U.S. government archives narrate the human rights abuses committed by Argentina's military junta, often with the assistance of the American government.
According to one study, 97 percent of women of reproductive age in Latin America live in countries with restrictive abortion laws.
International—and intranational—tensions are high in Buenos Aires.
Demonstrators protest against the upcoming G20 summit in Leon Kolbowsky Stadium on November 27th, 2018, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
View of the Constitución train station and empty bus stops in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during a 24-hour general strike, on September 25th, 2018.
Volunteers prepare a free meal at a soup kitchen in Buenos Aires during a protest against the government of Argentine President Mauricio Macri.
Abortion rights activists comfort each other outside the National Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 9th, 2018, after senators rejected a bill that would have legalized abortion.
People demonstrate against the government of President Mauricio Macri on July 9th, 2018.
Argentina beat Nigeria 2–1 in their final qualifying game at the 2018 World Cup.
If the historic bill passes the senate, Argentina's president has promised to sign it into law.
Pro-choice activists demonstrate outside the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires, on June 13th, 2018, calling for the approval of a bill that would legalize abortion.
Dozens of pro-choice activists gather in front of the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires, on June 3rd, 2018, calling for the approval of a bill that would legalize abortion.
A man prays in front of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association Jewish community center during the commemoration of the 23rd anniversary of the terrorist bombing attack that killed 85 people and injured 300, in Buenos Aires on July 18th, 2017.
Whether the crusading prosecutor’s death is found to be a suicide or homicide, many Argentines probably won’t believe it. The past has taught them to always look for the sinister explanation.
What to do with thousands of abandoned Christmas ornaments stored in a down-and-out section of Buenos Aires? Turn them into a social science experiment, of course!