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Imagine that you’ve just touched down at Ezeiza international airport. It’s the middle of the night. You’re tired, dazed, confused, and just looking to get home. You’ve just stood in line for upwards of an hour at customs, and you’re …

The day is finally here. The session in the Lower House aimed at voting on the bill decriminalizing abortion has already began. The debate is expected to stretch out throughout the entire day, and the voting will probably not take …

While much of the world basked in the peaceful and characteristically vibrant celebrations that marked Pride 2016, there can be no denying that this has been a turbulent year for LGBTQ communities; and nowhere more so than in the Americas.…

Yesterday, just four days after the anti-femicide #VivasNosQueremos (We Want Us Alive) march commemorating last year’s #NiUnaMenos (Not One Less) 300,000-strong rally, Buenos Aires City legislator Graciela Ocaña proposed an initiative that would purportedly take further action to ensure the …

A recent study ranking cities based on their quality of living placed Uruguayan capital Montevideo on top (at no. 48) in the region, with Buenos Aires (no. 93) and Santiago (no. 94) trailing behind. Latin America, on the whole, performed

 

This isn’t just for Americans only, so read on.

The US State Department released a “Security Message” today (whatever the hell that is) dictating the proper level of caution Americans like myself should take while spending time in Argentina.…

 

This isn’t just for Americans only, so read on.

The US State Department released a “Security Message” today (whatever the hell that is) dictating the proper level of caution Americans like myself should take while spending time in Argentina.…