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  1. 2011-11-30
    Rosell: Lionel Messi will never leave FC Barcelona
  2. 2011-11-30
    Peru: Alternative crops curtailing narco-trafficking
  3. 2011-11-29
    Gabriel Medina: Brazilian surfing prodigy
  4. 2011-11-29
    Central America: Police sharpen methods for probing homicides
  5. 2011-11-28
    World Cup 2014: Ronaldo asked to chair organizing committee
  6. 2011-11-28
    São Paulo Military Police invests in technology to fight crime
  7. 2011-11-23
    Can Messi make history by winning third straight Ballon d’Or?
  8. 2011-11-23
    Colombia: Taxicab service for women big success
  9. 2011-11-22
    Mexico: Therapists play important public health role
  10. 2011-11-22
    Rio de Janeiro Military Police use theater to prevent misconduct
  11. 2011-11-21
    Will Paraguay qualify for World Cup 2014?
  12. 2011-11-21
    Paraná penitentiary offers music as therapy
  13. 2011-11-21
    Colombia: FARC profiting from narco-trafficking
  14. 2011-11-18
    Messi, Neymar taking part in anti-doping program
  15. 2011-11-18
    Mobile library brings books to the streets of São Paulo
  16. 2011-11-18
    Mexico: ‘Juárez Competitiva’ showcases local opportunities
  17. 2011-11-17
    Mexico: Big hopes for new archeological site
  18. 2011-11-17
    Argentina strengthens laws against sex crimes
  19. 2011-11-17
    Colombia: President Santos bolsters fight to end landmine use
  20. 2011-11-16
    CONMEBOL: Argentina defeats Colombia, 2-1
  21. 2011-11-16
    São Paulo police using Japanese method to build community ties
  22. 2011-11-16
    Central America: Synthetic drug market grows
  23. 2011-11-15
    Honduras: NGO helping children with cancer
  24. 2011-11-15
    Colombia: FARC’s bombings causing death, destruction
  25. 2011-11-15
    Mexico: ‘Our Silences’ exhibit stresses dialogue to end violence
  26. 2011-11-14
    Luis Suárez puts on a show for Uruguay
  27. 2011-11-14
    Guatemala: Traffic accidents a deadly problem
  28. 2011-11-14
    Brazil: Federal Police target synthetic drugs
  29. 2011-11-11
    Chile suspends five players for two World Cup 2014 qualifiers
  30. 2011-11-11
    Paraguay: National center offers rehab to addicts
  31. 2011-11-11
    Peru: Government seeks to end violence among soccer hooligans
  32. 2011-11-10
    Argentines frustrated with La Albiceleste
  33. 2011-11-10
    Onboard the training ship Brasil: Silver Jubilee and soccer
  34. 2011-11-09
    Brazil: Injured Kaka dropped from Seleção’s starting lineup
  35. 2011-11-09
    After Cano’s death, a chance for peace in Colombia
  36. 2011-11-09
    Relapses of female crack addicts investigated in Brazil
  37. 2011-11-08
    Vasco da Gama: Historic season for Brazil’s comeback team
  38. 2011-11-08
    Colombia: Illegal mining a major problem
  39. 2011-11-08
    Mexico City’s Metro improves security
  40. 2011-11-07
    Guadalajara ready for the Parapan American Games
  41. 2011-11-07
    Brazil bans amphetamine-based appetite suppressants
  42. 2011-11-07
    Colombian journalist helps kidnapping victims with radio program
  43. 2011-11-06
    Colombia: FARC top leader Alfonso Cano dies in military raid
  44. 2011-11-04
    Messi to Pelé: Where are my DVDs?
  45. 2011-11-04
    Narco-traffickers suspected of stealing plane from airport
  46. 2011-11-04
    Argentina: Satellites to fight drug and human trafficking
  47. 2011-11-03
    Peru: Authorities focus on inmate reintegration
  48. 2011-11-03
    The MALBA: 10 years promoting Latin American art
  49. 2011-11-03
    Mexico: Wine industry begins to soar
  50. 2011-11-02
    When will Diego Forlán return for Uruguay?
  51. 2011-11-02
    Haiti investment council pushes private-sector tourism projects
  52. 2011-11-01
    Mexico facing challenge of identifying thousands of bodies
  53. 2011-11-01
    Guatemala turning to technology to improve security
  54. 2011-11-01
    Day of the Dead in the Americas: A mix of joy and sadness


  1. Guyanese vote in general elections

  2. Brazil proposes South American broadband network

  3. Spain: Gang caught smuggling cocaine in babies’ diapers

  4. Honduras: Army focusing on battling narco-traffickers

  5. IMF chief visits Mexico

  6. Trinidad and Tobago: 13 arrested in plot to kill prime minister

  7. Chile: Bomb detonates in Santiago

  8. Workers strike at Chile copper mine

  9. UN mobilizes civil society for Rio’s environment summit

  10. Instincts, luck save Colombia hostage from execution

  11. Alleged Colombian drug lord arrested in Venezuela

  12. Mexico: Authorities make record weapons seizure

  13. Mexico, Chile ratify crime-fighting agreement

  14. Mexico: 3 Los Zetas members admit to killing bodyguards

  15. Ecuador: Tungurahua volcano erupting

  16. Peru: Van der Sloot murder trial set for Jan. 6

  17. Brazil: More than 130 prisoners escape

  18. Held 12 years by FARC, Colombian soldier returns home

  19. Joy in Mexico as mariachi put on UN heritage list

  20. Thousands of Central American women hold anti-violence marches

  21. Peru establishes crime of femicide

  22. Volcanic ash disrupts air travel in Uruguay, Argentina

  23. Brazil’s cancer-stricken Lula in second round of chemo

  24. Mexican troops find US$15 million cash in car

  25. Mexico: 3 police officers found dead

  26. Trinidad and Tobago receives US$60 million loan from IDB

  27. General: 2 narco semi-subs located off Honduran coast

  28. Paraguayan native slain by drug traffickers

  29. Colombia: 14 members of drug gang arrested

  30. Peru finds 14th century mass grave of children

  31. Mexico: Troops discover 7 bodies in 2 mass graves

  32. El Salvador receives US$50 million loan from IDB

  33. Brazil: Authorities still fighting oil spill off Rio

  34. Colombia: New FARC leader threatens president

  35. Paraguay: AFC receives US$50 million loan from IDB

  36. Colombia: Army closes FARC radio station

  37. Honduras to modernize Armed Forces equipment

  38. Volcano spews ash, steam near Mexico City

  39. Brazilian police: High risk of terror attacks during World Cup

  40. Ecuador: Smugglers kill soldier in gunfight

  41. IMPSA gets IDB loan to finance wind energy investment plan

  42. Ex-president of Guatemala lashes out at extradition

  43. Mexico names new interior secretary after fatal crash

  44. Colombian students end strike over education reform

  45. UNODC: Bolivia is South America’s largest cocaine supplier

  46. OAS meets to analyze progress against organized crime

  47. Guatemala orders ex-president extradited to U.S.

  48. Noriega could return to Panama ‘before Christmas’

  49. Report: Attacks on Mexico media outlets rising

  50. Mexico: At least 32 police officers arrested

  51. Colombia’s FARC names new leader; Alfonso Cano buried

  52. Venezuela: Chilean consul kidnapped, shot, released

  53. Chile orders mining giant Anglo to halt share sales

  54. Judge extends deadline for Mexicana rescue to February

  55. IDB reveals results of banking survey

  56. Mexico: Alleged Knights Templar gang leader arrested

  57. IDB launches competition to help Latin American businesses

  58. Two more arrests in baseball player’s kidnapping case

  59. Repsol finds more oil off Brazilian coast

  60. Peruvian President Humala: V.P. Chehade has ‘stepped aside’

  61. Aerolíneas Argentinas resumes international flights

  62. Nicaragua: Army seizes 1.5 tons of cocaine

  63. Haiti: New culture minister dies in Canada

  64. Mexican drug balladeer shot dead

  65. Police wrest control of Rio's largest favela

  66. Colombian rebels reject president’s call for peace

  67. Amazon, Iguazú Falls among new 7 natural wonders

  68. Venezuela: MLB catcher Ramos rescued after abduction

  69. Brazil eyes strategic partnership with Africa

  70. Mexico: No foul play in Interior Secretary helicopter crash

  71. Mexico arrests Zetas drug cartel’s No. 2 leader

  72. Mexico: President Calderón’s sister set to win state election

  73. Mexican interior secretary killed in helicopter crash

  74. Death toll from Colombia landslide climbs to 48

  75. Venezuela: Major League Baseball player kidnapped

  76. Colombia gets US$120 million loan from IDB

  77. Brazil to assist European countries with struggling economies

  78. Brazil: Police arrest alleged drug kingpin

  79. Online critic of drug violence beheaded in Mexico

  80. Colombia: Toll in deadly mudslides increases

  81. IDB loans Brazil US$1.15 billion to finish highway

  82. Argentina: Repsol YPF makes its largest-ever oil discovery

  83. Guatemala captures alleged drug lord

  84. Mexico to invest $10 billion in gas pipelines

  85. Mexico: Army destroys narcotics laboratory

  86. Prime Minister Persad-Bissessar ends curfew

  87. Colombia: Mudslide toll climbs to 40

  88. Rousseff lauds cameraman killed in Rio police raid

  89. Brazil is world champion in fighting hunger

  90. President-elect vows to tackle Guatemalan drug violence

  91. Mexico: Newspaper’s office set on fire

  92. High-ranking Arellano Félix cartel leader arrested

  93. Peru extends state of emergency in Andean regions

  94. Colombia: One dead, three hurt in alleged FARC attack

  95. Brazil’s Petrobras announces new oil find in Gulf of Mexico

  96. Study: Crack cocaine plaguing Brazil’s health system

  97. Colombia: Mudslides kill at least 36

  98. Colombia: Santos establishes National Intelligence Office

  99. Hackers shut down Salvadoran government websites

  100. Skulls of new prehistoric mammal found in Argentina

  101. Argentina: Eight dead, mostly children, in road crash

  102. Spain: Police breaks Colombian ‘cocaine shoe’ drug ring

  103. Officials: Organized crime moving into CentAm’s remote areas

  104. Honduras: 176 police arrested over crime links

  105. Brazil gets US$8 billion in funding to eradicate poverty

  106. Argentina: School bus, train collision leaves eight dead

  107. Peru’s vice president faces ethics charges

  108. Argentina: Colombian model convicted of smuggling cocaine

  109. Czech police bust Dominican cocaine ring

  110. Quake rattles Pacific coast of Costa Rica

  111. Mexico mayor shot dead on campaign trail

  112. Amnesty International urges crackdown on Rio militias

  113. Seven suspected rebels dead in Colombia army raid

  114. Mexico’s Day of the Dead remembers those killed by violence

  115. Honduras launches nationwide crackdown on violent crime

  116. Argentina tightens exchange controls to stem capital flight

  117. Lawmaker to flee Brazil after receiving death threats

  118. Colombia eliminates security agency after scandals

  119. Mexico: Five killed in weekend gun battles

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