The Security Ministry is currently investigating
Last month, Jewish businessman Roberto Goldfarb, who owns the Diarco market chain, began selling kosher meat locally for far cheaper than traditional prices.
On Monday, Clarin, Argentina’s largest news site, chronicled the quarrel and quoted both Goldfarb and rabbis involved in the kosher supervision of meat.
A day earlier, the University of Buenos Aires, the country’s most prestigious university, did the same.
HRW cited three cases of Argentine adults being erroneously detained by police due to the system's errors.
He surprised many of those fans on Sunday when he commented on an Instagram post by his soon-to-be daughter-in-law.
A Jewish woman who escaped from and helped destroy a sex-trafficking ring, is getting public recognition in Buenos Aires, the city where she became known as a symbol of feminist resistance.
The event was organized in coordination with the local government to comply with COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
Kirszenbaum, an attorney and human rights activist who led the DAIA umbrella group in 2005 and ’06, died suddenly on Sept. 5 in his apartment in Buenos Aires. He was 72.
The start of flights next month would give companies the 30 days they need to prepare for the restart of their operations, the source said, cautioning that higher approval was still pending.