Argentina’s perpetual crisis

A hundred years ago it was one of the richest countries in the world. Since then, it has suffered average annual inflation of 105% and has had to change currency five times. Today, it is the IMF’s largest debtor and is in the grip of one of the worst economic downturns in the Americas due to the coronavirus pandemic. Where does the curse of the Argentine economy stem from?


The Tamaulipas massacre: how the American Dream dies in Mexico

They invested and risked everything in search of a better life, traveling to the United States without documents that would allow them to work. But they were found shot dead, and their bodies charred in the north of Mexico, a territory where migrants are preyed on by cartels and a corrupt system takes advantage of them. That’s how the hopes of a group of 15 Guatemalans turned into a nightmare. EL PAÍS has reconstructed their story


Bill Gates: ‘Climate change is harder to solve than the pandemic but the negative effects are much greater’

When the Microsoft founder makes a prediction, he is usually right. The philanthropist believes we are running out of time, and must reduce greenhouse emissions to zero in 30 years or suffer the consequences. Although he is stunned by the lies and conspiracy theories that have flourished during the coronavirus crisis and worried about social polarization, he still believes we can save the future