The Buenos Aires city government will move its Education Ministry to Villa 31, a slum of some 43,000 people in Retiro, as part of a new plan to urbanise the neighbourhood.
President Mauricio Macri and the National Women's Council have presented a comprehensive national action plan to combat gender violence in Argentina.
A single fare on the Buenos Aires subte network will cost $7.50 from 27th July, according to a resolution published in the city government's official gazette today.
Consumption has become an increasingly important driver of social values and political legitimacy, something pro-market president Mauricio Macri seems to have forgotten, says José Natanson.
Drew Reed was on the ground watching Argentina's bicentennial celebrations in Tucumán this weekend. This is what he discovered at the event.
In most parts of the world, people can barely imagine what living with double-digit inflation would be like. So how do Argentines cope when inflation is running above 40%?