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2:20PM – The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, has just arrived in Argentina for the Summit.

President Macri will soon be traveling to New York during the last week of September to participate in the next General Assembly of the United Nations—which US President Donald Trump will be the hosting—and to receive the ninth Atlantic Council’s

The issue of human trafficking has come to the limelight in Argentina in the last couple of decades, especially in relation to young women and girls kidnapped or coerced into sex work. While there are no official numbers that relate

In July 2016, president Mauricio Macri first announced that Argentina would accept 3,000 Syrian refugees. In April 2017, the government also promised to grant 1,000 university scholarships to Syrian refugees over the course of the next five years, as

Happy Tuesday everyone – has anyone ever said that before? Today is International Day of Happiness, established by the United Nations in 2013 to celebrate the importance of happiness in the day to day lives of people living all …

Filling in for President Mauricio Macri, Vice-President Gabriela Michetti delivered a speech to the United Nations General Assembly yesterday that, among other things, focused on human rights violations, attempted to strengthen Argentina’s global status, and even rejoiced over the “renewed …

Last night, Argentine Vice-president Gabriela Michetti sat down at a very full dinner table as part of the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations, in New York. Attendees included US President Donald Trump, Brazilian President Michel Temer, Colombian President …

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon arrived to the country yesterday for a two-day visit during which he is meeting with President Mauricio Macri and Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra, who is currently in the run to replace him as the head …

Argentina holds the highest youth unemployment rate in Latin America according to the UN’s 2015 Work for Human Development report. With a 19.4 percent rate, the country narrowly beats Uruguay (19.2 percent) and Colombia (19.1).

The report states that …

In more Vatican related news — without Satan references this time — Argentina’s Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra met today with Pope Francis, in what was described as a “constructive and positive” encounter. Following the meeting, Malcorra stated there was “no