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  1. 2011-02-28
    Paraguay: Three Lebanese nationals extradited to U.S.
  2. 2011-02-28
    Guatemala: Mara 18, Mara Salvatrucha gangs creating major problem
  3. 2011-02-28
    No surprises at the Oscars
  4. 2011-02-25
    Baseball: Soriano cashes-in with New York Yankees
  5. 2011-02-25
    Chile: A year after the earthquake, reconstruction thriving
  6. 2011-02-25
    Santo Domingo’s subway thriving
  7. 2011-02-24
    Uruguay unveils official program to celebrate bicentennial
  8. 2011-02-24
    Brazilian soccer stars now shining in politics
  9. 2011-02-24
    Argentina: What age can minors be held criminally responsible?
  10. 2011-02-23
    NBA: Latin American stars shining
  11. 2011-02-23
    Brazil: The young country is aging
  12. 2011-02-23
    Colombia: Army destroys cocaine laboratory
  13. 2011-02-22
    Chile: At Isla Negra, Neruda’s poetry, reverence converge
  14. 2011-02-22
    Railroads poised to reduce logistical bottlenecks in Brazil
  15. 2011-02-21
    Paraguay: Encarnación Carnival dazzles
  16. 2011-02-21
    Haiti: Monitoring the elections
  17. 2011-02-18
    Argentina’s Carlos Tevez scoring for England’s Manchester City
  18. 2011-02-18
    Brazil seeking skilled workers
  19. 2011-02-17
    Brazil: Rio de Janeiro’s samba schools overcome tragedy
  20. 2011-02-17
    El Salvador: Obama to discuss security, immigration during visit
  21. 2011-02-17
    Argentina: Vicentico introduces ‘Sólo un momento’
  22. 2011-02-16
    Brazil: Ronaldo says farewell to soccer
  23. 2011-02-16
    Colombia: First fully submersible vessel used to traffic narcotics seized
  24. 2011-02-16
    Brazil’s interior and coastal regions growing
  25. 2011-02-15
    Brazilian highways taking opposite direction than economic growth
  26. 2011-02-15
    Chile: Obama’s visit to boost country’s global standing
  27. 2011-02-14
    Dominican Republic: Will cholera hurt tourism sector?
  28. 2011-02-14
    Colombia’s Santos not interested in peace talks with FARC
  29. 2011-02-14
    Haiti: Exiled President Aristide announces return
  30. 2011-02-11
    Guyana: Indo-Guyanese community thriving
  31. 2011-02-11
    Caribbean tourism industry rebounds
  32. 2011-02-11
    Brazil: Broadband coverage to reach 88% nationwide
  33. 2011-02-10
    Guatemala and U.S. partner in fighting crime
  34. 2011-02-10
    Bahiano to release new album
  35. 2011-02-10
    Internet access on the rise in Latin America
  36. 2011-02-09
    NBA: Manu Ginóbili headed to All-Star Game
  37. 2011-02-09
    Weapons destruction progresses in Central America
  38. 2011-02-09
    Haiti: President will extend term
  39. 2011-02-08
    Paraguay: Chipa, a traditional bread, feeding nation
  40. 2011-02-08
    Brazil: Ports operating at their limit
  41. 2011-02-07
    American Football: Packers win Super Bowl, 31-25
  42. 2011-02-07
    Latin American textile companies call for an end to contraband
  43. 2011-02-07
    Chile: Government making progress in fight against narcotics
  44. 2011-02-07
    Argentina: Soybean and corn crops suffering from drought
  45. 2011-02-04
    American Football: Green Bay, Pittsburgh meet in Super Bowl XLV
  46. 2011-02-04
    Colombia: Juan Manuel Santos to scrutinize mining sector
  47. 2011-02-03
    Golf: Three Latinos breaking through on PGA Tour
  48. 2011-02-03
    Argentina: Boxer Marcelo Domínguez trying to knock out narcotics
  49. 2011-02-03
    Brazil: Educational system threatening economic growth
  50. 2011-02-02
    Landslides in Rio: Last year’s survivors remain at risk
  51. 2011-02-02
    Costa Rica: Network used fishermen to ship cocaine
  52. 2011-02-02
    Isla de los Estados brings new life to Argentine pop
  53. 2011-02-01
    Brazil: Airports top the list of investment priorities

Headlines

  1. Suspected Los Zetas member arrested in U.S. agent’s death

  2. Argentina soy farmers expecting higher yields

  3. President Juan Manuel Santos receives high approval rating

  4. Colombia’s railroad linking El Cerrejón to Puerto Bolívar bombed

  5. Brazil: Petrobras had record earnings in 2010

  6. Bolivia’s former anti-drug commander arrested in Panama

  7. United Nations: Colombian gangs trigger more massacres in 2010

  8. Ecuador: Police seize 142 kilograms of cocaine

  9. Colombia: Accidental grenade blast kills three soldiers

  10. Colombia approves extradition of suspected narcotics trafficker

  11. Three Lebanese suspects extradited from Paraguay to U.S.

  12. Guatemala: 90 kilograms of cocaine seized

  13. Mexican President Calderón to meet with U.S.’s Obama

  14. Peru: Rail service to Machu Picchu restarts

  15. Argentina: 277 pounds of marijuana seized

  16. Peru suspends diplomatic ties with Libya

  17. Mexico: Suspect held in killing of U.S immigration agent

  18. Mexico: Marines seize 72 sticks of explosives

  19. Guatemala: Four suspected thieves killed

  20. Brazil’s state-owned oil company hitting refining capacity

  21. Peru: Train service to Machu Picchu halted

  22. Ecuador: Police free two kidnapped tourists

  23. Colombia, U.S teams rescue six trapped in Caribbean Sea

  24. Haiti’s Carnival could pose cholera threat

  25. Mexico: Gross domestic product increased 5.5% in 2010

  26. Argentina hosts Colombia peace forum

  27. Colombia projects record exports in 2011

  28. Mexico: 14 of 72 migrants killed in August massacre need identification

  29. Tennis: Violence doesn’t stop Mexican Open

  30. Guatemala soccer team president receives death threats

  31. Peru: Millions in counterfeit money seized

  32. U.S. President Obama announces dates for Latin America trip

  33. U.S. senator to discuss trade on trip to Colombia, Brazil

  34. Paraguayan president visits troops in Haiti

  35. Mexico: Julián Leyzaola Pérez resigns as deputy secretary

  36. Guatemala: Colom ends two-month siege of Alta Verapaz

  37. Brazil: Woman to head Rio police department for first time

  38. Colombia: FARC frees two more hostages

  39. Nicaragua: Suspected leader of Contras killed

  40. Mexico: Army kills four gunmen after chase

  41. Haiti: Wyclef backs Martelly for president

  42. Mexico: Two police officers apprehended in high-profile killing

  43. Paraguay: Police seize cocaine near airfield

  44. U.S. President Barack Obama to visit Brazil from March 19-20

  45. Mexican Senate drafting new immigration law

  46. Haiti: Bill Clinton meets presidential candidates

  47. Guatemala: Judge Eddy Cáceres Rodríguez killed

  48. Mexico: La Familia cartel linked to shootout

  49. Brazil: Retail sales flat in December

  50. Colombia: Fredy Ricardo Santos Ramírez arrested

  51. Brazil: Rio de Janeiro state police chief resigns

  52. Dominican pharmacy businesses of interest to drug lords

  53. Mexico: 18 killed in drug-related violence

  54. Haitian presidential candidate Manigat visits Dominican Republic

  55. Peru: Agents confiscate cocaine at airport

  56. Chile: Central bank seeks to control inflation

  57. Brazil: Record 21.8% of imports consumed nationwide in 2010

  58. Earthquake shuts down mountain pass joining Chile, Argentina

  59. Honduras: Plane crash kills 14, no survivors

  60. Dominican Republic: Woman arrested on narcotics charges

  61. Mexico: Gunmen slay law enforcement official

  62. Brazil targeting police corruption

  63. Mexico: Surge of violence leaves 30 dead

  64. Ingmar Guandique sentenced to 60 years for Chandra Levy murder

  65. Mexico: 6 dead, 37 injured in nightclub attack

  66. Brazil: Six inmates die during riot

  67. Colombia, U.S. begin new counter-narcotics partnership

  68. Brazil: US$30 billion cut from 2011 budget

  69. Mexico: Gulf cartel chief admits killings, bombings

  70. Mexico: Nine dead in shootout

  71. Guatemala: Gunmen slay five

  72. Haiti: Journalist Jean Richard Louis Charles killed

  73. Colombia: Brazil helps with FARC hostage release

  74. Colombia: FARC releases first of five hostages

  75. Venezuela: Homicide rate one of the highest in Latin America

  76. Colombia: Ecopetrol confirms oil find

  77. Haiti issues passport to former president Aristide

  78. Mexico: Army frees 47 hostages held by drug traffickers

  79. Panama: Thirteen injured during anti-mining protest

  80. Spain: Ex-FARC guerrillas claim ETA members trained them

  81. Colombia: Kidnappings increased 32 percent in 2010

  82. Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff begins weekly radio show

  83. Venezuela: Hunger strike outside OAS offices enters second week

  84. Mexico: Protestors target bullfighting

  85. Honduras: gunmen kill 4 peasants in banana-growing area

  86. Colombia: Six guerrillas turn themselves in

  87. Brazil: Colombian drug lord’s house to be converted into clinic

  88. Costa Rica: Prosecutor wants former president jailed

  89. Venezuela: Students and union members protest against government policies

  90. Chile: Flight evacuated after bogus bomb threat

  91. Haiti: Former President Aristide to receive diplomatic passport

  92. El Salvador: Mexican diplomat injured in hit-and-run

  93. Widespread Blackouts affects millions in northeastern Brazil

  94. Argentina: Prison video leads to arrests

  95. Peru: Arab, Latin American summit postponed

  96. Mexico: Gunmen burn 1,500 newspapers

  97. Honduras: Prison director attacked

  98. Mexico: Alleged money launderer captured

  99. Colombia: 29 soldiers wounded after car bomb detonates

  100. Spain breaks up suspected money-laundering ring

  101. Haiti: Presidential run-off vote set

  102. Mexico: Gunmen kill police chief in border city

  103. Brazil: Rains in Rio de Janeiro leave at least 872 dead

  104. Panama and Colombia coordinate migratory controls

  105. Nicaragua: New map fuels territory feud with Costa Rica

  106. Baby Doc: Frozen assets should be used to help rebuild Haiti

  107. Mexico: Police make arrest in resort killings

  108. Colombia: Gunman kills five family members during Carnival celebrations

  109. Colombia: FARC to release five hostages

  110. Spain: Seven Dominicans detained on drug trafficking charges

  111. Mexico: Reward offered for killers of migrants

  112. More than a metric ton of cocaine seized in Colombian waters

  113. Colombia: Explosion kills one in Ibagué

  114. Colombia: Four siblings die in fire

  115. Mexico: Five charged in deadly hotel blast

  116. Hillary Clinton reiterates U.S. support for Haiti

  117. Mexico: Six burned bodies discovered

  118. Haiti: Death toll from cholera outbreak surpasses 4,000

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