April 24, 2017
Viernes, 30 de Diciembre de 2016
That was the year that was
Cristian Lanatta and Víctor Schillaci, two of the convicts of the so-called “Band on the run.”
President Mauricio Macri put together an mpressive set of photo-ops on his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Pope Francis “welcomes” President Mauricio Macri to the Vatican.
The Mothers and Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo take part in a massive public commemoration, marking the 40th. anniversary of the last military coup.
President Maurico Macri made it onto the front pages across the world, alongside other leaders, after information about him emerged through the “Panama Papers” affair.
Union leaders of the Peronist CGT and the dissident CTA head a massive workers’ protest on April 29.
Summoned by Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, CFK inaugurates her political year in the City by addressing supporters.
Finance Minister Alfonso Prat-Gay and his then Finance Secretary (and future minister) Luis “Totó” Caputo celebrate the deal with “vulture” funds.
Disgraced former Public Works secretary José López is arrested after chucking bags containing over US$9 million over the walls of a convent.
Aldo Rico, the former leader of the infamous 1987 military uprising, participates in the Bicentennial parade in Buenos Aires City.
The owner of the Herald decided to put an end to 140 years of daily editions, turning us into a weekly.
Homeless people sleep rough on the streets of Buenos Aires.
Women chant during a massive demonstration organised by the Ni una menos movement drawing attention to gender violence.
Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election shocked Barack Obama and the wider world.
A woman in Camagüey, Cuba. waits to catch a glimpse of the ashes of Fidel Castro, before are driven past in a hearse following the Cuban dictator’s death.
Members of Argentina’s winning Davis Cup team celebrate their historic victory against Croatia.
Túpac Amaru leader and social activist, Milagro Sala, pictured in court during her trial.
Senior Editor Michael Soltys holds up the impressively detailed crib sheet he created to write this summary — as he does every year.
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