Sub, an Argentine photo collective, shares everything, especially an activist political outlook. A recent project looks at the lives of the country’s wealthiest, who live in luxurious, gated communities.
The clothing retailer Ralph Lauren faced criminal and civil charges of violating a federal law against making illegal payments to foreign officials, the latest case highlighting a crackdown on overseas bribery by American companies.
BUENOS AIRES — As Concepción Martínez, her husband and two daughters pulled into the last subway station here, cheers and clapping erupted from the throngs of people, some wearing turn-of-the-20th-century dress, waiting on the platform.
Camera flashes lighted the tunnels as passengers took their final rides in the saloonlike wagons — with their wooden benches, frosted glass lamps and manually operated brass doors — of South America’s first subwa...
After the president of Argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, did not receive an invitation to the ceremonial funeral for Margaret Thatcher in London next week, Argentina called it “yet another provocation.”
During Argentina’s “Dirty War,” people thought to be enemies of the state were bundled into Ford Falcons without license plates and disappeared. Would the “war” have been less dirty if the Roman Catholic church had stood up to its perpetrators?