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If Ronaldo Can’t Beat Uruguay, the Least He Can Do Is Pay Taxes

The Portuguese soccer star’s financial maneuvers can tell us a lot about the world’s failure to adapt to globalization.

By GABRIEL ZUCMAN

Messi Exits the World Cup. Hours Later, So Does Ronaldo.

Messi, and Argentina, fell victim to Kylian Mbappé, who scored twice for France. And Edinson Cavani scored twice in Uruguay’s victory over Ronaldo and Portugal.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

France and Argentina Meet in an Elite Battle for World Cup Survival

The French will aim to control Lionel Messi, the Argentine star who has never scored in the knockout stage.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

On Soccer

Amid Argentina’s Drama, Lionel Messi’s Brilliance Emerges

It was not neat, and he did not do it alone. But Messi produced what he needed to in a labored Argentine victory that sent the team out of the group stage.

By RORY SMITH

The Tech Takeover Has Hit the World Cup, So Who’s in Control?

Video review (VAR) is probably for the best, but there’s something not only familiar but also perversely self-satisfying about hollering over a bad call in real time.

By TALMON JOSEPH SMITH

On Soccer

Made in Argentina, and Now Coaching Everywhere at the World Cup

Five Argentines are prowling the sidelines in Russia. None of them are exactly riding high at the moment, but their overall presence is a statement in itself.

By RORY SMITH

How Modric Scores a Screamer, Leaving Argentina on the Brink

Luka Modric curled in a long-range shot, sealing Croatia’s place in the knockout round.

By BEDEL SAGET, KENAN DAVIS, ANTONIO de LUCA, JOE WARD and EDEN WEINGART

Croatia Buries Argentina’s World Cup Hopes in a Deep Hole

Luka Modric led a balanced attack for Croatia, who have qualified for the next round. Argentina will need some help.

By TARIQ PANJA

World Cup: Iceland Ties Argentina, but You Can Call It a Victory

Tiny Iceland’s tenacious defense frustrated mighty Argentina and earned a 1-1 draw that will be celebrated much more vigorously in Reykjavik than in Buenos Aires.

By RORY SMITH

Bid to Legalize Abortion in Argentina Clears First Hurdle in Congress

Argentina’s lower house narrowly approved a measure that would allow women to terminate pregnancies during the first 14 weeks.

By DANIEL POLITI and ERNESTO LONDOÑO

Argentina Reaches $50 Billion Financing Deal With I.M.F.

The agreement requires cuts in the country’s fiscal deficit that were sharper than initially planned as well as decreases in the inflation rate.

By DANIEL POLITI

Argentina-Israel Soccer Game Canceled Over Playing in Jerusalem

Argentina blamed unspecified threats to its star player, Lionel Messi, and others, while Israel seethed over what it considered capitulation to Palestinian activists.

By DANIEL POLITI

Emerging Markets Are Worrying Investors, Again

Argentina and now Turkey have been forced to raise interest rates to defend their currencies from growing pressure on emerging markets.

By MATT PHILLIPS and LANDON THOMAS Jr

Misogyny, Femicide and an Unexpected Abortion Debate

Activists fueled by anger over the murders of hundreds of Argentine women have become a political force that could legalize abortion on Pope Francis’ home turf.

By JORDANA TIMERMAN

Argentina Turns to I.M.F., Long Its Villain, as Its Peso Plummets

President Mauricio Macri said his country was negotiating a line of credit with the International Monetary Fund, which many Argentines blame for a 2001 economic collapse.

By DANIEL POLITI

Argentina Raises Key Rate to 40%, Bringing Economic Uncertainty

The move seeks to stabilize the country’s currency, the peso, after a strong depreciation in recent days raised questions about the prospects for President Mauricio Macri’s ambitious agenda.

By DANIEL POLITI and MATT PHILLIPS

Queremos escuchar las opiniones de las mujeres sobre el aborto

Hablar del aborto no es fácil, pero es un tema que afecta a las mujeres en todos los rincones del planeta.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

U.S. Allies Brace for Trade War as Tariff Negotiations Stall

Days before Trump tariffs on steel and aluminum take effect, negotiators for producing countries see themselves at the mercy of the president’s whims.

By JACK EWING and ANA SWANSON

We Want to Hear From Women Around the World About Abortion

Abortion is often hard to talk about, but it affects women in every corner of the world.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Legal Abortion in Argentina? A Long Shot Is Suddenly Within Reach

If an abortion rights bill passes in Argentina amid a surge of feminist activism, it would be a milestone in a region where strict abortion laws are the norm.

By DANIEL POLITI

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Celebrations After Chile Beats Argentina

Support Rally for Argentina's Kirchner

Obama on Relationship With Argentina

If Ronaldo Can’t Beat Uruguay, the Least He Can Do Is Pay Taxes

The Portuguese soccer star’s financial maneuvers can tell us a lot about the world’s failure to adapt to globalization.

By GABRIEL ZUCMAN

Messi Exits the World Cup. Hours Later, So Does Ronaldo.

Messi, and Argentina, fell victim to Kylian Mbappé, who scored twice for France. And Edinson Cavani scored twice in Uruguay’s victory over Ronaldo and Portugal.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

France and Argentina Meet in an Elite Battle for World Cup Survival

The French will aim to control Lionel Messi, the Argentine star who has never scored in the knockout stage.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

On Soccer

Amid Argentina’s Drama, Lionel Messi’s Brilliance Emerges

It was not neat, and he did not do it alone. But Messi produced what he needed to in a labored Argentine victory that sent the team out of the group stage.

By RORY SMITH

The Tech Takeover Has Hit the World Cup, So Who’s in Control?

Video review (VAR) is probably for the best, but there’s something not only familiar but also perversely self-satisfying about hollering over a bad call in real time.

By TALMON JOSEPH SMITH

On Soccer

Made in Argentina, and Now Coaching Everywhere at the World Cup

Five Argentines are prowling the sidelines in Russia. None of them are exactly riding high at the moment, but their overall presence is a statement in itself.

By RORY SMITH

How Modric Scores a Screamer, Leaving Argentina on the Brink

Luka Modric curled in a long-range shot, sealing Croatia’s place in the knockout round.

By BEDEL SAGET, KENAN DAVIS, ANTONIO de LUCA, JOE WARD and EDEN WEINGART

Croatia Buries Argentina’s World Cup Hopes in a Deep Hole

Luka Modric led a balanced attack for Croatia, who have qualified for the next round. Argentina will need some help.

By TARIQ PANJA

World Cup: Iceland Ties Argentina, but You Can Call It a Victory

Tiny Iceland’s tenacious defense frustrated mighty Argentina and earned a 1-1 draw that will be celebrated much more vigorously in Reykjavik than in Buenos Aires.

By RORY SMITH

Bid to Legalize Abortion in Argentina Clears First Hurdle in Congress

Argentina’s lower house narrowly approved a measure that would allow women to terminate pregnancies during the first 14 weeks.

By DANIEL POLITI and ERNESTO LONDOÑO

Argentina Reaches $50 Billion Financing Deal With I.M.F.

The agreement requires cuts in the country’s fiscal deficit that were sharper than initially planned as well as decreases in the inflation rate.

By DANIEL POLITI

Argentina-Israel Soccer Game Canceled Over Playing in Jerusalem

Argentina blamed unspecified threats to its star player, Lionel Messi, and others, while Israel seethed over what it considered capitulation to Palestinian activists.

By DANIEL POLITI

Emerging Markets Are Worrying Investors, Again

Argentina and now Turkey have been forced to raise interest rates to defend their currencies from growing pressure on emerging markets.

By MATT PHILLIPS and LANDON THOMAS Jr

Misogyny, Femicide and an Unexpected Abortion Debate

Activists fueled by anger over the murders of hundreds of Argentine women have become a political force that could legalize abortion on Pope Francis’ home turf.

By JORDANA TIMERMAN

Argentina Turns to I.M.F., Long Its Villain, as Its Peso Plummets

President Mauricio Macri said his country was negotiating a line of credit with the International Monetary Fund, which many Argentines blame for a 2001 economic collapse.

By DANIEL POLITI

Argentina Raises Key Rate to 40%, Bringing Economic Uncertainty

The move seeks to stabilize the country’s currency, the peso, after a strong depreciation in recent days raised questions about the prospects for President Mauricio Macri’s ambitious agenda.

By DANIEL POLITI and MATT PHILLIPS

Queremos escuchar las opiniones de las mujeres sobre el aborto

Hablar del aborto no es fácil, pero es un tema que afecta a las mujeres en todos los rincones del planeta.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

U.S. Allies Brace for Trade War as Tariff Negotiations Stall

Days before Trump tariffs on steel and aluminum take effect, negotiators for producing countries see themselves at the mercy of the president’s whims.

By JACK EWING and ANA SWANSON

We Want to Hear From Women Around the World About Abortion

Abortion is often hard to talk about, but it affects women in every corner of the world.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Legal Abortion in Argentina? A Long Shot Is Suddenly Within Reach

If an abortion rights bill passes in Argentina amid a surge of feminist activism, it would be a milestone in a region where strict abortion laws are the norm.

By DANIEL POLITI

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