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  1. 2010-02-26
    Venezuelan experts worried about government militias
  2. 2010-02-26
    Lynching, community justice intertwine in Bolivia
  3. 2010-02-26
    Plastic homes being made to protect Haitians during rain and hurricane seasons
  4. 2010-02-26
    South America in motion
  5. 2010-02-25
    Murder rate continues to increase in El Salvador
  6. 2010-02-25
    Death of Cuban dissident sparks global criticism
  7. 2010-02-25
    For Paraguayans, no one is too poor to give to Haiti
  8. 2010-02-25
    Brazil's Lula urges consumers to buy products made in Haiti
  9. 2010-02-24
    Brazilian national soccer team unveils new jerseys
  10. 2010-02-24
    Rio Group supports new organization for Latin American integration
  11. 2010-02-24
    FARC may be looking for surface-to-air missiles once again
  12. 2010-02-24
    Rio Group, Caribbean Community donate additional US$25 million to Haiti
  13. 2010-02-23
    Venezuelan government turns Hipermercado Éxito into Bicentennial Hypermarket
  14. 2010-02-23
    Colombia: Peace with one neighbor, a quarrel with another
  15. 2010-02-23
    Chile's Bachelet visits Haiti before heading to Mexico for Rio Group Summit
  16. 2010-02-23
    Brazilian tax burden leads to more inequality nationwide
  17. 2010-02-22
    Brazilian universities trying to stop violent hazing
  18. 2010-02-22
    Chile’s Piñera to strengthen country’s ties at Rio Group Summit
  19. 2010-02-22
    Haitian government leads drive to vaccinate earthquake survivors
  20. 2010-02-22
    Argentine government questioned on meat inflation
  21. 2010-02-19
    Argentine golfer surprises the PGA
  22. 2010-02-19
    Australia and Brazil seek partnership to help in Haiti relief efforts
  23. 2010-02-19
    Everything ready for the Festival of Viña del Mar
  24. 2010-02-19
    Sparkling wine arrives on Brazilian beaches
  25. 2010-02-18
    Rubén González: The Unlikeliest Four-Time Olympian
  26. 2010-02-18
    New Latin American drug routes aim to escape maritime control
  27. 2010-02-18
    French to give €270 million (US$371 million) aid package to Haiti
  28. 2010-02-18
    Brazilian canyons attracting tourists from across the globe
  29. 2010-02-17
    Housing shortage in Guatemala
  30. 2010-02-17
    Haiti turns to DNA tests in fight against trafficking of children
  31. 2010-02-17
    Nicolas Sarkozy makes first ever visit to Haiti by a French president
  32. 2010-02-17
    Honduras receives worldwide support to get back on track
  33. 2010-02-16
    With no stars, Dominican Republic shines at the Caribbean Series
  34. 2010-02-16
    Coffee and cocoa replace coca harvesting in Peru
  35. 2010-02-16
    Canada to build temporary government building for Haiti
  36. 2010-02-16
    Roque Santeiro to hit the big screen
  37. 2010-02-15
    Costa Rica’s Laura Chinchilla to lead war on crime
  38. 2010-02-15
    Delegation of U.S. legislators visits earthquake-ravaged Haiti
  39. 2010-02-15
    Hosting economic growth
  40. 2010-02-12
    Paraguayan yaguaretés in danger of extinction
  41. 2010-02-12
    The media's criticism of Chávez not being taken lightly by government
  42. 2010-02-12
    Dominican Republic first lady promises aid for Haitian children
  43. 2010-02-12
    Rio samba school pays tribute to Brasília
  44. 2010-02-11
    Argentine looks to dominate Formula 1
  45. 2010-02-11
    Brazilian documentary aims at improving dental hygiene
  46. 2010-02-11
    Fernández de Kirchner versus the media
  47. 2010-02-11
    Haitian prime minister claims rebuilding could take a decade
  48. 2010-02-10
    Peruvian government determined to win fight against Shining Path
  49. 2010-02-10
    Amidst the tragedy in Haiti, the miracle of a family reunion
  50. 2010-02-10
    United Nations halts handouts after counterfeit coupons are circulated
  51. 2010-02-10
    Latin American economies have the ability to recover from economic turmoil
  52. 2010-02-09
    Driving for a second chance
  53. 2010-02-09
    UNASUR Summit in Quito
  54. 2010-02-09
    United States remains firm in its commitment to Haiti’s recovery
  55. 2010-02-09
    Tourism in Colombia rises
  56. 2010-02-08
    True Colors: Paraguayan soccer pride emblazoned in red and white
  57. 2010-02-08
    Haiti’s amputees face uncertain future
  58. 2010-02-08
    Zoe Saldaña, the newest Sci-Fi diva
  59. 2010-02-08
    Brazil enters the green store era
  60. 2010-02-05
    Garçon uses super stage to show his love for Haiti
  61. 2010-02-05
    Costa Rica to elect President Óscar Arias’ successor
  62. 2010-02-05
    Haiti’s rebuilding effort shifting away from tents
  63. 2010-02-04
    Critical year for education in Venezuela
  64. 2010-02-04
    Cusco reeling after rainstorms
  65. 2010-02-04
    Former U.S. President Clinton to lead Haiti relief effort
  66. 2010-02-04
    Latin America in the sights of music’s biggest stars
  67. 2010-02-03
    Paraguay seeks to discourage child beggary
  68. 2010-02-03
    Argentines step up help for Haiti
  69. 2010-02-03
    United States resumes airlifting critically injured Haitians
  70. 2010-02-03
    Emilio Estefan authors moving story in “Rhythm to Success”
  71. 2010-02-02
    For vendors, it’s troubled waters at the beach
  72. 2010-02-02
    Radio broadcasts hope and resilience for Haitians
  73. 2010-02-02
    Geophysicists: Haiti could be hit by another earthquake
  74. 2010-02-01
    Elections fail to draw Costa Ricans’ interest
  75. 2010-02-01
    Ties exist among the FARC and Islamist terrorist groups
  76. 2010-02-01
    Haiti can rise from the ashes


  1. Salvadoran assembly to decide on increasing penalties for minors

  2. Police find huge shipment of cocaine hidden in doors

  3. Peru to begin free trade agreement with China

  4. United Nations study shows 7.7% of Chileans use cocaine

  5. Colombia confirms death of high-ranking FARC leader

  6. U.S. clothing company to invest more than US$200 million in Honduras

  7. Chávez willing to restore trade relations with Colombia

  8. Bolivia may pay workers for being punctual

  9. Piñera guarantees to fulfill all of his campaign promises

  10. Hillary Clinton to visit Brazil

  11. Colombian police confiscate 20 tons of marijuana from FARC

  12. Panamanian law enforcement confiscates 1,358 kilograms of cocaine

  13. Brazil to create storage unit for maternal milk in Bolivia

  14. Bus crash in Peru kills at least 38, injures 58

  15. Brazil second in the world in planting genetically modified agricultural products

  16. Shakira talks with U.S. President Obama about helping Latin American children

  17. Cocaine production in Colombia dropped 28%

  18. FARC guerrillas attack three candidates’ headquarters

  19. Honduras restores diplomatic relations with 29 nations

  20. Colombian army kills six suspected FARC terrorists

  21. Brazil soccer star Ronaldo to retire

  22. RCTV to go back on air in Venezuela

  23. Mexico and Brazil to negotiate free trade agreement

  24. Peruvian law enforcement apprehends three suspected Shining Path guerrillas

  25. Panama and Colombia will work toward a free trade agreement

  26. Brazil wants Honduras’ suspension from OAS lifted

  27. Two of El Salvador’s most violent gangs declare peace

  28. Paraguayan military issues apology for missing teenage soldiers

  29. Thousands still without power in Argentina

  30. Brazil's Rousseff promises to keep Lula's policies if elected president

  31. Honduran police stop assassination plot to kill security minister

  32. Journalist Bayly to run for Peruvian presidency in 2011

  33. Chilean vineyards increase exports to counter falling wine prices

  34. Chile’s office workers union seeks to raise minimum wage by 12%

  35. Report: FARC giving harsh punishments for members who break terrorist group’s rules

  36. Unidos da Tijuca samba group named best parade of Brazil’s Carnival

  37. Colombian law enforcement arrests 13 on drug charges, plans to extradite six to the U.S.

  38. Honduras’ Lobo gets rid of disarmament law

  39. More than 420 cases of dengue reported in region bordering Argentina and Paraguay

  40. Russian oil company to invest in Venezuela

  41. Venezuela to fine customers for excessive water use

  42. UNASUR considering creating council to tackle drug-related issues

  43. Venezuela will consider buying power from Colombia

  44. Colombian military kills four FARC members, including a high-ranking leader

  45. Salvadoran police arrest three more suspects for murder of journalist

  46. Maradona taking steps to prepare Argentine national team for World Cup

  47. Storm leaves more than 100,000 Argentine families without power

  48. Purchase of missiles by FARC heightens concern over terrorist group

  49. Nicaragua seeks to increase exports to Panama

  50. In Peru, 28% of kids and teenagers employed

  51. Colombia and Honduras to exchange information in the war on crime

  52. Venezuelan authorities seize 28 planes suspected of transporting drugs

  53. Colombia’s Uribe to spend billions to improve the housing and agricultural industries

  54. Brazil debuts its 2010 World Cup jersey

  55. Venezuela rejects Colombia’s offer to supply electricity

  56. FARC leader refuses to ask his guerrillas to surrender to law enforcement

  57. Salvadoran legislative assembly increases jail terms for teenaged convicts

  58. Panama's Martinelli wants to strengthen efforts against corruption

  59. Costa Rican law enforcement seizes a ton of cocaine, arrests two Mexicans

  60. Colombia and Ecuador agree to renew diplomatic relationship

  61. Rio de Janeiro to host more than 700,000 visitors for Carnival

  62. Venezuela’s Chávez trying to buy supermarket chain

  63. Five killed after FARC rebels ambush candidate

  64. Colombia destroys more than 45,000 acres of drug crops

  65. Paraguay mired in energy crisis

  66. United States remains committed to helping Colombia in the war on drugs

  67. Brazilian governor arrested on fraud and racketeering charges

  68. Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla and Barack Obama to work together

  69. Panamanian children older than 12 can be tried as adults

  70. Torrential rains in Peru have led to 26 deaths

  71. Venezuela’s Globovisión denies sale rumors

  72. Chile's Piñera appoints cabinet members

  73. Argentina's Néstor Kirchner leaves hospital after surgery

  74. Former Uruguayan dictator gets 30 years in jail

  75. In Venezuela, Reyes replaces Rotondaro as health minister

  76. Search for survivors of supermarket collapse in Haiti ends

  77. Guatemalan women registering firearms at rapid rate

  78. Railroad that leads to Machu Picchu closed for at least two months

  79. Heat wave in Paraguay kills more than 30

  80. Dunga keeps Ronaldinho off roster for soccer exhibition

  81. Peruvian police arrest three suspected members of terrorist group

  82. Colombian army captures 10 FARC guerrillas

  83. Haiti and Dominican Republic to discuss reconstruction

  84. Inflation in Honduras rose 3% in 2009

  85. Gunmen open fire in El Salvador restaurant

  86. Brazil’s Lula wants to punish corrupt companies

  87. Murders in Rio de Janeiro increase for the first time since 2005

  88. Chávez claims there’s an electricity crisis in Venezuela

  89. Colombian police strike major blow in the war on drugs

  90. Liberal leader: Honduran government reeling financially

  91. Piñera announces a new way of leading Chile

  92. Brazilian governor to meet with Madonna

  93. Haitian minister to visit Colombia to learn about reconstruction

  94. Leader of the FARC's Front 51 killed during bombing

  95. Brazilian accused of murdering nun returns to prison

  96. Chávez orders expropriation of several buildings in Caracas’ historic center

  97. Argentina’s Néstor Kirchner undergoes successful surgery

  98. Chinchilla elected Costa Rican president, vows to fight organized crime

  99. Cancer kills 2,000 annually in Panama

  100. Pope Benedict XVI to visit Panama in 2013

  101. South America’s two biggest economies analyze their commercial relationship

  102. Strong rains cause death and evacuations in Uruguay

  103. Judge recommends preventing Colombia’s Uribe from being eligible for third term

  104. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s secretary, accused of taking bribes, resigns

  105. FARC, terrorist groups actively recruiting minors

  106. Paraguay’s Cabañas’ condition improves after being shot in the head

  107. Two Colombians arrested in Santiago for drug trafficking

  108. Ten missing after shipwreck in southern Chile

  109. Bomb explodes at an airline office in Argentina

  110. Argentina’s Fernández de Kirchner names leader of central bank

  111. Colombian authorities arrest seven suspected FARC members, destroy two drug labs

  112. Paraguayan government launches offensive against Paraguayan People’s Army

  113. Colombian air force, police shoot 12 FARC members

  114. Haiti's electoral council postpones elections

  115. Laura Chinchilla leads Costa Rican presidential election, latest polls report

  116. Despite Cusco emergency, Peru maintains strong tourism potential

  117. Police increase surveillance and security in Medellín

  118. Uribe to visit Ecuador for first time since Colombian military raided FARC camp in neighboring country

  119. Venezuela sends alleged Colombian drug kingpin to the United States

  120. Venezuelan President Chávez foresees 33 years in power

  121. Dominican Republic distributes 75,000 meals daily to earthquake victims

  122. Stars re-record ‘We Are the World’ to benefit Haiti

  123. Colombia’s Uribe asks students, taxi drivers to become informants

  124. Brazil’s top two presidential candidates very close in the polls

  125. Argentine and Peruvian films get Oscar nominations

  126. Brazil to construct hydroelectric dam

  127. Chávez’s former allies ask for his resignation

  128. Luis Enrique, Calle 13 win big at the Grammys

  129. Salvador Cabañas awakens from coma, pledges to play the World Cup

  130. Colombia and Honduras sign cooperation agreement

  131. Chávez announces fund of US$1 billion for electric sector in crisis

  132. Petrobras expands its share of the Brazilian GDP

  133. Colombian police dismantles network that sent heroin to U.S.

  134. Martín Redrado resigns from presidency of Argentine central bank

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