Election results to be respected as superstitions surround epidemic.
Wikileaks strains relations with Argentina and raises fresh concerns over Bolivia’s relationship with Iran.
Flooding sweeps Colombia: 1.5 million affected
More flooding plagues Venezuela whilst news comes that China looks to invest $40,000 million in the country
Wikileaks cables cast light on US-Brazilian relations as violence in Rio continued to dominate headlines
Minister of Non-Renewable Natural Resources, Pastor Wilson, announces a $5000 million investment plan in the oil sector.
Paraguay to host Ibero-American Summit, while the President’s popularity drops and the country takes damage from Argentina’s union strikes.
Another record-breaking year for the Teletón – but discontent remains rife as trade union demands go unanswered and violence breaks out over land rights on Easter Island…
The “Google Maps” border dispute between Costa Rica and Nicaragua rumbles on, while Wikileaks files cause fresh tensions in Honduras and Panama.
Mujica interviewed by La Nacion on current polemic debates in Uruguay.
Wikileaks reveals US concern over Mexican strategy on the drug war.
‘Queen of the Pacific’ found not guilty of links to drug trafficking, awaits US extradition.
In a sweeping judicial crack-down on corruption, fault-lines appear in the inimitable power-sphere of CGT secretary general Hugo Moyano.
On the 23rd of November the Ecuadorian government announced the expiry of five major national resource contracts after renegotiations were rejected.
As Piñera jets off on a diplomatic trip to Lima, the nation is still beset by industrial action and the central government in Santiago is under attack from the opposition…
Trains, planes and automobiles: Scandal surrounds Ex transport Minister Jaime Ricardo this week as a raft of emails uncovered by the judiciary reveal the full extent of illicit rent seeking.
Report on Dominican Republic’s Strategic Development Published Puerto Rico Presents New Internal Revenue Code
State strikes notorious Rio Slum, and Brazil under Rousseff: a more egalitarian government
Presidential voting goes ahead against a backdrop of disease and fraud accusations.
US Ambassador questions Mexican approach to quelling violence. ‘Narcotunnel’ discovered in Tijuana and confusion over fate of kidnapped senator.
Torrential rain continues leaving 16 dead in its wake, while the president of Globovisión has struck out against Chávez.
Chilean State Visit to Lima bears no immediate results and Peru found guilty of being the largest producers of counterfeit US dollars
As a global climate change summit begins in Cancún, South America has adopted a common negotiating front amid bellicose rhetoric and reminders of previous frustrations.
New taxes imposed on churches, the currency appreciates and Morales attacks US foreign policy.
Land Re-appropriation and Concerns over the FARC
Mujica Leaves for Spain Amid Budget Conflict