Did the Buenos Aires Police Kill Facundo Castro?
Mounting evidence suggests that the Buenos Aires Police are responsible for the disappearance and murder of Facundo Astudillo Castro.
Inés InSeptember 5, 2020
Professor Dies of Coronavirus During Zoom Lecture
Paola Di Simone, an Argentinian professor, reported on August 28 that she had tested positive for the coronavirus and had been showing symptoms for four weeks. This week, she collapsed in the middle of a live virtual lecture. Her employer, the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE), has not yet explained why Paola was working while ill.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaSeptember 5, 2020
Argentina: Left Front Congressman Nicolas del Caño Receives Death Threats
“Hello disgusting lefty. I’m leaving you this [drawing of military dictator Rafael] Videla so that you think better what you do.” On Monday, Argentine congressman Nicolás del Caño received death threats on his mobile phone. Del Caño is a former presidential candidate and a national representative for the Frente de Izquierda (Workers’ Left Front)
Juan Cruz FerreSeptember 25, 2018
Buenos Aires Subway Workers Strike Against Repression
After a month-long struggle the militarized police clamped down on striking subway workers in the tunnel and arrested 16 of them. In response to the government’s repression, subway workers called for an indefinite, city-wide transit strike until their fellow workers are released from jail.
Leo ZinoMay 23, 2018