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Violent protests erupt in Argentina over pension reform

Violent protests erupt in Argentina over pension reform

Argentina's Congress passed a pension reform measure on Tuesday, despite violent protests and a 24-hour general strike against the proposal.
Chile’s Election Consolidates Latin America’s Rightward Shift

Chile’s Election Consolidates Latin America’s Rightward Shift

Sebastián Piñera and his wife, Cecilia Morel, celebrating his victory in the Chilean presidential election outside a hotel in Santiago.
After Street Clashes, Argentina’s Congress Passes Pension Overhaul

After Street Clashes, Argentina’s Congress Passes Pension Overhaul

Protesters on Tuesday outside Congress in Buenos Aires. Scores have been arrested or injured during demonstrations.
Op-Ed Contributor: I Am a Political Prisoner in Argentina

Op-Ed Contributor: I Am a Political Prisoner in Argentina

In July, Argentines honored victims of a 1994 terror attack on a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
5 Major Conservative Victories in Latin America in 2017

5 Major Conservative Victories in Latin America in 2017

Latin American politics for the past decade has been driven by a continental debate on the merits of socialism – a debate that, thanks to the devastating humanitarian situation in Venezuela,

Western Shame: Tolerating Terrorists for Political Expediency

The only way terror groups can be defeated is if the good guys are uncompromising.
Aide Accused of Playing Role in Death of Argentine Prosecutor

Aide Accused of Playing Role in Death of Argentine Prosecutor

Diego Lagomarsino, center in a 2015 photograph, was indicted Tuesday on charges that he played a role in the death of an Argentine prosecutor investigating a possible cover-up related to a 1994
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: I Want to Be an Angry Mother

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: I Want to Be an Angry Mother

Mães de Maio members demonstrating in São Paulo, Brazil in April.
Argentina: Judge Deems Death of Prosecutor Who Linked Iran to Terror Attack a ‘Violent’ Murder

Argentina: Judge Deems Death of Prosecutor Who Linked Iran to Terror Attack a ‘Violent’ Murder

A federal judge in Argentina has deemed the death of a prosecutor who accused high-ranking government officials, including the former president, of covering up Iran's involvement in the nation’s
New year, new rules: what changes around the world from 1 January

New year, new rules: what changes around the world from 1 January

British rail fares will rise again this year and Californians will be able to buy marijuana legally for recreational purposesSaudis and Emiratis will pay more tax, the Swiss will pay less, Brits will
‘Miracle’ baby who helped mum recover from coma celebrates first birthday

‘Miracle’ baby who helped mum recover from coma celebrates first birthday

Amelia Bannan was involved in a horrific car crash when she was five months pregnant.
Chinese Communists Vow to ‘Promote Globalization’ in Latin America

Chinese Communists Vow to ‘Promote Globalization’ in Latin America

In a Spanish-language opinion piece in one of the nation's largest newspapers, Chinese Ambassador to Argentina Yang Wanming urged Latin American nations to increase trade ties to China, promoting
Baby’s body snatched from coffin in cemetery ‘by satanic cult’

Baby’s body snatched from coffin in cemetery ‘by satanic cult’

It's feared his body will be used in a satanic ritual.
Corruption Arrests in Argentina Raise Hope, and Skepticism

Corruption Arrests in Argentina Raise Hope, and Skepticism

President Mauricio Macri of Argentina speaking at campaign rally for congressional candidates in Buenos Aires last year.
As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

Nuns praying in the Basilica of San Jose de Flores this week in Buenos Aires, in the neighborhood where Pope Francis was born.
As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

Nuns praying in the Basilica of San Jose de Flores this week in Buenos Aires, in the neighborhood where Pope Francis was born.
Argentine Soccer Team Puts Keepers Through Batshit Insane Training Regimen

Argentine Soccer Team Puts Keepers Through Batshit Insane Training Regimen

Sportivo Dock Sud, a team in Argentina’s fourth division, really want their goalkeepers to be prepared for anything. That must be why the team’s keeper coach runs his charges through the wildest
ANCIENT RACE. Republicas Motocicletas’ ‘Old Power’ Honda NX350 Tracker

ANCIENT RACE. Republicas Motocicletas’ ‘Old Power’ Honda NX350 Tracker

There is something about the bond between childhood best friends that is impossible to break and for many, they're the greatest years of life. You don't need much, just the free days of the holidays,
British tourist found dead in Argentina named

British tourist found dead in Argentina named

David Minn, 24, found on mountainous hiking trail near city of UshuaiaA British tourist who died in Argentina has been named as David Minn. The local civil defence authorities said the 24-year-old’s