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On Tuesday, the secretary general of the Uruguayan Football Association, Alejandro Balbi, said Uruguay is interested in replacing Argentina in the Río de Janeiro Olympics if Argentina can’t participate, which should be decided in about a week.

Argentina has yet …

As car chases go, this one sounds quite low budget. Imagine the scene. A Tuesday night in the province of Entre Rios, a Volkswagen containing a father and son is being pursued, at maybe, like, 70 km/h by a …

With the ever-rising cost of living in Argentina, even the most basic of amenities are being affected now.

Ámbito compared the supermarket prices of milk, bread and other grain-based products such as dried noodles and spaghettis in Argentina, Chile, Brazil …

Daniel Osvaldo found himself in hot water after he was discovered smoking a cigarette in the changing rooms after Boca Junior’s 1-1 draw with Uruguayan team Nacional in the Copa Libertadores quarter finals.

Well, more than hot water actually. The …

Nothing screams “Argentine football” like a massive clusterfuck of all 22 players surrounding a referee, baying for his blood, needing intervention from riot police to halt a very public execution.

You could claim long balls smashed down the center of …

You may have noticed the streets of Buenos Aires are eerily empty these days, and that’s because Porteños have fled the concrete jungle in search of more aquamarine pastures, generally in Brazil or Uruguay.

That’s right: turns out more vacationers

President Mauricio Macri met with Uruguayan President Tabaré Vázquez today in Colonia to “relaunch” bilateral relations, which were not at their best during former Presidents Cristina and Néstor Kirchner’s mandate. And what better way for the neighboring countries to cozy …

Argentina is now home to one of two companies legally commissioned by the Uruguayan government to grow marijuana — news that has the potential to breed uncertainty over the actual position of Argentine authorities on the drug.

Uruguay technically legalized

Uruguay may once again have temporarily broken the “bro code” with Argentina this week at the Expo Prado, a farming expo, in Montevideo.

Don’t worry – they’re boys again – but only after the Uruguayan government removed a United …

Uruguay may once again have temporarily broken the “bro code” with Argentina this week at the Expo Prado, a farming expo, in Montevideo.

Don’t worry – they’re boys again – but only after the Uruguayan government removed a United …