President Alberto Fernández sent the bill to legalize abortion to the National Congress for consideration on November 17
The night of September 16, 1976, was one of the bloodiest night of the last civic-military dictatorship in Argentina, when a group of high school students were kidnapped and tortured by the state security forces
Journalist Lucia Sabini Fraga dialogues with Senegalese street vendors in Argentina and Barcelona who resist state repression and struggle to survive amid the pandemic
The Buenos Aires legislator and women’s rights activist, Ofelia Fernández, expressed about the need to create a Ministry of Gender, Women and Diversity in the city of Buenos Aires
Two and a half months after the disappearance of Facundo Astudillo, the justice investigates a possible forced disappearance and international organizations like the UN are pressuring the Argentine state to give responses
In 2002, Darío Santillán and Maximiliano Kosteki were assassinated in the entrance to the Avellaneda station following brutal repression by the Buenos Aires province police to a mobilization demanding salary increases, subsidies for unemployed and food for community kitchens.
Ramona Medina was hospitalized and connected to a respirator after she tested positive for coronavirus. There are more than 1,000 confirmed cases in Buenos Aires’ poor neighborhoods
The protest was organized ahead of a visit by an IMF delegation on February 12 to renegotiate Argentina’s USD 44 billion IMF debt.
Under the slogan of “Your hatred is not welcome here”, a massive mobilization will be carried out in Buenos Aires to reject Bolsonaro’s visit to Argentina as well as his fascist politics.