This Company Organizes Fake Weddings For Young People Who Don't Want To Actually Get Married
The experience of getting married, but with zero commitment.
This Is What It's Like In Argentina Five Years After It Adopted Marriage Equality
BuzzFeed News talked to several same-sex couples in the country to find out what has changed in their lives since their wedding.
No One Knows Why This Woman Was Found Beaten To Death In Her Town
After 22-year-old Melissa Tuffner was killed in Argentina, her relatives and friends are spreading the word to find out what happened.
Switzerland Just Caused An International Incident Over Golf Balls
The banner in the house of the Swiss ambassador to Venezuela about balls accidentally thrown into the property was taken way too seriously.
Paraguayan Government Will Not Grant Abortion To 10-Year-Old Rape Victim
The Foreign Ministry of Paraguay stated that it will not comply with the medical precautionary measures urged by human rights organizations.
Here's Everything You Need To Know About The Huge Protests Against Gender Violence In Argentina
After the killing of Chiara Páez, protests have erupted across the country demanding an end to gender-based violence. BuzzFeed News interviewed the organizers of the massive protests, women who have suffered abuse, and activists.
Argentina Judges Reduce Jail Term For Child Sex Abuser, Say Victim Was "Used To" It
Two Buenos Aires province judges reduced the prison sentence for a convicted child sex abuser because the 6-year-old victim "was used to being abused."
Soccer Fans In Argentina Outraged After Players Maced During Match
Fans from a rival team allegedly unleashed mace or pepper spray inside a tunnel as players re-entered the field Thursday night. Now, the "Super Classic" match is being dubbed a "super shame" by fans.
Women Are Fighting Abortion Laws By Coming Up With Their Own "Termination Tips"
The YouTube tutorials are intended to mock Chile's ban on pregnancy termination. BuzzFeed News spoke with the agency that created the video and the NGO pushing the cause. You can also read this in Spanish.
Here's What Non-Americans Need To Know About The Riots In Baltimore
Riots broke out in Baltimore Monday night after the funeral of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died after sustaining an injury in police custody. You can also read this post in Spanish, French, and German.
Argentine Officials Used A "Band Of Brothers" Image To Mark The Falklands War
Why not just use a photo of some real soldiers?
Argentine Prosecutor Appeals Ruling Dismissing Criminal Allegations Against President
Gerardo Pollicita appealed last month's ruling by a judge who dismissed the complaint, brought by a now-dead dead prosecutor, against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. The complaint alleged that Fernández covered up Iran's role in the 1994 terror attack in Buenos Aires.
The Argentinian President's Twitter Feed Seems Like A Joke But It's Not
Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been in the eye of the storm over the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman. And then there's her Twitter feed.