Cocaine centre shifts: Talks over Espinar re-opened: Cajamarca promised water: Pre-Incan mine discovered
Suspected drugs trafficker mistakenly identified as son of ‘El Chapo’; #YoSoy132 hosts presidential debate; prisons overpopulated.
Lugo is impeached and Federico Franco named as his successor; new government faces allegations of attempted censorship; British Embassy to reopen in Asunción
New constitution gives more rights to Haitians abroad; road safety back in the spotlight after dozens killed in crash; woman arrested by child protection agency.
Truck strike disrupts fuel supplies; Argentina condemns Paraguay ‘coup’; Fernández de Kirchner and Cameron cross swords at G-20
Venezuela stops oil shipments to Paraguay; Chávez kicks off new social program to curb crime rates; and indigenous community demands the return of sacred boulder.
Assassination attempt on Guatemalan human rights leader; US pulls plug on US$3m in foreign aid to Nicaragua; Costa Rica and Colombia FTA in the making.
Ecuadorian officials contemplate Assange’s asylum request; plans developed to increase transport of oil from Colombia’s Pacific coast.
Rio de Janeiro welcomed delegates to UN environmental conference; Dilma is under pressure to react to Paraguayan impeachment; and Petrobrás raises prices.
Plan to tackle insecurity includes the legalization of marijuana and control over media; Wen Jiabo visits Montevideo while China becomes second commercial partner.
Puerto Rico reiterates its plea for help fighting drug crime; Costa Rica taken off U.S. watch-list for human trafficking and Canadian murderer and chile-abuser discovered hiding on Caribbean island.
Chilean sergeant shot in Haiti; Chile responds to change of government in Paraguay; Commission cites “very serious” errors in tsunami response; and report finds increase in sexual abuse of children
Havana hosts the Clic Festival on internet technology; government raises tariffs on food imports, and 24th Bolero Festival kicks off.
House of Deputies passes reform to decades-old “Copper Law”; Chile and Perú resolve customs dispute; Govt announces plan for impoverished Arauco province.
17 people die in bloody land eviction; Rubén Candia Amarilla named as new home secretary; Paraguayan universities don’t make regional top 100
Industrial sector grows 3,8% over the 12 months; “Nacional” wins the national football cup; Homeless people helped faced to low temperatures.
Motorway proposed through Amazon jungle; more mining havoc – Mollohuanca pleads for dialogue; drugs conference to be held.
Isthmus reacts to Nicaragua’s US$30bi ‘unrealisable pipe dream’; Argentina looks to expand investment in El Salvador.
Venezuela builds its first drone; Penal Code reformed to end trial delays; President Chávez approves 11 laws by decree
Puerto Rico topic at U.N.; World Bank details D.R. shortcomings; Grenada renews search for remains of Marxist leader; and Richard Branson’s philanthropy helps Scarlet Ibis flourish once more.