers reported injured, at least 186 protesters arrested and 225 detained, Hamburg experienced an influx …

I’m going to say something you probably already know: Argentines are fanatical about almost everything. Soccer is the obvious example, but you can also add Peruvian food to that list thanks to the recent trend of the past few years.

At least eight people were arrested by security forces in the early hours of the morning on August 9th after the Senate rejected a bill seeking to decriminalize abortion in Argentina at 2:45 AM, with 31 senators in favor

With just hours to go before the vote that will determine the fate of the bill to decriminalize abortion in Argentina, both camps are neck in neck, with the result still too close to call. As deputies continue to announce …

Despite her best efforts, Joanna Picetti will not sit in Lower House of Congress after an appeals court confirmed an earlier ruling striking her from the Cambiemos ballot in Buenos Aires City.

Today, the Cámara Nacional Electoral (the highest electoral …

In addition to being the center of some of the most important decision making in the country, Argentina’s Congress Building or the more formal The Palace of the Argentine National Congress, one of the city’s most recognizable and historic landmarks, …

Today is Super Wednesday in Congress! Starting at 10:30 AM in the Chamber of Deputies and later at 3 PM in the Senate, the building is set to house debates on the government’s “mega project,” a bucket load of proposals …

It was a Friday night and the city was in complete chaos. A lethal mixture of roadblocks and rain proved too difficult for the neighborhood of Congreso to handle. Horns and sirens sung an ugly orchestra that followed me up

After a huge and unexpected win on Sunday, an ecstatic Mauricio Macri kicked-off his speech by assuring that day would “change Argentine politics.”

Not only did the Cambiemos candidate perform significantly better than he did in the primaries and …