On Now: Warld Cup

On Now: Warld Cup

Rafa López Binaghi reviews 'Warld Cup', a collective photo exhibit that exposes the contradictions behind Brazil's hosting of the 2014 tournament, now on display in Buenos Aires.

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Amnesty: Argentina’s Progress Stalled in ‘Devastating Year’ for Human Rights

Amnesty: Argentina’­;s Progress Stalled in ‘Devastat­ing Year’ for Human Rights

According to Amnesty International, 2014 was a 'devastating year' for global human rights. But what about in Argentina? Kate Rooney looks at progress in the key areas of abortion, indigenous rights, and torture.

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Expat Stories: Drummer Boy

Expat Stories: Drummer Boy

David Moran sits down with Michael Hahn, who moved to Argentina from Germany in the post-war years, about adjusting to Latin culture, and playing drums in his youth.

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18F: Reflections on the March for Nisman

18F: Reflections on the March for Nisman

After joining the 'silent march' in memory of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, Indy editor Marc Rogers highlights some of the nuances that add context and perspective to 18F.

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On Now: Latinoamerica. Donación Sara Facio

On Now: Latinoamerica. Donación Sara Facio

Drawn from renowned Argentine photographer Sara Facio's prized collection, Simon Hall says this exhibit at the MNBA highlights the depth, richness, and diversity of Latin America’s photographic history,

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Hand of Pod: How Will Argentine Clubs Fare in the Copa Libertadores?

Hand of Pod: How Will Argentine Clubs Fare in the Copa Libertadores?

The Indy teams up with football podcast Hand Of Pod for a review of the first round of matches in the 2015 Primera as well as a look at how Argentine clubs will fare in the Copa LIbertadores.

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VIDEO: 18F: Voices from the ‘Silent March’ in Buenos Aires

VIDEO: 18F: Voices from the ‘Silent March’ in Buenos Aires

A month after the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, yesterday tens of thousands took to the streets of Buenos Aires in a Silent March, to demand justice in the investigation into his death.

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VIDEO: Gualeguaychú, Argentina’s National Carnaval

VIDEO: Gualeguaychú, Argentina’­;s National Carnaval

As Latin America gets ready to celebrate Carnaval weekend, Kate Rooney visits Argentina's biggest party, in the unsuspecting town of Gualeguaychú.

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Hand of Pod: Previewing the 2015 Monster Championship

Hand of Pod: Previewing the 2015 Monster Championship

The Indy teams up with Hand Of Pod, an English-language podcast analysing domestic football in Argentina, to bring you a preview of the 30-team 2015 league championship.

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Undercover BA: Picks for 2015

Undercover BA: Picks for 2015

In a new column, trend hunter Vanessa Bell shares her insider tips of the places, designers, and things to seek out in Buenos Aires. This month, the secret spots to know in 2015.

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