Latin America is left out of final US presidential debate; US and Panama confirm Free Trade Agreement; Hillary Clinton visits Haiti
Mexican President travels to Spain to meet with top business leaders; President of Panama meets with German Chancellor to discuss greater economic cooperation; Peruvian and Colombian government officials recognized for…
President Morales calls indigenous leaders NGO employees, while YPFB shows failures in management after six years of nationalization. TIPNIS: the consultation process begins On Sunday, despite pending uncertainty of…
The OEA delays decision on Paraguay; José Manuel Bóbeda sparks controversy with homophobic diatribe; Hugo Chávez fuels the fire between Paraguay and Venezuela; Cartes hits back at drug allegations The…
Assange remains at embassy while Correa considers asylum request; Defense Minister announces a halt to participation of militar personnel in the US School of the Americas; Ecuador’s economy grows 4.8%
Protests continue in Asunción; Lugo returns to Paraguay; Plaza Uruguaya reopens to the public
Foot-and-mouth outbreak takes its toll on the economy; Paraguayan musicians survive the Costa Concordia disaster; Minister of Education calls for an improvement in sex education.
Thousands of Mexican migrants return home from the US; former international football player is arrested for role in kidnapping ring; City of Mexico celebrates end of festive season with 10…
Rio police launch investigation into Chevron oil spill, S&P upgrade Brazil’s credit rating, and census results reveal historic Afro-Brazilian majority.
The official report into the 2009 Air France crash is rejected by victims’ families group, Argentina’s Kirchner pays a visit and a journalist is murdered in Mato Grosso.
The Dominican economy and agricultural sector are adversely affected by increasing oil prices, whilst in Puerto Rico, a member of the Chamber of Representatives tests positive for cocaine.
Dominican Republic helps form network for protection of migrants, while in Puerto Rico, Senator Soto calls for investigation into the legalization of drugs.
Site of natural beauty threatened by tourist economy, occupations of idle land spring up in Maracaibo, and Chávez releases Annual Review.
Nobel laureate, Mario Vargas Llosa, meets former Uruguayan presidents, and new statistics show that despite gloomy economic forecast over 80 Uruguayans are repatriating every month.
‘Cheap dollar’ scrapped as controlled currency is devalued sparking fears over troubled economy, whilst ex-President Andrés Pérez to be buried in Caracas.
Despite radical restructuring in tax and oil revenue Ecuador shows second slowest rate of growth in South America.
Two fires disrupt Montevideo on Christmas morning as President Mujica prepares to visit Brazil for the inauguration of new President Dilma Rousseff.
President-elect Rousseff announced key members of her cabinet, while economic growth slowed and climate conference earns a lukewarm reception.
New taxes imposed on churches, the currency appreciates and Morales attacks US foreign policy.