From Argentina and Latin America

Tucumán: Woman Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Miscarriage

A 27-year-old woman was sentenced to 8 years in prison after suffering a miscarriage in a hospital in San Miguel de Tucumán.

Senate Approves Bill to Prohibit Job Layoffs for 180 Days

Argentina's Senate last night approved a bill to declare a 'Labour Emergency' and prohibit further layoffs for a six-month period.

Mexico: Experts Slam Government Over Disappeared Students

Relatives of the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students marched just days after the release of another damning report into the Mexican government's handling of the investigation.

On Macri and Entrepreneurs

President Mauricio Macri wants to turn Argentina into a "country of 40 million entrepreneurs". But José Natanson warns that this vision is unrealistic for the majority of the population.

Why We Should be Defending Argentina's Media Law

The 2009 Media Law may have been imperfect - and poorly applied by the previous government - but the changes decreed by President Macri mark a big retreat for plurality and competition in the media.

VIDEO: What's Going On in Brazil?

Corruption scandals, impeachment proceedings, protest marches, political manoeuvring... things in Brazil are complicated right now. Here's an easy guide to what's been going on.