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Civil Code Reform: Has Argentina Privatised Access to its Rivers?

Civil Code Reform: Has Argentina Privatised Access to its Rivers?

Environmental groups say changes to regulations governing the use of land bordering navigable rivers and canals take away the public right to access these bodies of water.

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Hand of Pod: Boca Stay Top, River Draw in Libertadores Final

Hand of Pod: Boca Stay Top, River Draw in Libertadores Final

A look back at the latest goings on in Argentine football, with Boca Juniors strengthening their position as league leaders and River Plate drawing 0-0 in the first leg of their Copa Libertadores final.

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The Indy Guide to BA’s Alternative Music Venues (II)

The Indy Guide to BA’s Alternative Music Venues (II)

Luján Gambina explores the best venues for independent music and arts in Buenos Aires. This month, we visit Villa Crespo, Palermo, and Caballito.

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Undercover BA: The Artisanal Knitwear Revolution

Undercover BA: The Artisanal Knitwear Revolution

Trend hunter Vanessa Bell shares her insider tips of the places, designers, and things to seek out in Buenos Aires. This month: knitwear

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On This Day In… 1865: Welsh Settlers Arrive in Patagonia

On This Day In… 1865: Welsh Settlers Arrive in Patagonia

On 28th July, 1865, around 150 Welsh nonconformists reached the end of a long sea journey, dreaming of a new life in an idyllic utopia. They had actually reached barren Patagonia, but that didn’t stop them.

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Kon Kon: The Authentic Flavour of Cocina a la Leña

Kon Kon: The Authentic Flavour of Cocina a la Leña

Victoria Arabskyj visits new Villa Crespo lunch joint Kon Kon, to try the country’s first shawarma a las brasas cooked in an authentic wood-burning clay oven.

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On Now: Baby Call

On Now: Baby Call

A comedy with a dark underlying message, award-winning play Baby Call successfully explores complex themes while providing plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.

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‘We Want Them Alive’ – The Ayotzinapa Convoy in Buenos Aires

‘We Want Them Alive’ – The Ayotzinapa Convoy in Buenos Aires

The Indy attended protests and marches led by relatives of the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students, who were in Buenos AIres as part of a ‘convoy’ around South America. This is the account of the day.

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The Indy Eye: 25 de Mayo Celebrations

The Indy Eye: 25 de Mayo Celebrations

Indy photographers share images from the festivities for the 205th anniversary of the 1810 May revolution, which led to Argentina’s independence.

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La Salsera: The Home of Salsa in the City of Tango

La Salsera: The Home of Salsa in the City of Tango

It doesn’t have to be all about tango in Buenos Aires. Annie Bacher says the Latin rhythms at La Salsera draws a mixed crowd of locals and foreigners united by the desire to dance.

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