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  1. 2010-06-30
    Paraguay’s coach Gerardo Martino: ‘We can and will dream more’
  2. 2010-06-30
    Vote on the Web and Democratic City bridge Brazilian politicians with public
  3. 2010-06-30
    Manuel Garibay Espinoza, a suspected narcotics trafficker, arrested in Mexico
  4. 2010-06-29
    World Cup: Brazil heats up against Chile
  5. 2010-06-29
    Luis Silva Bravo, a Chilean Air Force Colonel, leads country’s international military efforts
  6. 2010-06-29
    Gustavo Cerati’s fans praying for singer’s survival
  7. 2010-06-28
    World Cup: Paraguay, Japan battle for berth in quarterfinals
  8. 2010-06-28
    Agricultural program brings hope, jobs to Haitians in the Dominican Republic
  9. 2010-06-28
    Venezuela faces political, economical changes in new Law of Communes
  10. 2010-06-25
    World Cup: For the remaining 16 teams, it’s win or go home
  11. 2010-06-25
    Paraguayan policeman seriously wounded by EPP terrorist attack
  12. 2010-06-24
    World Cup: Chile and Brazil seek perfection in pool play
  13. 2010-06-24
    Minor crimes in Nicaragua on the rise
  14. 2010-06-24
    Carlos Gardel still very much alive 75 years after death
  15. 2010-06-23
    World Cup: Paraguay on the cusp of reaching the second round
  16. 2010-06-23
    World Cup: La Albirroja has Paraguayans dreaming of greatness
  17. 2010-06-23
    Christopher Coke, a suspected drug lord, apprehended in Jamaica
  18. 2010-06-23
    Pedro Antonio Bermúdez, a suspected drug trafficker, to stand trial in U.S.
  19. 2010-06-22
    World Cup: United States on verge of making second round
  20. 2010-06-22
    Ficha Limpa: Politicians in Brazil must have clean criminal records
  21. 2010-06-22
    Venezuela’s failed food policy highlighted by rotten food
  22. 2010-06-21
    World Cup: Uruguay, Mexico, Argentina can punch second-round tickets
  23. 2010-06-21
    World Cup: Brazil shines in 3-1 win over Ivory Coast
  24. 2010-06-21
    Colombian President-elect Juan Manuel Santos: ‘The time of the FARC is over’
  25. 2010-06-18
    World Cup: Paraguay, Brazil, Chile look to remain atop their groups
  26. 2010-06-18
    Juan Manuel Santos, Antanas Mockus battling to become Colombia’s president
  27. 2010-06-17
    World Cup: United States faces Slovenia in critical game
  28. 2010-06-17
    ‘Operation Chameleon’ deals major blow to FARC, increases democratic security
  29. 2010-06-17
    Moussa Ali Hamdan, a suspected Hezbollah financier, arrested in Paraguay
  30. 2010-06-16
    World Cup: Mexico, Argentina seek to control their destinies with wins
  31. 2010-06-16
    World Cup: Brazil opens with 2-1 win over North Korea
  32. 2010-06-16
    Claudio Javier Silva Otálora, Franklin Alaín Gaitán Marentes, both suspected drug dealers, arrested
  33. 2010-06-16
    Paraguay revalues its currency by eliminating three zeros
  34. 2010-06-15
    World Cup: Chile, Honduras begin tournament; Uruguay plays second game
  35. 2010-06-15
    Employment rate improves in Chile
  36. 2010-06-14
    World Cup: Brazil’s Seleção begins title journey against North Korea
  37. 2010-06-14
    “Operation Chameleon” rescues four hostages, delivers massive blow to FARC
  38. 2010-06-11
    World Cup Weekend: United States, Argentina, Paraguay off and kicking
  39. 2010-06-11
    Indigenous justice clashes with rule of law in Ecuador
  40. 2010-06-11
    Juan Luis Guerra globalizes ‘bachata’ with new album
  41. 2010-06-10
    World Cup Today: Mexico, Uruguay open against tough opposition
  42. 2010-06-10
    Paraguay’s public transportation causing safety concerns
  43. 2010-06-10
    Argentine officials scrutinizing illegal textile factories
  44. 2010-06-09
    World Cup: Mexico’s high hopes hinge on how it handles altitude
  45. 2010-06-09
    Argentina's Bicentennial of May Revolution celebrated by six million
  46. 2010-06-09
    Germán Gonzalo Sánchez, a suspected drug lord, arrested in Colombia
  47. 2010-06-09
    Tropical Storm Agatha still scarring Guatemalans
  48. 2010-06-08
    World Cup: Javier Aguirre, Mexico seek glory in South Africa
  49. 2010-06-08
    Venezuelan parliamentary elections pledge balance of power
  50. 2010-06-08
    Brazilian government wants FARC out of country
  51. 2010-06-08
    Chile leads Latin America in export procedures
  52. 2010-06-07
    World Cup: Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Mexico shooting for first title
  53. 2010-06-07
    FARC trafficking drugs in Brazil, officials say
  54. 2010-06-07
    Venezuela’s new information control arm stirs controversy
  55. 2010-06-04
    World Cup 2010: José Torres, a U.S. midfielder, confident he made the right choice
  56. 2010-06-04
    Buddhist temple in Brazil home to sacred Tibetan art
  57. 2010-06-04
    Donors at Haiti summit asked to expedite pledges
  58. 2010-06-03
    Julián Ercolini, an Argentine judge, investigates bribery accusations against officials
  59. 2010-06-03
    Pablo Stoll, a Uruguayan film director, returns to silver screen with silent film
  60. 2010-06-03
    Finn E. Kydland says economic key to Latin America is long-term policies
  61. 2010-06-02
    World Cup: U.S. players confident they can play with best on the planet
  62. 2010-06-02
    Carlos Ojeda Herrera, a suspected drug trafficker, captured in Venezuela
  63. 2010-06-02
    Juan Manuel Santos’ first-round victory shows support for Álvaro Uribe’s policies
  64. 2010-06-02
    World Cup: Argentina soccer fans flocking to South Africa
  65. 2010-06-01
    World Cup: Jozy Altidore, U.S. seek glory in South Africa
  66. 2010-06-01
    Uranium production in Brazil seeking private partners

Headlines

  1. Six suspected drug traffickers arrested by the DAS security agency in Colombia

  2. Six ELN terrorists surrender to authorities in Colombia

  3. Guillermo Zuloaga, president of Venezuela’s Globovisión, formally charged with racketeering

  4. FARC plan to kill Juan Manuel Santos thwarted by Colombian authorities

  5. Police officer, judicial official and their wives murdered in El Salvador

  6. Police seize 100 kilograms of cocaine in El Salvador

  7. Melrym Giovani España, suspected leader of a drug cartel, killed in Guatemala

  8. FARC terrorists suspected in killing of Colombian deputy police chief

  9. Venezuelan officials order clean up of oil spill in Lake Maracaibo

  10. Peru successfully sends first shipment of natural gas to Mexico

  11. Latin American nations' murder rates among highest in world, study reports

  12. Salvadorans march in an effort to cease violence

  13. U.S. Embassy urges Americans to use caution in Haiti

  14. Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, Syria’s Bashar al-Assad meet to strengthen economic ties

  15. John Jaime Moncada Ospina, the chairman of Medellín’s city council, survives shooting

  16. Brazil’s heavy rains kill 51, cause 76 to go missing

  17. Death toll of coal mine explosion reaches 73

  18. Van der Sloot’s confession valid, Peruvian judge rules

  19. Mexican marines kill six suspected drug cartel members

  20. Brazil’s Petrobras makes oil find

  21. Death toll of coal mine explosion in Colombian reaches 64

  22. Alfonso Carvajal Franco, a convicted drug trafficker, apprehended in Colombia

  23. Juan Fernando Granda, a suspected leader of ELN, captured in Colombia

  24. Uruguay to get huge discount off its debt with Venezuela if it pays for oil in cash

  25. José Francisco Barreto García arrested in connection with shooting of Salvador Cabañas

  26. Mexican army kills 3, confiscates 1.5 tons of marijuana

  27. Christopher Coke, a suspected drug lord, extradited to U.S.

  28. Judge María Stella Jara leaves country because of death threats

  29. Diego Arria, a former ambassador, has second property seized by Venezuelan officials

  30. Chilean army has eradicated nearly 23,000 landmines on border with Bolivia

  31. Colombian Army discovers a FARC front base, officials say

  32. Three policemen killed by gunmen in Mexico

  33. Salvadoran police arrest eight in connection with bus massacre

  34. Two Colombian agents apprehended in connection with murder of unionist Luciano Enrique Romero

  35. Peru’s coca crop increases for fourth straight year, United Nations says

  36. Death toll of coal mine explosion in Colombian reaches 49

  37. Mexican mayor, city official killed in dispute over mining project

  38. Bus attacks in El Salvador's capital leave at least 17 dead and 15 wounded

  39. Coal mine explosion in Colombia kills at least 32

  40. Bus accident in Venezuela kills at least 8, injures 20

  41. Chilean police arrest about 135 in Santiago after team wins World Cup game

  42. Salvatore Miceli, a suspected Sicilian Mafia boss, apprehended in Venezuela

  43. Chihuahua mayor killed by gunmen in Mexico

  44. Peruvian policeman killed, two injured during ambush

  45. Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez starts chain of government-run supermarkets

  46. Argentine environmentalists won't block bridge with Uruguay

  47. Héctor Timerman appointed as Argentina’s foreign minister

  48. At least 15 injured in fights between El Salvador's police and street vendors

  49. Twelve corpses found in caverns in Cancún

  50. Haitian, United Nations forces apprehend 30 during raid

  51. Eleven killed when Salvadoran suspected gang members set bus ablaze

  52. Two police officers killed by suspected EPP members

  53. Venezuelan officials discover downed plane with three dead

  54. Explosion in coal mine in Colombia kills at least 16, Álvaro Uribe says

  55. Brazil’s Lula, Peru’s García agree to regional integration

  56. Natural gas pipeline opens in Brazil

  57. Roland Valenzuela, a former aide of removed President Manuel Zelaya, murdered in Honduras

  58. Costa Rican police bust gang connected to Mexican drug cartel

  59. Ecuadoran officials confiscate more than a ton of cocaine

  60. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva approves pension increase

  61. Guillermo Zuloaga flees country to elude arrest warrant

  62. At least 15,000 homeless living in Argentine capital, NGOs say

  63. Gas leak in Venezuela affects more than 400 people

  64. Luis Arturo Mondragón, a Honduran journalist, murdered

  65. U.S. ambassador sees as ‘positive’ U.S. relations with Bolivia

  66. Joran van der Sloot's attorney quits

  67. Four liberated hostages thank Colombian President Álvaro Uribe

  68. Bolivian officials have arrested 127 foreigners on drug charges so far in 2010

  69. Hugo Chávez says takeover of bank not politically motivated

  70. Grenade attack in El Salvador injures at least three police officers

  71. Tropical Storm Agatha killed 165, officials say

  72. Authorities seize 10 kilograms of cocaine in Punta Cana airport

  73. Prison fight in Mexico claims at least 29 inmates

  74. Guillermo Zuloaga says he won’t surrender to Venezuelan authorities

  75. Chilean Sen. Andrés Allamand plans to introduce gay rights bill

  76. Gangsters kill 10 federal police officers in Mexico

  77. Peruvian officials seize more than a ton of cocaine headed to South Africa

  78. Juan Manuel Santos expected to cruise to win in Colombia’s presidential runoff, polls indicate

  79. Hemorrhagic dengue kills eight in Honduras

  80. Guatemala needs five years to rebuild after Tropical Storm Agatha, Álvaro Colom says

  81. Peru’s Antonio Cisneros wins Chile’s Pablo Neruda Ibero-American Poetry Prize

  82. Argentine scientist Juliana Cassataro’s project to be funded by Bill Gates

  83. María Fernanda Núñez, a Colombian pageant contestant, injured in acid attack

  84. Six Colombian soldiers convicted of the murder of Aída Quilcué’s husband

  85. Dilma Rousseff named Workers’ Party presidential candidate in Brazil

  86. Karol Cabrera, a Honduran journalist, granted asylum in Canada

  87. Four severed heads discovered in Guatemala

  88. Chávez stops electricity rationing in Venezuela

  89. Uruguay most peaceful country in Latin America, ranking says

  90. Hillary Clinton pledges U.S. support to Colombia

  91. Santiago Flores, an accused killer, lynched by Bolivian Indians

  92. ELN suspected of kidnapping 3, Colombian police say

  93. Fouad Hakim Santiesteban murdered in Mexico

  94. Conrado Reyes removed as Guatemala’s attorney general

  95. Clowns in El Salvador protest killing by imposter clowns

  96. Miguel Otero, the Chilean ambassador in Argentina, resigns after complimenting Pinochet

  97. Karina Miranda becomes first Chilean female pilot to break sound barrier

  98. Tourists in Uruguay exceeded more than 910,000 in year’s first four months

  99. Brazil’s economy improves 9%

  100. Tracking chip of politician Diego Fernández de Cevallos found

  101. Medellín one of Colombia’s most dangerous cities

  102. Brazil’s major airports on verge of ‘operational collapse,’ report says

  103. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil may run for presidency in 2014

  104. 18 Brazilian police officers arrested in connection with killing spree

  105. Keiko Fujimori not running for Peruvian presidency to free her father

  106. Emilio Palacio, an Ecuadoran journalist, cleared on libel charges

  107. Valentín Romano, the Durango state Public Safety Secretary General, survives attack

  108. Juan Carlos Policarpio gets life sentences for mass killing in Guatemala

  109. Van der Sloot confesses killing Peruvian business student

  110. Gustavo Cerati, an Argentine rock star, flown to private hospital in Buenos Aires

  111. Bill Clinton visits Argentina, meets with Fernández de Kirchner

  112. Dilma Rousseff, José Serra, tied in Brazil’s presidential race, polls report

  113. Franklin Brito’s health deteriorating because of hunger strike, his daughter Ángela Brito says

  114. FARC abducted Colombian marine, Gen. Rafael Colón says

  115. PDA, Green Party fail to reach agreement to back Antanas Mockus for Colombian presidency

  116. Carlos Castresana resigns as head of CICIG

  117. Nine million Latin Americans expected to return to poverty, report says

  118. ‘March of Jesus’ in Brazil draws at least 2 million participants

  119. Bodies of four policemen turned over to officials by Potosí leaders

  120. Petrobras finds oil in Brazil’s Campos Basin

  121. Malaria cases in Venezuela have doubled so far in 2010

  122. Leonel Fernández, the Dominican Republican president, praises Haiti summit

  123. Sinkhole in Guatemala still puzzles geologists

  124. FARC suspected of six abductions in Colombia, officials say

  125. Guerrilla battles in Colombia leave 20 dead in a week

  126. EU nations to work together in fight against heroin, cocaine trafficking

  127. Cocaine seizures in Bolivia on the rise, coca leaf destruction decreasing

  128. Peru’s Alan García and U.S.’s Barack Obama meet to discuss free trade deal

  129. Brazilian lottery winner survives dad’s plot to have him killed

  130. Mexican officials arrest three in connection with murder of two federal officers

  131. Tropical Storm Agatha leaves at least 184 dead across Central America

  132. FARC, ELN gunfight leaves nine dead

  133. FARC blamed for killing a policeman, injures two others in Colombia

  134. Bodies of slain police officers buried in Bolivia, national ombudsman says

  135. Ecuadoran officials arrest four after finding suspected drug boat

  136. U.N.’s Edmond Mulet said Haiti’s democracy hinges on reconstruction

  137. Manuel Noriega sought by Panamanian officials from France

  138. La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City resumes flights

  139. College students protest in Chile

  140. Mohammed Saif Ur Rehman Khan granted bail for second time

  141. Hugo Chávez of Venezuela, Portugal’s José Sócrates sign agreements

  142. Rubén Juárez of Argentina dies of cancer

  143. Bill Clinton visits Haiti to help in recovery

  144. Sinkhole in Guatemala swallows intersection

  145. Gregorio Sánchez, the mayor of Cancún, charged with ties to drug cartels

  146. Hurricane season threatens Haiti’s earthquake victims

  147. Shipwreck in Peru kills at least 21

  148. Prison riot in Brazil leaves two dead, two injured

  149. Four police officers killed in Bolivia

  150. Five children living in caves since birth freed by Colombian officials

  151. Franklin Brito’s hunger strike in Venezuela ‘could end in tragedy’

  152. Dominican Republic officials arrest two suspected drug smugglers

  153. Guatemala flood kills at least 40

  154. Aminta Granera, the chief of national police in Nicaragua, not injured in attack on home

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