Francos will become Milei’s most powerful minister, as the interior ministry will turn into a secretariat under his purview

The beloved 94-year-old human rights activist is recovering from a hernia operation and also has a pulmonary infection

Francos will become Milei’s most powerful minister, as the interior ministry will turn into a …

The beloved 94-year-old human rights activist is recovering from a hernia operation and also has …

Rescue teams believe they have found 19-year-old Julia Horn, who went missing on Thursday at …

Báez and Cerúndolo won while Tirante, Cachín, and Riera were eliminated

The Argentine president has made no secret of his desire to strengthen ties with Silicon …

Now’s your chance to see María Luisa Bemberg’s classic melodrama “Camila,” with an introduction from …

Guest Writer

Miriam Lewin

The president sang and gave a speech where he called abortion a …

A rise in homophobic hate speech, a housing crisis, and state abandonment …

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

Martín Demichelis’ team failed to make a dominant performance count and fell to Temperley on penalties

The Argentina head coach announces team for preparation friendlies for the title defense

Mario Balotelli becomes the latest in a long list of big names hoping to don the Argentine team’s blue and gold jersey

Real Madrid point guard Facundo Campazzo is the 2023-24 Most Valuable Player

Economics & Business

Politics

The defense minister said they were just ‘Argentines who sang the Argentine Navy march around an Argentine flag’

Milei had refused to apologize for accusing the Spanish first lady of being ‘corrupt’

The Peronist leadership also called for the rejection of Milei’s omnibus bill and megadecree — but stopped short of naming candidates

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. 

Human rights

Mother of Plaza de Mayo Sara Rus, who passed away in January at 96, ‘turned the concept of victim into life and light’

A rise in homophobic hate speech, a housing crisis, and state abandonment contributed to the arson attack, activists say

The Ukrainian conflict reporter and filmmaker on her country’s parallels with dictatorship-era Argentina, shared human experiences of survival, and how to avoid repeating the past

The ‘Las Brigadas’ case tried crimes against humanity committed in four different clandestine detention centers in Buenos Aires Province, including Pozo de Banfield

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