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Here’s a piece of advice: Take care of any bank-related errands early this Wednesday and Thursday as banks are closing two hours earlier than normal. This is in protest due to a lack of government action on several demands by …

It was a night to remember. As 2,000 people tried to enjoy wine and salmon canapés at the Independence Day festivities in the official residence of the Brazilian ambassador in the City of Buenos Aires, a small group of protesters …

In a week when hundreds of activists gathered outside a café in the City of Buenos Aires to protest at two lesbians being kicked out, we had yet another reminder from the central Córdoba province of the persistent homophobia that …

A pensioners’ protest for more adequate retirement funds got out of hand today when police removed protesters, most of an advanced age, using force and a water cannon, even, after they refused to clear one of the car lanes they …

You’ve heard it before and you will hear it again: there is another protest going on against the tarifazo, or steep rate hikes implemented by the administration of President Mauricio Macri.

Yesterday, thousands took to the Plaza de Mayo to protest the Macri administration’s economic policies, demanding “peace, bread and work” on the feast day of Saint Cajetan, the patron saint of the unemployed.

The protest was spearheaded by Barrios

The social organization Barrios de Pie is staging another citywide protest today, blocking off roads and main intersections in continued dissent against the lack of jobs and provisions for soup kitchens in the City of Buenos Aires. Members of Barrios …

Despite the cold rain that misted over the City center, protestors gathered at 8 PM around the Obelisco in downtown Buenos Aires to rally against the Macri administration. This protest marked the first cacerolazo — a pot- and pan-banging protest …

Police forces forcibly removed a group of protestors picketing on Richieri Highway, just meters from Ezeiza International Airport, this morning. Though there were some instances of violence in the ensuing skirmish, no serious injuries have been reported.

Security guards protesting …

Here we go again… Taxi drivers are taking to the streets (again) today at 11 AM to protest Uber (again) and will be picketing at 10 key intersections throughout the City of Buenos Aires. But fear not: taxi unions have