People opposing the Ley Bases in and around Congress were subjected to rubber bullets and tear gas by multiple security forces

Amid diplomatic tensions, the country renegotiated an agreement that matured over June and July

People opposing the Ley Bases in and around Congress were subjected to rubber bullets and …

Amid diplomatic tensions, the country renegotiated an agreement that matured over June and July

The Argentine football star opened up about his future in football and confirmed Inter Miami …

On June 12 Argentines honor football’s least glamorous position, remembering River Plate and Argentina legend …

The minister said fresh negotiations would begin after the lender’s eighth scheduled loan review on …

A Florida jury ordered the company to pay US$38.3 million to the families of eight …

Guest Writer

Miriam Lewin

Chief advisor Fernando Szereszevsky said his departure was already planned and not …

The government blamed the outstanding US$350,000 tab on the previous administration, but …

More than 70 stores were raided in Buenos Aires and Entre Ríos …

After 5.2% growth in 2022, “negative statistical inertia” and drought likely to …

Culture & Ideas

Paperback prices have doubled in four months even as middle-class Argentines struggle to pay for food and medicine

Sports

The two-week tournament was a perfect storm of skill and drama, ending with the most unlikely winner of all

The Argentine star’s heirs put forward their claim, alleging it was originally lost during a bank robbery in 1989

River Plate will face Talleres de Córdoba while Boca Juniors has to wait for postponed games to be played

Lorena Benítez, Julieta Cruz, Laurina Oliveros, and Eliana Stabile cited low investment and lack of answers from the Argentine Football Federation

Economics & Business

Politics

The minister also dismissed reports that Brazil’s Supreme Court requested information on potential fugitives, saying it’s a ‘propaganda issue’

‘I won’t give up fiscal balance,’ the president said after Peronism united with the so-called friendly opposition to approve the bill

According to the UCA Social Debt Observatory, 17.5% of Argentines are destitute

Herald favorites

In a city with a penchant for late meals, a passion for coffee, and a taste for mixing sweet and salty, brunch options are everywhere. Here are some of our favorites.

From delicious asado and horse riding displays to dinosaur fossils and riverside beaches, getting away from the city doesn’t have to entail an odyssey

From Buenos Aires to Patagonia, here are some mountainous destinations you can’t miss when visiting the country

From the eccentric to the expensive, it can be hard to know where to start. So, we compiled a list of our staff’s favorite bookshops. 

Lifestyle

A heartbreaking theater production, a tour of Paternal’s open art studios, and 35 mm screenings of two classic films are just a few of the cultural offerings on tap 

Paperback prices have doubled in four months even as middle-class Argentines struggle to pay for food and medicine

Human rights

Mothers of Plaza de Mayo never thought they would ‘have to prove there was a genocide in Argentina all over again,’ says Taty Almeida

It had already gone from independent ministry to pared-down undersecretariat. Argentina no longer has a national state department dedicated to gender policy

The mother of two children disappeared by the dictatorship in the 1970s, she presided an organization that grouped family members of people affected by the same tragedy

Protesters condemned government austerity, anti-LGBTQIA+ hate speech, and setbacks in policies tackling gender-based violence

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