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The Colegio Santa María in Salta has expelled a young fourth year boy named Santiago Casares after he made statements and presented himself in a way that “upset” teachers at the Catholic school. Four of his classmates who protested the …

It’s 6:30 PM on Friday, September 21, 2017. A group of seven men crowd around a table, enjoying an evening meal at a McDonald’s on Av. Córdoba. One of them notices two men sitting together romantically, and the group angrily

Around the world, the female body is regularly seen to exist for the benefit of— and as belonging to— the male gaze. In Argentina, and Buenos Aires especially, the idea that women’s bodies must fit a very particular and largely

Different human rights organizations today raised alarm bells after news surfaced that the Macri administration is set to open a center to hold and process immigrants who break Argentine migration law.

The center, located in the Capital’s neighborhood of Barracas, …

If you thought that the hunt for ñoquis was over, think again: there has been yet another wave of public sector layoffs this week. The term ñoquis does not, of course, refer to the pasta, but rather to government workers …

While most people will probably be watching President Mauricio Macri’s State of the Nation address today from the comfort of their homes or workplaces, some will be taking to the streets to voice their support or opposition to it. What’s