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Hand of Pod: Violence Rears its Head Again in Argentine Football

Hand of Pod: Violence Rears its Head Again in Argentine Football

The Hand of Pod team discuss the latest outbreak of violence on the terraces, after Godoy Cruz v Racing was suspended last week. This plus all the latest action in the domestic league.

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Crisis in Guatemala: The Fall of the President and his Vice

Crisis in Guatemala: The Fall of the President and his Vice

His former vice has been arrested and President Otto Pérez Molina is now facing possible impeachment after new evidence links him to the ‘La Línea’ corruption scandal.

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Mural of the Month: Fierro Hotel

Mural of the Month: Fierro Hotel

In our monthly collaboration with Graffitimundo, we take you inside the Buenos Aires street art scene. This month, Parbo gets to work on Palermo’s Fierro Hotel.

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Poetic Injustice: María Kodama vs. The Lit Scene

Poetic Injustice: María Kodama vs. The Lit Scene

The story of how writer Pablo Katchadjian was accused of copyright infringement by María Kodama, the widow and heir of Jorge Luis Borges, for his book: ‘El Aleph engoradado’.

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Crisis in Brazil: A View from the Left

Crisis in Brazil: A View from the Left

In a week of two big marches, Giselene dos Santos of social group ‘Movimiento Sin Tierras’ explains why the Brazilian Left is critical of President Dilma Rousseff but still defends her mandate.

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Out Now: El Clan

Out Now: El Clan

Wendy Gosselin reviews the most anticipated Argentine film of the year, which contextualises the horrific crimes of the Puccio family during Argentina’s return to democracy.

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Top ‘Off Corrientes’ Plays To Catch in August

Top ‘Off Corrientes’ Plays To Catch in August

Theatre correspondent María Agustina Pardini provides the inside scoop on four interesting and original plays currently being performed in Buenos Aires’ alternative circuit.

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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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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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