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· April, 2012

Stories about Argentina from April, 2012

18 April 2012

Argentina: Bloggers React to Announcement of Nationalization of Oil Company YPF

The announcement of the nationalization of the oil company YPF, controlled by Spain's Repsol, and the transfer of 51% of its shares to the Argentinean government, sparked many reaction on...

13 April 2012

Argentina: “I Don't Believe in Schools but I do Believe in Education”

Educacion Viva (Live Education) has released the first of their videos challenging traditional education systems, titled I Don't Believe in Schools but I do Believe in Education. In the subtitled...

Internet Campaigns Invite Tourists to Visit Latin America

There are many web pages and blogs used to promote tourism in Latin America. We provide links to some of these pages here, and share a conversation with Global Voices...

11 April 2012

Argentina: Documentary on Urban Natives Looking for Subtitles

The previously featured Creative Commons documentary Runa Kuti on the identity of urban dwelling indigenous descendants in the city of Buenos Aires is looking for volunteers to help them subtitle...

6 April 2012

Argentina: Interviews from the Mapuche Nation's Meeting on Environmental Conflicts

Argentina: The Price of the Popular Yerba Mate Goes Up

Mate is a deep-rooted tradition in Argentina that begins in adolescence and continues on through adulthood. A price increase in the yerba mate (the leaf used to make the beverage)...

4 April 2012

Argentina and the Falkland Islands: 30 Years After the Armed Conflict

Argentina and the Falkland Islands faced a major anniversary of the armed conflict that began on April 2,1982 and lasted until June of that year. Argentinians, Britons and Falklanders express...

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