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Is crawly cuisine the future of food?

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As a new UN report encourages people to eat insects to help fight world hunger, we visit parts of the planet where crunchy critters are no big deal.
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Buenos Aires’ past, as told through street art

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The walls of the Argentine city – enlivened by massive murals, whimsical painted figures, moody graffiti and subtle but emblematic stencils – carry a powerful political charge.


Once-in-a-lifetime adventure travel trips

Discover your inner explorer on these do-before-you-die journeys.


Parched plateaus of the Atacama Desert

Some parts of northern Chile have never seen a drop of rain, yet flamingos, cacti and more than one million people have learned to survive in these arid badlands.


Uruguay’s boutique wineries

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This tiny South American nation, on the same latitude as viticulture giants Argentina and Chile, is home to family-owned bodegas producing exciting and experimental new blends.
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A spectacular homecoming for Argentine theatre

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From 22 May through 7 July, experimental theatre company Fuerza Bruta returns to Buenos Aires with its internationally successful show, Wayra.
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