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The death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman hours away from testifying before Congress against President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner and a group of her closest collaborators has the entire country playing the role of Olivia Pope in what could very well be …

Prosecutor Nisman is dead and journalist Damián Pachter went incommunicado and fled the country fearing for his safety.

Not helping the whole “protecting his safety” thing, today state-owned airline Aerolineas Argentinas published a communique alleging that Pachter boarded a plane …

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Friday, January 23rd – Day 5

Let’s recap. Four days ago, the country woke up to the shocking news that prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was leading …

Thursday, January 22nd – Day 4

The death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the AMIA bombing case and was expected to address a congressional session on Monday, has been making the rounds in the international media for the …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner really wants her side out there, especially after the murder of prosecutor Alberto Nisman continues to gain traction in the international media. She must be worried. Many media outlets abroad agree that she has everything …

Argentina is still reeling from the shocking and unexpected death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, hours before he was due to testify that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner participated in covering up Iran’s responsibility for a terrorist attack on the …

More Twitter drama has hit the web, this time courtesy of ultra-kirchnerite gay rights activist Alex Freyre. Freyre tweeted an apparent threat warning off opponents of the President earlier this afternoon, which after a violent backlash and over two thousand …

With the events following Nisman’s accusation last week unfolding more like a James Bond spy flick than your average political scandal, Twitter isn’t about to miss out on a chance to troll the government.

Argentina is once again making international headlines, but this time it had nothing to do with vultures or dollars or defaults. Argentines woke up yesterday to the shocking news that Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor who had directly accused President …

In the early afternoon, as people from all around the country turned to social media to comment on prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s death, many began organizing marches and protests in different areas of the country to condemn that a man who …