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As world leaders attending the G20 summit continue to arrive in Argentina, many of them prepare for the busy schedule that awaits them. Here is a gallery with the photos of those who have already arrived, and what Buenos Aires

As the economic crisis in Venezuela deepens, the country’s presidential couple decided to do a stopover lunch at one of the most luxurious and expensive restaurants in the world, in Turkey – with a dish costing more than US $275.…

Martín Vizcarra was sworn-in today as president of Peru, completing Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s exit from power.

Vizcarra, who flew into Lima from Canada in the early hours of Friday, called for “social pact” against corruption and promised to introduce a …

We’ve yet to see the man himself, but already Porteños and those of us who dream of reaching their ranks are losing our collective shit over a sighting of US President Barack Obama’s car getting gas in Retiro.

It’s …

Remember when Argentina had a President for 12 hours because Cristina and Macri couldn’t get along in time for the official power transfer ceremony? Seriously, the whole thing was a ridiculous kerfuffle over where the “presidential baton” (a real thing)

We’ve all done things we regret. I for one just ate my fifth medialuna of the day. But imagine having the camera capture you in a moment of youthful indiscretion and then, years down the line, see that image of …

Safe to say, President-elect Mauricio Macri and outgoing Head of State Cristina Fernández de Kirchner are not best friends. In fact, they haven’t met face to face in years. But this latter detail is set to change this evening at …

After a euphoric night of celebration, President-elect Mauricio Macri held his first press conference this morning in La Boca at la Usina del Arte. He was accompanied by Marcos Peña, María Eugenia Vidal and Horacio Larreta. His Vice President, Gabriela …

The two times before yesterday that the Peronist Party lost an election, the slayers were lawyers. Raúl Alfonsín (1983) and Fernando de la Rúa (1999) were fighting the law of gravity ruling Argentine politics since the mid 20th Century, which …

Remember how electoral authorities said that in order to avoid fraud in the upcoming general election, they’d be stocking dark rooms with extra ballots?

Well, that’s not happening. Or not in Buenos Aires Province, at least, where an electoral …