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As hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Caracas, Venezuela to demonstrate in favor of a recall referendum to oust President Nicolás Maduro were echoed today, on a much smaller scale, outside the Venezuelan Embassy in Buenos Aires. …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner returned to the City of Buenos Aires yesterday to celebrate the birth of her former friend and ally, late Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. In an event held in the Instituto Patria (IP), the recently …

Since last week, the main news plastered across every headline has focused on the capture of José López, the former planning secretary who was caught trying to bury millions of dollars in a convent last Tuesday. This latest revelation adds …

You may have noticed that your Facebook and Twitter news feeds, along with every Argentine media outlet and even international media, are constantly featuring the same name: José López. His face has been plastered on screens of every size since …

In a Chicago-esque twist to a story that is already reading like a Hollywood blockbuster, media outlets have now jumped on the news that José Francisco López — the former public works secretary who was caught red-handed trying to …

The owner of media conglomerate Clarín Group, Héctor Horacio Magnetto, was awarded the 2016 Freedom of Expression Award yesterday for playing a “key role in the practice and defense of the free press” during the former governments of Néstor …

After months of the national government working with provinces on a case-by-case basis to repay them previously withheld funds, today President Mauricio Macri’s government signed an agreement with representatives from all the provinces agreeing on a legislative framework to pay …

Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio yesterday prosecuted National Deputy and former Planning Minister Julio De Vido for his involvement in the 2012 Buenos Aires Railway Disaster, also known as the Once Tragedy, in which 51 people were killed and 789 injured.…

Lázaro Báez, the main state contractor under the former Kirchnerite administration who’s been under a lot of heat lately for his alleged involvement in a high-profile money laundering case, was arrested this afternoon along with his son Martín after landing …

The last time a US President came to Argentina’s humble shores was in 2005. And while George W. Bush probably drank some great wine and had his fill of asado, he probably doesn’t look back on his Argentine sojourn …