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With PASO elections this Sunday, our weekend routine is experiencing a bit of a mix-up — club go-ers, if you want to party it’ll have to be on Friday night, since the electoral veda goes into effect on Saturday at …

Just because President Mauricio Macri isn’t willing to re-privatize state-run YPF, it doesn’t mean he is happy with the way the previous administration nationalized a 51 percent stake in the company. In an interview with the EFE news agency today,

Most of us travel we get about a week or so to explore the city we’re visiting. It’s short and sweet but never feels like it’s enough. And while that works for many, sometimes it feels good to just

Argentina and Spain are coming closer to signing a number of education agreements, one of which would make university degrees transferable across both countries, thus saving students the headache of having to “validate” their degrees outside of Argentina. And — …

Spain is a fairly young democracy and in this respect it has more in common with its Latin American cousins than with most of its European neighbors. General Francisco Franco, self-proclaimed as El Caudillo, ruled as dictator for 36 long

A new US series has it on good authority (or at least on an authority) that Hitler and his wife Eva Braun did not in fact commit suicide but instead fled to Argentina.

In Hunting Hitler, veteran CIA agent

President-elect Mauricio Macri met with Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation José Manuel García-Margallo yesterday to strengthen what the Spanish official predicted would be a “spectacular” relationship.

In his statement, García Margallo said that:

“We [Spain and …

President-elect Mauricio Macri met with Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation José Manuel García-Margallo yesterday to strengthen what the Spanish official predicted would be a “spectacular” relationship.

In his statement, García Margallo said that:

“We [Spain and …

51-year-old businessman Juan Armando Pomo has been named as the third Argentine to have died in Tuesday’s tragic plane crash between Barcelona and Düsseldorf.

It was announced yesterday that 28-year-old Argentine couple Sebastián Gabriel Greco and Gabriela Luján Maumus were …

A Federal Judge in Buenos Aires has issued arrest and extradition orders for 20 Spanish nationals who held positions or were otherwise involved with General Franco’s fascist dictatorship in Spain. Maria Servini de Cubria cited the concept of universal jurisdiction …