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In Buenos Aires, School Construction Stalls Despite Overflowing Classrooms

Region: Argentina

Topics: ClassroomEducation

Public school classrooms in Buenos Aires are bursting at the seams, but new construction projects are at a standstill. Meanwhile, teachers worry that the poor learning environment will come at a cost for students.

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Soaring Rents, High Demand Pushing out Many Buenos Aires Tenants

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human MigrationHuman RightsMoney

Affordable housing is out of reach for many Buenos Aires renters, and experts and tenants’ groups are looking at ways to rectify the situation.

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Seeking Justice, Argentina’s Cross-Dressers Press Government for Reparations

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human RightsPolitics

People who are transgender in Argentina were often arrested without cause in past decades, but now the government might have to atone for those actions. A new bill proposes that sexual minorities who were mistreated by police be granted a financial settlement.

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Austrian Dances in Argentine Capital

Region: Argentina

Topics: Culture

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Argentine Woman’s Journey Reflects Successes, Failures of Mental Health System

Region: Argentina

Topics: Health

Rosa Hernández and her companions rent a home together, but many people within Argentina’s mental-health system are not as fortunate as these women have been. The nation has been slow to implement mental-health reforms enacted in 2010.

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Government Reorganization Disrupts Essential Health Care for Disabled Argentines

Region: Argentina

Topics: HealthPolitics

Earlier this year, the administration of benefits for disabled Argentines moved from the ministry of health to another government agency. Those who rely on the government for health care have faced disruption in receiving necessary medication and services, and service providers wonder how long they’ll be able to keep their doors open.

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Argentine Woman Practices Daredevil Sport

Region: Argentina

Topics: Culture

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Freestyle Football Players in Argentina

Region: Argentina

Topics: Culture

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As Contamination Threatens Water, Argentine Scientists Use Waste to Build Filters

Region: Argentina

Topics: EnvironmentWater

The Matanza-Riachuelo river basin is a source of water for millions of Argentines, but it’s also among the most polluted in the world. Scientists in Buenos Aires are hoping to clean up the water by harnessing an unlikely source – organic waste.

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Street Performer Joins Argentine Protest

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