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  • Embassy PAO, Thomas Mesa at the National Reading Marathon (Photo: Dept. of State)

    The Embassy at the National Reading Marathon

    The Embassy Public Affairs Officer, Thomas Mesa celebrated the joy of reading with a group of primary school students at the Buenos Aires Zoo during the National Reading Marathon sponsored by Fundación Leer on September 19, 2014...

  • Five legendary musicians and performers of the Latin sound whose contributions have had a lasting impact on American music — Selena, Carlos Gardel, Carmen Miranda, Tito Puente, and Celia Cruz — were honored on U.S. commemorative Forever stamps in 2011. (USPS)

    Hispanic Heritage Month

    Hispanic Heritage Month honors the diverse people of Spanish-speaking backgrounds in the United States. From September 15 to October 15, a multitude of special programs, events, exhibits and Web sites celebrate the heritage, culture, spirit and extraordinary contributions of Hispanic Americans...

  • Chargé d’ Affaires Kevin Sullivan attended the ceremony (Photo: Dept. of State)

    September 11 at AMIA

    The U.S. Embassy in Argentina jointly with the Argentine Jewish Mutual Association (AMIA) hosted a ceremony in commemoration of the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks to honor the victims of these and other incidents perpetrated by terrorism in different parts of the world...

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  • Obama on Plans to Destroy ISIL

    THE PRESIDENT: My fellow Americans, tonight I want to speak to you about what the United States will do with our friends and allies to degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as ISIL...

  • Facts on U.S. Strategy to Counter ISIL

    The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) poses a clear threat to the people of Iraq and Syria, and to the broader Middle East, as well as U.S. persons, allies and interests in the region. Left unchecked, ISIL could pose a growing threat beyond the region, including to the U.S. homeland...

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  • What is the Opportunity Program?
    What is the Opportunity Program?

    Opportunity supports academically talented students with limited economic resources to apply to universities in the U.S. Opportunity pays for the costs associated with applying: Standardized testing (TOEFL, SAT), translation, application fees, transportation costs and visa fees... Apply here! »

  • One of the expositors at the The 12th Annual EducationUSA University Fair (Photo: Dept. of State)
    2014 EducationUSA University Fair

    The 12th Annual EducationUSA University Fair was held on September 9 at the Hotel Emperador in Buenos Aires. This year 25 US universities participated, representing their Undergraduate, Graduate, and Intensive English programs... 

  • Jeff Franco with Asociación Conciencia (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Educational Expert Jeff Franco Visits Argentina

    Jeff Franco visited Buenos Aires from August 27 to August 30. Franco is Vice President and Executive Director of City Year Washington DC, a non-profit organization with youth teams whose aim is to keep students in higher education to encourage them to graduate... 

  • BNC meeting, participants visited the U.S. Ambassador’s official residence, and met with Charge d’Affaires Kevin Sullivan (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Charge d’Affaires Sullivan meets Binational Center members

    As part of the BNC meeting, participants visited the U.S. Ambassador’s official residence, the Bosch Palace, on August 27 and met with Charge d’Affaires Kevin Sullivan... 

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