The IX mobilization, COB organizes a unified demand, Health workers take the streets conmemorating Labour Day The IX mobilization for the protection of the TIPNIS starts Last Friday,…
Three quarters of Mexican youths not in education or work; IFE will not investigate campaign spending until after elections.
PDVSA builds an oil refinery in China, state of emergency is declared in the occidental region, and Venezuelans say goodbye to birthday songwriter.
Ortega proposes reforms ahead of November elections, Martinelli denies bribery allegations and Honduran TV host is shot dead.
Two actors defect before film festival, thousands of homes and cars sold this year, video conference held on migratory reform, and La Bodeguita turns 70.
Sendero Luminoso denounced by two NGOs; Peruvian ex-pats put at risk by new Spanish health law; new vaccination programmes put in place…
Prisoners destroy two units in penitentiary while missing Nadia Caches is found death and film by Pablo Stoll is elected for Cannes Festival
Supreme Court allows racial quotas in universities, state schools lose pupils, and homosexual Christians pray in ‘inclusive’ churches.
Floods in Chaco continue to spread; release date for 7 Cajas announced; 23 Dengue-related-deaths confirmed.
New US Ambassador to Ecuador is appointed by Senate, Angelina Jolie visits refugees as UN envoy and Rafael Correa announces plans against Colombian FARC.
Former military officers dig in their heels; severe weather conditions claim lives ; Haitian author awarded prestigious literary prize.
Investigating judge is removed from case involving VP, a big media group changes hands, and the YPF bill advances in Congress.
Former Mexican general suspected of drugs cartel links is murdered; Volcanic activity at Popocatépetl provokes high yellow alert.
Floods continue to worsen; Beatlemania hits Asunción; President Lugo celebrates four years in office
Millionaire tax revenue from ex- Beatle concert pleased Uruguayans as well as Dilma Rousseff willingness to expand bilateral agreements; while 13 underage prisoners runaway.
The president announces a move to take control of oil company YPF, ex-ministers are investigated over the Once rail crash, and the Feria del Libro hits Buenos Aires
Venezuela asks Interpol to capture fugitive judge with links to drug kingpin, and new restrictions will apply to gain access to foreign currency for studies abroad.
Tensions heighten as former soldiers force entry into Parliament; Martelly leaves Haiti without a leader; gun crime terrorises the capital.
Lower interest rates, an inquiry into politicians’ ties to an illegal gambling boss, and UN visitors staying in love motels.
Indigenous leader talks about TIPNIS and the real project; Morales visits TIPNIS, and the coming IX mobilization
Government vows solidarity with Argentina in Repsol nationalisation, Catholic Church hosts a debate on migration, and Harley Davidson enthusiasts meet in Varadero.
Conga mine myths debunked; legalisation of drugs denied; airline boss jailed for fraud; floods in Loreto leave population stranded.
Thousands of Honduran farmers seize land, as Chinchilla proposes debt-tackling measures and Italian bribery controversy mars Martinelli government.
General Naranjo leaves his post as head of the Colombian police. Drug legalization debate after the Summit of the Americas. The Patriotic March.
New ministers for Defense and Agriculture are appointed, Chevron’s annual report misleads investors about Ecuador lawsuit and an outbreak of dengue fever hits the coastal provices.