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So from the bag of “WTF News” that Argentina has for us every week, comes quite the gem this time around. No, we’re not talking about the now infamous Stairgate featuring the King and Queen of Spain at Aeroparque. …

Happy Election Year everybody!

As you may be aware, in 2019 roughly a third of the Senate, half of Congress, our Vice-President and President are all up for election. What you may not know is that 21 of 23 …

Vaca Muerta, located in Argentina’s Neuquén Basin, is the country’s largest shale oil and gas reserve. Today marks the five year anniversary since Argentina’s YPF signed an agreement with Chevron for a joint mining project in the region, the first

Despite the news last week that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion will most certainly be defeated in the Argentine Senate on Wednesday, continued flip-flopping from Senators means that the final result is still uncertain.

The latest Senator to …

The United States has long sought to expand its military presence around Latin America, including Argentina. There was a period of resistance to the US military in Argentina during the presidencies of both Néstor Kirchner (2003-2007) and Cristina Fernández Kirchner

As you may well know, Macri is — to quote the great Mylie Cyrus — having his own Party in the USA this week, meeting the new president face to face for the first time since becoming president of Argentina. …

The Salta and Jujuy provincial courts were able to reassure their residents yesterday that they will no longer have to pay the exorbitant gas increases introduced earlier this year. High five.

The provinces are now part of a growing number …

Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi announced yesterday that Argentina and China intend to move forward with the bilateral agreements the countries signed during the former Kirchner administration, including the construction of two controversial space stations …

Less than holy activities are going down in Neuquén; an evangelical pastor has been swindling those in search of spiritual guidance. File it under “things that will not get you into heaven.”

The unidentified pastor was taken into custody in …

The country’s largest state-owned oil company, YPF, this morning presented before the Supreme Court  the contract it holds with US energy corporation Chevron regarding oil fields in the Province of Neuquén in northwestern Patagonia. This may sound dull, but it’s …