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Argentina prides itself on being a nation of immigrants. In fact, if Argentines were to nab a world record, it would probably be for the shortest time taken to mention this fact: enthusiastically telling you about how their family tree …

The leadership of the CGT umbrella union headed yesterday a massive march to protest against the Mauricio Macri administration’s economic policies, but ended up becoming subjects of disapproval themselves after they didn’t set up a specific date for a general …

Journalist Mercedes Ninci found herself treading less than friendly waters today while reporting from former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s “Los Sauces” case. Ninci was working for Radio Mitre, an outlet which is seen by some as pro-Macri, when …

A recent anti-Macri video filmed in a style that almost mimics mannequin challenge footage hit social media and seems to be making its rounds reaching over 500,000 views on Facebook and over 160,000 on YouTube. The video, named “Argentina detenida” …

A science fair took place outside Congress yesterday morning, where researchers used stalls, PowerPoint presentations, and posters to display their work, their research focuses, and the relevance it has to society. Why? There is a 30 percent slash to the …

If you are like most Argentines, you are probably reading this article while enjoying mate. This time-honored infusion could come at the cost of fair wages for Argentina growers and producers, primarily from the northern Misiones province. Grower groups …

People are taking to the streets of the City in protest, again.

Be ready for huge traffic jams along Callao and Corrientes avenues, right smack in the middle of the City. Protests started around 8 a.m. Others began around 11 …

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For the second day in a row, groups of informal street vendors are blocking traffic this morning at the intersection of Pueyrredón and Mitre, in the neighborhood of Once. They …

Another protest? Really?! It’s hard to go more than a couple of days in Buenos Aires without running into some kind of political demonstration. The causes vary — energy costs, workers’ rights or gender equality, but their presence has become

Yet another protest brought Buenos Aires city centre’s streets to a halt for the second time this week. It seems that new austerity measures are not being met kindly among the Argentine public and protests are becoming evermore commonplace. Not …