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Munduruku: A Golden Community

Munduruku: A Golden Community

The Munduruku tribe, in Brazil, is seeking its own justice against illegal gold miners, agricultural businesses, and the seven hydroelectric dams about to be constructed on their lands.

Posted in Development, Environment, TOP STORY0 Comments

That’s A Wrap: A Grand Finale to the 16th BAFICI

That’s A Wrap: A Grand Finale to the 16th BAFICI

BAFICI 2014 wrapped yesterday. Film writer Wendy Gosselin reflects on this year’s festival, picking some of the 16th edition’s highlights, and which films to look out for in the coming months.

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Editorial: On Lynchings, The Media, and Missed Opportunities

Editorial: On Lynchings, The Media, and Missed Opportunities

Marc Rogers looks back at the reactions to the wave of lynchings that gripped the country over the last week.

Posted in Opinion, TOP STORY7 Comments

Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Over four days last month, a group of people gathered on a field 200km outside of Buenos Aires and launched the first Burning Man-style event in Argentina. Jeff Herzbach was there to live the experience.

Posted in Art, TOP STORY, Travel1 Comment

Editorial: Argentina’s Unsustainable Path

Editorial: Argentina’s Unsustainable Path

The IPCC report, released Monday, made waves around the world. Kristie Robinson analyses the Argentine government and media’s lack of response, and looks at the country’s environmental legacy.

Posted in Current Affairs, Environment, Opinion, Social Issues, TOP STORY5 Comments

A Darker Side to the World Cup: Child Exploitation at Brazil 2014

A Darker Side to the World Cup: Child Exploitation at Brazil 2014

As Brazil prepares for the 2014 World Cup, Sam Pothecary analyses the measures being put in place to tackle an alarming issue: the rise in child trafficking during large sporting events.

Posted in Social Issues, TOP STORY, Urban Life0 Comments

Wanted: A Fair Price

Wanted: A Fair Price

Price agreements aim to protect consumers against inflation, but who ensures farmers get a fair price for their products? Lucía Bertotto and Roberta Ríos from Hecho in Buenos Aires report.

Posted in Social Issues, TOP STORY2 Comments

Indy Eye: Afro Carnaval

Indy Eye: Afro Carnaval

Patricio Murphy photographed the third Afrodescendants’ Carnaval in San Telmo, a celebration of the city’s rich and often overlooked African cultural heritage.

Posted in Photoessay, TOP STORY2 Comments

The Triple Enigma

The Triple Enigma

Translated into English by The Indy, an investigation by Revista MU into three shocking crimes in Trelew, connected by alleged police brutality and a judicial cover up.

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Vendimia Gains Momentum in Mendoza

Vendimia Gains Momentum in Mendoza

Mendoza’s national grape harvest festival of Vendimia is growing in fervour as it pushes ever closer to this coming weekend’s climax. Madeline Blasberg reports.

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