October 24, 2016

Triple femicide in Mendoza stuns country, days after thousands took to streets to demand action

Just days after tens of thousands took to the streets to demand action against gender violence and an end to femicide in the landmark Ni Una Menos (“Not one less”) rally, the country was shocked yesterday after three women, aged between 30 and 90, were killed in a brutal triple murder in the province of Mendoza.

CARACAS — In a rowdy session, Venezuela’s opposition-led National Assembly (AN) yesterday pressed to put Nicolás Maduro on trial for violating democracy, days after the authorities nixed a recall referendum against the unpopular left-wing president.

Legal woes for Cristina Fernández de Kirchner are mounting, with the former president set to return to the spotlight next week for the first of many court dates at the Comodoro Py courthouse — it will be one of many visits that are expected to drag on into 2017.

Country’s highest criminal court dismisses appeal

Milani’s bid to avoid questioning over disappearance quashed

Women take to the streets in Buenos Aires City to condemn femicides

Thousands come together to say ‘Enough is enough’

By Ximena Schinca

106,000 new people fall below threshold

BA City poverty soars in second quarter of 2016

SOCCER — UEFA Champions League

Messi hits three as Barça thrashes City


Inter punishes Captain Icardi

Play them in their club positions

Eric Weil / Sportsworld

Play them in their club positions

The old order changeth

James Neilson

The old order changeth

The Francis factor

Martín Gambarotta - News Editor

The Francis factor

For the first time in 17 months, the world didn’t set a heat record

• World Trade

Solanas’ Merchant Navy bill gathers steam

• On Sunday

Fishing in remote Russia

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