Opposition over referendum gathers momentum as protesters take to the streets and Ruptura 25 break from Alianza Paiz.
A Panamian cargo ship spills oil in the Dominican port of Caucedo, as dramatic drug-related arrests are made in Puerto Rico.
Uncertain times: anticipation of election results, Hilary Clinton arrives and WikiLeaks unearths cables concerning Haiti.
García pushes for privatisation, protests in ports, and works are due to start on Peru’s first oil refinery.
Collapsed office block in Santa Cruz traps 24 victims. Choquehuanca invites back DEA ahead of UN pronouncement on coca-chewing
Obama announces plans to visit El Salvador, while Ortega looks set to launch an audacious re-election bid in Nicaragua.
Cholera outbreak in central Venezuela whilst ex oil-workers reach 12 days in hunger protest against unfair dismissal.
Historic Santiago church destroyed in major fire, as inquiry into Allende’s death opens and President Sebastian Piñera prepares to court Barack Obama.
Hillary Clinton visits Mexico and praises counter-drugs efforts.
Bishop Samuel Ruiz, defender of indigenous rights, dies at age 86.
Cancer-free President Fernando Lugo returns from Brazil to find a Palestine-friendly Paraguay threatened by further allegations of corruption and a fresh EPP offensive.
Retired officers draw criticism for intervention in general’s murder trial, while new adoption regulations bring about sharp reduction in number of children rehoused.
Protests in Egypt dominate press coverage, while Barack Obama’s State of the Union address provides food for thought and strategic anxiety for those ‘ignored’ by US foreign policy.
US-Colombian Free Trade Agreement, security issues in Bogotá and Hay Festival comes to Cartagena.
Mystery surrounds the violent assassination of union leader Roberto Rodríguez, while the government reacts angrily to Barack Obama’s decision not to visit Argentina.
Continuing floods leave Brazil’s economic sector unhindered, as 2010 ends with historic growth and foreign investments pour in to escape Europe’s crisis-stricken markets.
In Conversation: Jose Henriquez, one of the Chilean miners and the proclaimed ‘spiritual leader’ of the group has been touring the UK recounting his experience.
Fears for private property mount as occupations spread through Caracas, while Coca-Cola workers strike over low rates of pay.
Magallanes gas protests end as Morales looks towards the Atacama and the Frei memorial ceremony causes ruptures.
Brazilian government prioritizes agreement with Paraguay over Itaipú dam, while CONARE grants Mario Cossío status of political refugee.
The fall-out from January’s rain enters its third week, while new Central Bank president announces inflation-busting measures.
Former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier makes shock return after 25 years in exile whilst the electoral crisis and cholera epidemic continue.
Agricultural sector freezes the corn market in week-long protest; tractor blockade in Santa Fe, and Kirchner’s daughter takes to limelight on world stage.
Explosives and prison breaks dominate news as drug war continues to wreak havoc. Meanwhile, political attention turns to elections in 2012.
A controversial new decree restructures the Police and Military and the country says goodbye to the six soldiers killed in an airplane crash.
Governmental changes rumoured as floods and gangs cause damage in the Lima area.