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After two meetings between the Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Security, Gerardo Milman, and the social organizations planning to demonstrate against the G20 and the IMF on Friday, the national government authorized the route for the march that …

“Welcome to Hell” was the sign that welcomed world leaders on the eve of the G20 summit in Hamburg last year. With over 476 police officers reported injured, at least 186 protesters arrested and 225 detained, Hamburg experienced an influx …

A new reform to the City Transit and Transportation Code in Buenos Aires makes it illegal for school bus drivers to take protesters to marches, demonstrations or political rallies, something that is somewhat of a common practice in Argentina. On

On July 19, 2006, Jorge González Nieva arrived at his home in located in the district of Merlo, Buenos Aires Province, after a day at work to find a group of police officers waiting for him. According to his account, …

The National Prison Administration of Argentina or (NPA or Procuración Penitenciaria de la Nación) released on Tuesday a statistics report concerning the second quarter of 2018 and finally recognized that Argentina’s prisons have a systemic overpopulation problem.

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In La Plata, a planned demonstration of workers from the Astilleros’ Rio Santiago Shipyard spontaneously turned violent this afternoon after protestors clashed with police. The confrontation culminated in stone throwing, rubber bullets, and tear gas. According to Todo Noticias,

If you have to move around Buenos Aires City today, better plan ahead. Not only due to the buckets rain that is already falling – we know how that can cancel absolutely everything in Argentina – but also because various …

The general strike called on by the CGT umbrella union is underway and, so far, it seems to be having the desired effects from the point of view of its leaders. Things seem to be going, there is no public

Several social organisations have taken to the streets of the City of Buenos Aires to protest against the government’s policies today. That’s a new one.

It will be another complicated (not to mention hellish) day for commuters, so if you’re …

President Mauricio Macri will kick off this year’s regular legislative session with a “State of the Nation” address before Congress today. The speech is set to begin at 11:30 AM and the president is expected to speak for about 30 …