Argentine Paper Is Finalist For Data Prize On Alberto Nisman Case

An Argentine news outlet’s investigation into the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman was shortlisted for the global Data Journalism Awards. Read more

Argentina Ex-Leader Cristina Fernandez Charged With Money Laundering

Former Argentine president Cristina Kirchner was formally charged with money laundering and running a criminal association related to real estate dealings, the country’s Judicial Information Service said on Tuesday. Read more

Former Argentine President Faces New Probe Over AMIA Bombing

An Argentine appeals court on Thursday ordered a new investigation into charges that former President Cristina Kirchner obstructed a probe into the 1994 bombing at the AMIA Jewish community center that killed 85 people, AFP reports. Read more

Judge Reopens Case Against Argentine Ex-president Over 1994 Bombing of Jewish Center

The criminal complaint against former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner regarding the investigation of the deadly bombing of a local Jewish center in 1994 has been ordered reopened by a federal judge, The New York Times reported on Tuesday. Read more

Buenos Aires – Argentine Judge Summons Former President Fernandez For Questioning In Fraud Probe

A judge on Friday summoned former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez to testify in a case involving alleged irregularities in dollar futures contracts carried out by the Central Bank during her administration, judicial officials said. Read more

Argentine Prosecutor Seeks To Reopen Slain Prosecutor’s Complaint Against Ex-President

A federal prosecutor has asked an Argentine court to reopen the complaint filed by the late special prosecutor Alberto Nisman charging that former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner covered up Iran’s role in the 1994 AMIA Jewish center bombing. Read more

Argentinian Jewish Community Demands US Reveal Whereabouts of Former Spy Chief

The Argentine Jewish community has requested that the United States reveal the whereabouts of their country’s former spymaster – who reportedly fled to Miami in January following the shooting death of a Jewish prosecutor investigating the 1994 car bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Read more

Why Is Israel Fixing Argentina’s Decrepit Weapons?

Late last week, Argentine Defense Minister ​Agustín Rossi announced that he’d signed an agreement with the head of SIBAT, the Defense Ministry’s International Defense Cooperation directorate, Brig. Gen (ret.) Michel Ben Baruch. Read more