Six governors representing all of southern Argentina co-signed the statement, describing themselves as the “United Provinces of the South”

The US Secretary of State pointed to Argentina’s potential in the energy transition as one of the areas to expand cooperation

Six governors representing all of southern Argentina co-signed the statement, describing themselves as the “United …

The US Secretary of State pointed to Argentina’s potential in the energy transition as one …

In recent years the event has embraced Donald Trump more openly while expanding to countries …

The case’s first major filing since Milei took power argued that the plaintiff’s claim ‘never …

The country lost the US$1.5 billion lawsuit in January in a London court

Gita Gopinath stated that social and political support were ‘crucial’ in order to guarantee the …

Guest Writer

Miriam Lewin

The Supreme Court said Fernando Cerimedo was one of the people responsible …

The government has not confirmed which funds it will eliminate, but some …

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

Show me the money: five movies to help you understand the country’s financial woes

Sports

The Argentine superstar put on a man-of-the-match performance as his team won 2-0, with the debut of striker Luis Suárez

The Rosario-born superstar explained why he missed the game Inter Miami had scheduled against a Hong Kong team

The Buenos Aires native was quick to get the upper hand against Chilean Nicolás Jarry, winning his first ATP Tour title

The Argentine tennis star who shocked Andy Murray at the 2024 Australian Open spoke with the Herald about his burst into the spotlight

Economics & Business

Politics

The Argentine Foreign Minister ‘expressed dissatisfaction’ with the British Foreign Secretary’s visit to the islands on Monday

Governor Ricardo Quintela claims the move was forced by the ‘cruelty’ of the national government’s spending cuts

Following last week’s failed negotiations, the government will establish a limited increase in two installments which will impact welfare benefits

Herald favorites

These plant-based eateries are proof that you don’t have to be a carnivore to enjoy dining out in the capital

A virtual tour of some of the best family-style restaurants scattered across the city and province

Home office giving you cabin fever? From the cultural to the pet-friendly, here’s where to work instead

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

Human rights

The final remains from the Pozo de Vargas were sent for analysis last year — and forensicists are still identifying new victims

Born in Poland, she came to Argentina after the end of World War 2. Her son, Daniel, was kidnapped and disappeared in 1977

The document accuses the police of using chemical agents and rubber bullets against 35 journalists and lawyers during the protests outside Congress

From democratic backsliding to abortion rights and racism, these are the issues we’re following around the region

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