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    The AMIA labyrinth

      By Horacio Lutzky  / For the Herald

    23 years on from Argentina’s worst-ever terrorist attack, a web of cover-ups, espionage and deception continues to cast a long shadow over efforts to bring the truth to light

    At 9.53am on July 18, 1994, some 23 years ago, a tremendous explosion (or two, according to many witnesses) demolished the building of the AMIA Jewish Community Centre in the city of Buenos Aires, causing 85 deaths.

    El laberinto AMIA

      By Horacio Lutzky  / For the Herald

    El 18 de julio de 1994, a las 9:53, una tremenda explosión (o dos, según declararon numerosos testigos) demolió el edificio de la mutual judía AMIA en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, causando 85 muertos. El expediente de la investigación se inicia con una crónica del comisario de la Policía Federal Carlos Castañeda. Se trata de un jefe policial que años más tarde será procesado y condenado por destrucción de pruebas, y que actualmente está siendo sometido a juicio oral en otro proceso, también por encubrimiento del atentado, como buena parte de los primeros responsables de la investigación.


    OFFICIAL DATA ON NUMBERS OF HOMELESS IN BUENOS AIRES CRITICISED

      By Santiago Del Carril  / Herald Staff

    City gov’t admits 23 percent rise in people sleeping rough, but NGOs say figure is four times higher

    NASA looking to make history after star-gazing in Chubut

      By Tomás Brockenshire  / Herald Staff

    If all goes according to plan, on New Year’s Day 2019 scientists will get their best look yet at the most-distant object ever explored by a spacecraft — and part of that historic moment will be down to the five NASA telescopes stationed in Chubut that saw a star blink ever so slightly this week.

Analysis >

  1. Your View
  2. Is revenge best served cold?
      By Michael Soltys / Herald Staff
  3. Corruption and the risk of a vacuum
      By Marcelo J. García / For The Herald
  4. Seven days
      By Michael Soltys / Herald Staff
  5. Limiting terror in the past, present and future
      By Sybil Rhodes / For The Herald
  6. Zombies do exist: undead viruses
      By Nicolás Meyer / For The Herald
  7. The convictions of former Latin American presidents
      By Patricio Navia / For the Herald
  8. Reply gall
      By Gene Weingarten / The Washington Post

Editorial English >

  1. Truth, not post-truth
  2. Left out in the cold
  3. It’s the interior, stupid!

Editorial Spanish >

  1. Verdad, no posverdad
  2. Sólos ante el frío
  3. ¡Es el interior, estúpido!

Argentina >

  1. The AMIA labyrinth
      By Horacio Lutzky / For the Herald
  2. The cover-up trial
      By Horacio Lutzky / For the Herald
  3. El laberinto AMIA
      By Horacio Lutzky / For the Herald
  4. El juicio por el encubrimiento
      By Horacio Lutzky / For the Herald
  5. 23rd anniversary of AMIA bombing marked with calls for end to impunity
  6. Argentina in brief
  7. Race for midterms vote kicks off as campaigning officially begins
      By Michael Soltys / Herald Staff
  8. EU trade deal, Venezuela at top of Mercosur summit agenda
  9. Venezuelans in Buenos Aires turn out in their thousands for opposition-sponsored ‘plebiscite’
  10. Bachelet promotes politics as path to economic development
  11. City gov’t: 23 percent rise in number of homeless
      By Santiago Del Carril / Herald Staff
  12. NASA looking to make history after star-gazing in Chubut
      By Tomás Brockenshire / Herald Staff

Community >

  1. The rhythm of life
      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald
  2. Wake up and smell the coffee 3
      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald
  3. Colombian chef takes Basque Culinary World Prize 2017
      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald
  4. Piggy in the middle!
  5. (Don’t) Lie to Me
      By Liliana Palermo / For the Herald

Economy >

  1. Shale revolution fails to spark as tariff fight looms large
      By Luc Cohen / Reuters
  2. Central Bank raises Lebac interest rates as part of fight against inflation
  3. AFIP foreigner investor tax suspended
  4. Fiscal deficit in first half 1.5% of GDP
  5. Total, BP unit, YPF boost investment in Vaca Muerta

World >

  1. When Donald Trump goes abroad, radical change follows in his wake
      By Marc Champion and Marek Strzelecki / Bloomberg
  2. Trump’s son, close associates to appear before US Senate
  3. Trump: I should not have picked Sessions as attorney general
  4. John McCain diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer
  5. Where the Islamic State has to be defeated

Latin America >

  1. Opposition leads anti-Maduro shutdown in Venezuela
  2. Senior diplomat at UN breaks with government
  3. Marijuana sell-outs in Montevideo as Uruguayans buy cannabis in world first
  4. Chile Senate approves bill allowing abortion in some cases
  5. Brazil’s Rodrigo Maia emerges into political mainstream
      By Silvio Cascione / Reuters (*)
  6. Dilma Rousseff: ‘They want to stop Lula from running’
      By Adam Taylor / The Washington Post (*)
  7. Stand-off over transgender rights

Culture >

  1. Raw encounters: the photography of Diane Arbus
      By Silvia Rottenberg / For The Herald
  2. Dunkirk: a hero of the action genre
      By Michael O’Sullivan / The Washington Post
  3. Of robots and men
      By Matías Carnevale / For the Herald
  4. What to do this weekend
      By Veronica Stewart / For the Herald
  5. Well, whaddya know!
      By Nicolás Meyer / For The Herald
  6. Recent releases
      By Herald Staff
  7. Short operas in different venues
      By Pablo Bardin / For the Herald

Media >

  1. The clandestine efforts behind fake news
      By Craig Timberg / The Washington Post
  2. Journalist Lanata, Lanús official accused of violating rights of a minor in television programme scandal

Facts of Life >

  1. To me, he’s not really dead
      By Michelle Goodman / The Washington Post
  2. I love my gossipy friend, but I wish she’d get out of her cycle of complaining
      By Andrea Bonoir / The Washington Post

Sports >

  1. Fans wait anxiously as local clubs sell off their star players
      By Dan Edwards / For the Herald
  2. Lower division clashes draw eye as season rounds off
      By Dan Edwards / For the Herald
  3. Bright ideas that AFA should enforce
      By Eric Weil / Sportsworld
  4. Jaguares embark on search for new coach
      By Frankie Deges / Rugby column
  5. Surprise winner likely at Royal Birkdale
      By David Mackintosh / Golfing Traveller
  6. Argentina’s women win World Cup semi-final group
      By Eric Weil / For The Herald
  7. Ten teams to compete in Hurlingham and Palermo Opens
      By Hugo Lennon / For the Herald

Question Time >

  1. Top of the bottom
      By Michael Soltys / Senior Editor

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