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Weeks after the supposedly sunken Sanmartiniana was allegedly spotted in the Malvinas Islands’ seas, news has surfaced that Cámpora activists flew an Argentine plane over the continental shelf in search of the vessel only to be intercepted by a

Alberto Nisman, a federal prosecutor and the lead on the AMIA bombing case, was found dead in his Puerto Madero home on Sunday leaving behind a wife and 2 children.

The timing couldn’t be more suspicious – Nisman was a …

Plaza de mayo, 8 PM.

The square is filled up to City Hall with a resolute crowd slow-clapping in grim-faced mimicry of the heckle used to call late musicians to the stage. The Government has yet to release an official …

Man, it’s been a rough year for President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. In addition to spending this year getting in and out of emergency rooms, she has now broken her left ankle while resting in her Río Gallegos home, in …

Yesterday evening President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner decided to address her Cabinet and other legislators in the Casa Rosada and make a toast to celebrate Christmas and the fact that the country didn’t implode in 2014, as many “prophets of …

We burst the news of the week, so you can be up to date with current affairs, without wasting valuable time that you can employ doing important …

After twelve days of sick leave, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is back! Sort of. At least it looks like she managed to pick up her phone and make her presence known via Twitter.

Having been discharged Sunday after a …

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After spending an entire week in the Otamendi Clinic, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner checked out today and went back to the Olivos Presidential Residence, where she will have to rest for at least ten days, her doctors …

Hi. I borrowed my mom’s Facebook page,” begins an odd and surprising post that was made public on Monday on President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s Facebook page and signed by the elusive first daughter of Argentina, Florencia Kirchner.…

If you happened to be walking by HSBC’s offices in the microcentro of Buenos Aires this afternoon and noticed a ruckus, it was because the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP) was busy raiding the bank’s offices! AFIP is after …