City and province
Breaking with the labour disputes that have marred the start of the school year in the past, the first Monday of March will almost certainly see students in the province of Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires City in classrooms.• BA province orders mandatory conciliation
A new round of controversy between San Isidro Federal Judge Sandra Arroyo Salgado and prosecutor Viviana Fein, who is in charge of investigating the mysterious death of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, is likely to take place.• ‘Don't know why fingerprints aren't on gun’
By Juan Pablo Csipka
Former prosecutor Julio Strassera, who died on Friday in Buenos Aires at the age of 81, became a symbol of justice and the struggle for human rights in 1985, when he accused the military juntas in the historic trial that resulted in life sentences for Jorge Rafael Videla and Emilio Eduardo Massera.• Putting the powerful in the dock • Two days of mourning for Videla’s accuser
Ricardo Gil Lavedra
A close friend of Julio Strassera, Ricardo Gil Lavedra recalled the days when at the central courthouse located on Talcahuano street some of the country’s most powerful men were sitting in the dock.
By Fermín Koop
The company that has changed the way people order private cars across the world while providing a whole new form of competition to taxi services, has frequently faced opposition from taxi drivers. The powerful taxi drivers unions in the City are already getting ready even before there has been an official announement.
Marcelo J. García
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Leentje Michiels, full-time mother
By Sorrel Moseley-Williams