Novitiates were forced to undergo beatings from metal-studded whips, wear hair shirts, and gags as a "sacrifice for God."Full Story
"The coup is a legal travesty that can only be done with the support of imperialism, the U.S.,” protest organizers said.Full Story
Thousands seized the streets Feb. 19 to demand women's right to legal, safe and free abortion.
According to Official reports, the inflation rate in Argentina has reached almost 50 percent.
"If we don’t win the streets, the IMF will beat us and our homeland will be destroyed," stated Hugo Godoy.
2,536 stores closed in the capital of Argentina and the Province of Buenos Aires in the first month of this year.
The International Monetary Fund will assess Argentina's books to decide if they can allot the next part of the US$56.3 billion loan the president renegotiated last September.
Argentines protested against new price increases.
Feb. 7 starts a series of major union protests in Argentina against President Macri's austerity measures that have decreased spending power by 17 percent.
About 11,000 hectares of crops will be destroyed to prevent the reappearance of GMO contaminated seeds.
A new poll shows that were Argentines to go to the polls today former head of state Christina Fernandez would beat incumbent Mauricio Macri.