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The Indy Eye: Life After The Floods

The Indy Eye: Life After The Floods

The Indy visits the town of Concordia, Entre Ríos, one of the worst hit places during the New Year floods, to speak with locals returning to their devastated homes.

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On Now at MACBA: Oscar Bony and the Act of Shooting

On Now at MACBA: Oscar Bony and the Act of Shooting

Instant Bony, a homage to the legendary Argentine artist Oscar Bony, is an intriguing exhibition currently running at The Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA). Erika Teichart reviews.

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Police Violence: Argentina’s Other Security Emergency

Police Violence: Argentina’s Other Security Emergency

With instances of police brutality still repeating themselves, Matthew Corb examines the complex debate over reforming Argentina’s security forces amid Macri’s push to get ‘tough on crime’ .

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Timeline: Argentina, Vulture Funds, and a Never-Ending Debt Saga

Timeline: Argentina, Vulture Funds, and a Never-Ending Debt Saga

As the Macri administration engages in key negotiations with vulture funds, here’s a helpful guide to bring you up to speed to Argentina’s 15-year battle with its creditors.

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The Indy Eye: This Month In Photos, January

The Indy Eye: This Month In Photos, January

A busier January than usual, this month we saw the new government in full swing and received some strange visitors in Buenos Aires.

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The Best Juice Bars in Buenos Aires

The Best Juice Bars in Buenos Aires

Thirsty for vitamins? From punchy shots of ginger to Brazilian açai and even trendy kale, Buenos Aires has developed a good range of juice and smoothie bars. Matthew Smith picks out some of the best.

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Resurrection: Gothic Horror Made in Argentina

Resurrection: Gothic Horror Made in Argentina

New film ‘Resurrection’ is a worthy exploration of a Gothic horror genre that remains undeveloped in Argentina cinema. Bala Chamber reviews.

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The Argentine Films to Look Out for This Year

The Argentine Films to Look Out for This Year

Argentine cinema has had some big international hits in recent years, and there are plenty of interesting local productions due for release in 2016.

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Gatitos de la Sarmiento: A Different Type of Cat Shelter

Gatitos de la Sarmiento: A Different Type of Cat Shelter

Deliberately hidden away in the Buenos Aires neighbourhood of Montserrat, Gatitos de la Sarmiento is a cat shelter trying to change the way we think of domestic animals. Carla McKirdy reports.

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Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires

Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires

Not able to escape the big city before the start of 2016? Not to worry, we’ve prepared a short guide to help make the best of spending New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires.

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