This device could revolutionize childbirth. It was created by a car mechanic

Originally in: GlobalPost (USA)
April 2 2014

How an Argentine’s basic bottle cork trick led to an invention experts say will save mothers’ lives around the world.

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Aiming high

Originally in: Monocle
February 2014

Mauricio Macri shunned his family business to pursue a life in politics. Now mayor of Buenos Aires and a presidential candidate, he reacts to corruption accusations and tells us why running a football club has been his biggest role to date.

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Bachelet position on Mapuche people scrutinized ahead of second term

Originally in: The Miami Herald (USA)
December 25 2013

As President-elect Michelle Bachelet prepares to take office in March, her previous government’s policies toward the country’s indigenous groups and her recent pledges on the campaign trail are being increasingly scrutinized.

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The nation that’s still waging war on Native Americans

Originally in: The Independent
December 11 2013

Chile’s refusal to recognise ancestral land claims has sparked a deadly conflict with the Mapuche people.

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Why music and dancing hold the key to Chile’s election

Originally in: The Independent
November 16 2013

Students calling for reform of private schooling are central to presidential vote.

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Top-secret files shed new light on Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’

Originally in: The Independent
November 5 2013

Cleaners stumble across classified documents linked to military junta behind 30,000 deaths.

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President Kirchner’s dynasty rejected by Argentina’s voters

Originally in: The Independent
October 29 2013

Defeat in mid-term elections signals end to her chances of running for power in 2015.

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Argentines vote Sunday in pivotal mid-term election

Originally in: The Miami Herald (USA)
October 26 2013

Argentines head to the polls on Sunday to vote in mid-term elections expected to deal a severe blow to the current government and dent possible reelection plans of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

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Argentina is all about the black market Benjamins

Originally in: GlobalPost (USA)
July 7 2013

Argentina loves US dollars. Despite government attempts to wean them off the currency, the black market is more popular than ever — and easily exploited by foreigners looking to change greenbacks into pesos. Here’s how it’s done.

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Quinoa: good for you – bad for Bolivians?

Originally in: The Independent
June 27 2013

It’s the new superfood that’s been hailed by the UN. But booming demand is pricing out a population who have relied on the grain for 7,000 years. By Ed Stocker in Uyuni.

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