OAS backs Ecuador’s motion amid the diplomatic ‘impasse’ with UK over Assange’s residency; Belarusian whistle-blower awaits extradition from Ecuador; Tungurahua volcano mild eruptions set alert on Ecuador. OAS resolution supports Ecuador…
Two embassy employees wounded in assault by federal police; governments offer few details; administration tackles rising cost of huevos rancheros
The American business magazine is passionate about the Brazilian President; an Ex-Senador will pay back half a billion R$ to the State; and airports are looking for foreign partners.
YPF looks for deal with Chevron; the president defends school workshops run by La Cámpora; landmark judgment on agrochemicals in Córdoba
President Piñera meets with leaders of the Aysén Social Movement; Judges sentence three executives in the 2007 case of a tainted dietary supplement; Academic unions plan National March for Education.
Romney reputation mired by ties to El Salvadoran death squads; Region’s parties say US embargo on Cuba ‘unjust’, ‘criminal’; Police forces band together against crime.
Explosion kills 39 at Venezuelan Refinery, while prison riot leaves more than 20 dead in Yare I penitentiary
Dates for 2013 elections are confirmed; Paraguayan Senate votes against Venezuela’s Mercosur membership once again; Franco causes controversy on visit to Curuguaty
Call for equipment removal at Conga gold mine; illegal logging investigated; soldiers jailed for fraud; truth over airman death
Eastern Cuba recovers from Tropical Storm Isaac; dissidents denounce ‘wave of repression’; Nyad abandons fourth attempt at Cuba-Florida swim.
A new deadline for the TIPNIS consultation is not yet established; the government prosecutes three media agencies for racism Coca-growers: after violence, dialogue starts Last Friday, the government could not…
Mate could have carcinogenic effects scientists alarm; Prostitution band captured after two-year investigation; Surgeons’ reassignment troubles emergency rooms
Argentina denied victory by Springboks in Rugby Championship; Brazil and Argentina fly the flag for Latin America at US Open; Cristobal de Col breaks world record at Chicama
Supreme Court curtails military immunity in human rights cases; caravan for peace tours US; government accused of censorship and blackmail in 2.5 GHz spectrum battle.
Teacher strike continues; New Vice-minister of Work; War continues in VRAEM; Haitian refugees in Madre de Dios
The President presents a number of road and rail track projects; a policeman is shot in the head by a corrupt colleague; and candidates for mayor of São Paulo compete…
Latin American sport continues on world stage; USA spoils Mexican victory party; Maldonado crashes on return home
Assange gives public speech after 2 months in Ecuadorian embassy whilst Britain and Ecuador’s diplomatic row over his asylum request has stirred the waters of Latin American organisations. Assange gives…
Ortega praises ‘founding father’ Fidel Castro on 86th birthday; Honduran teachers protest against new education law; El Salvador issues national dengue alert.
Indec’s ‘basic food basket’ under scrutiny; expropriation of ex-Ciccone advances; de la Rúa on trial for bribery
Dinosaurs footprints become new historical monument; 1960’s Tupamaros victim takes judicial action; no hope to recover lost days in secondary schools.
Struggles about the road and consultation have provoked violence and hostages, while the MAS considers the extension of the consultation process Two brigades stop the consultation on the TIPNIS…
A collapsed bridge cuts transit between Caracas and Eastern region, 18 detained in case of drug flight to Africa, Venezuelan baseball player throws perfect game
Liz Cramer reignites controversy about the events of Lugo’s impeachment; study reveals 40% of children living in poverty; Asunción celebrates its 475th anniversary
South American black beans experience competition from China; Anatel lifts the ban on mobile phone sales, and federal employees go on strike.