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    Risk and opportunity: Lava Jato in Argentina

      By Sebastián Lacunza  / Editor-in-Chief

    Gov’t attempts to steer Odebrecht probe toward Kirchnerites

    The clock is ticking ever closer toward next Thursday, June 1. On that day, the hush agreement sealed between Brazilian prosecutors and 78 executives from the giant Brazilian construction conglomerate Odebrecht expires, thus ending six months of secrecy protecting the details of one of the biggest corruption scams in the history of Latin America.

    Economic crisis: impacts local markets

      By Santiago Del Carril  / Herald Staff

Analysis >

  1. The US$35-million question
      By Michael Soltys / Senior Editor
  2. Back to the sources
      By Marcelo J. García / For The Herald
  3. Seven days
      By Michael Soltys / Senior Editor
  4. Awakening from the Trump nightmare
      By Bernard-Henri Lévy / Proyect Syndicate
  5. Immigration comes in three types
      By Nicolás Meyer / For The Herald
  6. Understanding today’s economic stagnation
      By Robert J. Schiller / Project syndicate
  7. Mexico fears Trump, Brazil fears corruption
      By Patricio Navia / For the Herald
  8. The Wizard of Boz
      By Gene Weingarten / The Washington Post

Editorial English >

  1. More than one arbitrary arrest
  2. One-horse primaries
  3. Sound of silence

Editorial Spanish >

  1. Más que un arresto arbitrario
  2. Primarias a dedo
  3. El sonido del silencio

Argentina >

  1. Forbidden love
  2. Risk and opportunity: Lava Jato in Argentina
      By Sebastián Lacunza / Editor-in-Chief
  3. Odebrecht’s main projects in Argentina
  4. Brazil’s political turmoil casts shadow over local economy
      By Santiago Del Carril / Herald Staff
  5. The probe that upended a region
  6. Troops pulled out of Brasilia as Temer resists calls to resign
  7. Police suspected of slaughter of 10 landless activist
  8. June 6: a foretold deadline for Brazil’s president
  9. Peronist stand-off focused on primaries or unity in BA province
  10. CFK leaves door open for other candidates
  11. In brief
  12. IACHR wraps up historic visit
  13. Pope sends letter to Sala in support
  14. Church, gov’t mark anniversary of May Revolution with focus on inequality
  15. Pope Francis, Trump ignore differences at Vatican meeting
  16. Daughter of Campo de Mayo obstetrician calls for creation of ‘collective memory’

Community >

  1. Sea gauchos surf Africa
      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald
  2. The Baron is back
      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald
  3. That’s not polite!
      By Liliana Palermo / For the Herald

Economy >

  1. New INDEC statistics hint at slight economic rebound
  2. Economics in brief

World >

  1. Raids and arrests as UK investigates Manchester bombing terror ‘network’
  2. Tory lead cut as election nears
  3. Manchester stands united after heinous attack
      By James McAuley / The Washington Post
  4. The victims
  5. The murderer
  6. Furious UK gov’t slams US over Manchester intelligence leaks
  7. Trump chastises NATO members at summit
  8. Watchdog: ‘23 million to lose health coverage under GOP health bill’
  9. Appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump travel ban
  10. Republican candidate charged after bodyslamming’ reporter
  11. Iran’s hardliners on ‘collision course’ with re-elected Rouhani
      By Parisa Hafezi / Reuters

Latin America >

  1. Challengers take on Chile’s presidential election frontrunners
  2. Sebastián Piñera, Chile Vamos
  3. Alejandro Guillier, Nueva Mayoría
  4. Beatriz Sánchez, Frente Amplio
  5. Ecuador’s President Lenín Moreno takes office
  6. Venezuela slips further into anarchy as demonstrations continue
      By Mariana Zuniga and Nick Miroff / The Washington Post (*)
  7. Attorney General blames police for injuries
  8. Brazil rolls back environmental protection for the Amazon

Culture >

  1. arteBA captures the imagination
      By Silvia Rottenberg / For The Herald
  2. Roger Moore, the debonair 007, dies aged 89
      By Adam Berstein / The Washington Post
  3. Bocca’s SODRE Ballet impresses in Russian Hamlet
      By Pablo Bardin / For the Herald
  4. The richness of our symphonic life in BA
      By Pablo Bardin / For the Herald
  5. What to do this weekend
      By Veronica Stewart / For the Herald
  6. Rejects of the world, unite!
      By Nicolás Meyer / For The Herald
  7. Recent releases
      By Herald Staff

Media >

  1. The last bastion of a profitable press
      By Shashi Tharoor / Project syndicate

Facts of Life >

  1. I’m a recovering control freak
      By Abby Green / The Washington Post
  2. Relatives are shutting my longtime partner out of inheritance because we’re not married
      By Andrea Bonoir / The Washington Post

Sports >

  1. Sampaoli set to take the reins after wild ride leads him to Albiceleste
      By Dan Edwards / For the Herald
  2. Primera Division comes down to a two-horse race
      By Dan Edwards / For the Herald
  3. Sports in brief
  4. Argentine squad for friendlies includes no local players
      By Eric Weil / Sportsworld
  5. Los Pumitas prepare themselves for Georgia
      By Frankie Deges / Rugby column
  6. Can Bernhard Langer make history?
      By David Mackintosh / Golfing Traveller
  7. New Leonas coach brings back Barrionuevo
      By Eric Weil / For The Herald

Ecowitness >

  1. Still in their enclosures
      By Luis Andrés Henao / AP

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