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As we wake up to the news that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion in Argentina has been defeated in Senate by 38 votes to 31 and the pro-choice movement wipes the green face-paint from tear-stained cheeks, it’s easy …

Last time around, we discussed the harrowing (and excellent) documentary El Vecino Alemán, which used the true story of Adolf Eichmann — one of the key figures in masterminding the Holocaust that fled to Argentina and lived a life

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has advocated for greater cooperation between Madrid and Latin America, and Buenos Aires in particular, in response to “protectionist and populist” sentiments.

Speaking in Buenos Aires at an event hosted by the Argentine Council for

The Spanish and Argentine governments exchanged mutual compliments and promised to boost trade, investment, and economic links as part of Spanish Prime Minster Mariano Rajoy’s visit to Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires and Madrid are also on the same page concerning …

Spanish Primer Minister Mariano Rajoy will arrive to Argentina today, along with 60 national business leaders, in hopes of increasing bilateral trade and discussing investment opportunities in the country. Rajoy and President Macri are expected to go over other issues …

The small number of matches the national team plays every year means that each one is given a substantial importance, analyzed as illustrative to the Selección’s general level. The praises that result from victory can turn into ruthless critics without …

With the prospect of a renewed debate on abortion in Argentina, and International Women’s Day approaching quickly on March 8th, there have been a surge of events celebrating womanhood in all of its definitions in the city.

From workshops and …

This weekend, the Argentine Departments of Security and Agro-industry caught a Spanish flag vessel in Argentine waters (Argentina’s exclusive economic zone) carrying more than 320 tons of fish.

Because of where the ship was located, Argentina officials say the fish …

Local newspaper Clarín announced today that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is set to visit Argentina between April 9 and 11 to meet with President Mauricio Macri.

The visit is important not just because Rajoy is essentially Macri’s window into …

The Argentine government – through the Foreign Ministry – weighed in on the turmoil Spain is going through, following its government’s decision to dissolve the Catalonian Parliament and call for new elections, as a result of its secessionist MP’s vote …