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You’ve probably already experienced it, a ride with one of those Buenos Aires taxi drivers that have enough anger pent up inside them that it just flows out with every word they speak. Stories are a dime a dozen, from …

With just under three weeks to go until the Senate votes on the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion, it would be something of an understatement to say that tensions are running high, particularly among the bill’s critics, still smarting …

The government cancelled the participation of President Mauricio Macri in the official event for Flag Day that took place today in the city of Rosario – in the Province of Santa Fe – due to fears of possible violent protests …

A recent UNICEF report discovered that 73 percent of Argentine children between ages 2 and 4 have suffered from physical or psychological violence. The data comes from a study conducted by Argentina’s Ministry of Social Development, which interviewed 23,791 urban …

Football violence, the ugly side of the game is proving hard to eliminate. However, recently the national government has taken steps to tackle the problem, instructing the Ministry of Security to “prevent violence during football matches” in newly signed legislation.

Each year, the US State Department compiles data from local governments, civil societies, and NGO agencies to create the annual Human Right’s Report, specific to over 200 countries. The 2016 publication finds Argentina struggling with recurrent themes, mainly “official corruption, …

The annual National Women’s Summit (ENM), which will take place in Rosario this weekend, has become surrounded by controversy. A contentious campaign has emerged and posters have popped up around the city in protest against the conference. Meanwhile, a …

Local media is going nuts today over video that captured an aggressive man armed with a club attacking a group of celebrating students in Pilar.

The video shows how the man approached the students who were getting ready to go

The body of yet another woman was found this morning in Mendoza, marking the third murder of a woman in the last three days in the western province. These separate occurrences have more in common than what may first meet …

In the first weekend since Brazil’s Senate impeached Dilma Rousseff from the country’s presidency and Michel Temer was sworn into power, it became clear that many will not take what they describe as a coup sitting down. While in China …