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Reddit, the website that brands itself “The Front Page of the Internet,” inhabited by niche enthusiasts of everything from video games to politics to math, is now the 21st most visited website in the world, with over 542 million

I’m guessing it started out like quite the promising day for Chivilcoy mayor Guillermo Britos from the Cambiemos coalition. He probably woke up early and planned his schedule in detail while sipping on a cup of coffee and taking a …

There are a lot of ways you can sum up the year in Argentina. You can go into an in-depth analysis of its political, economic and social events. You can put up a slideshow, showcasing the best pictures of the …

On Sunday afternoon, the eyes of Argentina – and a good portion of the world – were set on the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, as River Plate and Boca Juniors clashed in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final. And …

How do you celebrate the life of one of the greatest showmen this country has ever seen, a man whose excess turned him into some sort of legend in Argentine lore? Well, to truly honor the man you would probably …

As you probably already know, last night Boca and River faced each other in Mendoza at the Supercopa finale.

The match saw a 2-0 victory in favor of River Plate, and after the event, hinchas of both clubs were very …

After last night’s footballing calamity, the Argentine public have not held back against the national squad. The 3-0 humiliation against rivals Brazil left fans pretty upset. Argentina now sit in sixth place in the qualifying stages for the World Cup …

Colectivo and train fares cost double as of today, and social media has taken note. To keep yourself from crying, check out the following memes alleviating the situation. (Or go ahead and do cry: no one’s stopping you. We’ll …

Let’s be honest: as President Mauricio Macri finishes off his third day at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, what really sticks in our minds are not his thousand and one meetings with world leaders and business executives,

As you probably know by now, due the drunken, embarrassing power struggle between President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and President-elect Mauricio Macri, a judge ruled today that Cristina’s term ends tonight at midnight. This means that, between 12 AM and …