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  1. 2012-01-31
    Peru: Chifa restaurants showcase cultural diversity
  2. 2012-01-31
    Narco-complaint line leads to more than 40,000 arrests in Paraná
  3. 2012-01-30
    Is Copa América coming to the United States in 2016?
  4. 2012-01-30
    Colombians banned from carrying weapons in Bogotá
  5. 2012-01-30
    Financial, commercial barriers hold back Mexican wine industry
  6. 2012-01-27
    Humanitarian visa a hot topic in Brazil
  7. 2012-01-27
    Guatemala apprehends major suspected narco-traffickers
  8. 2012-01-27
    Bolivia: Lack of resources increases insecurity in Santa Cruz
  9. 2012-01-26
    Haitians begin to settle in Brazil
  10. 2012-01-26
    Honduras: Government vows to improve National Police’s image
  11. 2012-01-25
    Ecuador: Drug enforcement efforts strengthened at airports
  12. 2012-01-25
    Latin America a mandatory stop for touring artists
  13. 2012-01-24
    Al-Qaeda's funding sources drying up
  14. 2012-01-24
    Colombia: Government makes headway against Urabeños criminal band
  15. 2012-01-24
    Mate: A Guarani tradition goes global
  16. 2012-01-23
    Paraguay: Salvador Cabañas eyes comeback
  17. 2012-01-23
    Haiti, Dominican Republic to team in fight against cholera
  18. 2012-01-23
    Brazil’s strategy to fight crack prioritizes street offices
  19. 2012-01-20
    Víctor Martínez’s baseball season in jeopardy
  20. 2012-01-20
    Mexico: Authorities concerned about ‘Narco videos’ on the web
  21. 2012-01-19
    Matías Rodríguez to Portugal’s Benfica?
  22. 2012-01-19
    Mexico: Army’s Operation Northeast succeeds
  23. 2012-01-19
    Concierges help to prevent crimes in Santiago condominiums
  24. 2012-01-18
    Welcome to Rocinha
  25. 2012-01-18
    Cell phone use spreads faster than expected in Latin America
  26. 2012-01-17
    Colombia: Government, education sector protect environment
  27. 2012-01-17
    Restorative justice helps resolve conflicts in schools
  28. 2012-01-16
    Neymar to stay with Santos
  29. 2012-01-16
    El Salvador: Kidnappings decreased in 2011
  30. 2012-01-13
    Santos supports national soccer team coach Pekerman
  31. 2012-01-13
    Paraná: Companies hire female inmates
  32. 2012-01-12
    Venezuela: Journalists’ Twitter accounts being hacked
  33. 2012-01-12
    Zico scores 10 for Rio’s favelas
  34. 2012-01-12
    Colombia: Narco-traffickers threaten teachers
  35. 2012-01-11
    Punta Cana: A beach lover’s getaway
  36. 2012-01-11
    Peru: Government, private sector alleviate Fire Department crisis
  37. 2012-01-10
    Lionel Messi wins third straight FIFA Ballon d’Or
  38. 2012-01-10
    IT experts: Computers, social networks could be vulnerable
  39. 2012-01-10
    Brazil: Construction workers needed, no experience required
  40. 2012-01-09
    Honduras: Soccer league keeps children away from crime, drugs
  41. 2012-01-09
    Peru: Strong economy draws big-name concerts to Lima
  42. 2012-01-06
    Colombia hires José Pekerman to national soccer team
  43. 2012-01-06
    Nicaragua boosts efforts against human trafficking
  44. 2012-01-06
    Jamaica: Legislators’ pondering bill to improve press freedom
  45. 2012-01-05
    UFC: the land of soccer finds a new national passion
  46. 2012-01-05
    Guatemala recognizes indigenous laws
  47. 2012-01-04
    Olimpia gets ready for a busy 2012
  48. 2012-01-04
    Brazil: Cavalcanti leading fight against worldwide crack epidemic
  49. 2012-01-03
    Neymar named South America Club Player of the Year
  50. 2012-01-03
    Latin America: Narco-traffickers use women to smuggle narcotics

Headlines

  1. Colombia rejects private funds to free hostages

  2. Brazil earmarks US$500,000 to help resettle Haitians

  3. Mexico ambassador freed after Venezuela kidnapping

  4. Haiti judge seeks ‘Baby Doc’ corruption and embezzlement trial

  5. Peru: Strong earthquake leaves about 96 injured

  6. Colombia: Los Urabeños’ alleged financial boss arrested

  7. After deadly fire, Peru urged to probe drug centers

  8. Anonymous attacks Mexico websites to protest copyright law

  9. 22 slain in suspected drug crimes across Mexico in bloody night

  10. Colombia: 24 arrested in ELN-criminal gang bust

  11. AviancaTaca, billions spent in purchase of new planes

  12. Colombia, Peru team to fight organized crime

  13. Brazil’s Petrobras unit reports oil leak

  14. Cocaine mistakenly sent to United Nations headquarters

  15. Eight men shot dead in northern Mexican city

  16. Venezuela pulling out of World Bank arbitration body

  17. FARC pledges to free three more hostages

  18. Three killed when Rio high-rises collapse; 21 missing

  19. Guatemala judge bars alleged drug trafficking from leaving country

  20. Brazil gives visa to Cuban dissident hoping to travel freely

  21. Ecuador court suspends hearing in president libel case

  22. Bogotá mayor wants to ban killing bulls at bullfights‎

  23. Mexico: Zetas largest drug cartel, report says

  24. Cuban blogger asks Brazilian president for travel help

  25. Mexico offers US$2.6 billion to aid victims of record drought

  26. Chile struck by 6.2-magnitude earthquake

  27. Bolivia: Evo Morales shuffles cabinet

  28. Belgian police bust drug trafficking mafia, seizes drug cargo from Peru

  29. Colombia rebels release hostage taken in radar attack

  30. Mexican actor Demián Bichir nominated for Best Actor Oscar

  31. Guatemala murder rate blamed on drug trade

  32. Courageous’ Italian, Mexican writers win Olof Palme Prize

  33. ‘El Chapo’ aide fatally shot in Mexico gunfight

  34. Chile: Ex-generals convicted for Croatia arms deal

  35. Peru: Humala to seek investments in World Economic Forum

  36. Colombia: FARC attack kills 1 officer, delays air traffic

  37. Little progress in Cuba on human rights, watchdog group says

  38. Guatemala: Eight dead, 20 injured in nightclub shooting

  39. Mexico: Nine dead from AH1N1 swine flu outbreak

  40. Oil company denies alleged over-charging in Argentina

  41. Colombia: Officials apprehend narco-trafficking suspect

  42. Haiti: Seven police officers jailed over prison riot deaths

  43. U.S. targets top Guatemalan drug trafficker

  44. Guatemalans say no to violence with volcano protest

  45. Mexico: Four teens held for allegedly killing 4 students, father

  46. Bolivia: Public transport protest paralyzes La Paz

  47. Britain’s Hague begins first official visit to Brazil

  48. Blast hits oil pipeline in Colombia

  49. Panama: 14 face trial in cough syrup contamination case

  50. Two dismembered bodies dumped outside Mexico school

  51. Mexican officials detain Sinaloa gang suspect wanted in US

  52. Peruvian vice president resigns amid corruption probe

  53. Brazil: Central bank expected to cut base rate

  54. Chilean family slams Italy cruise crew as ‘inexperienced’

  55. Haiti: At least 26 dead, 56 injured in truck crash

  56. Mexico probes Irish adoption trafficking link

  57. Mexico seizes drug chemicals in cargo from China

  58. Argentine ship survivor: ‘Caramba, this is like the Titanic!’

  59. Brazil: Hydrocarbons found off Rio de Janeiro state

  60. Chile: Finance minister predicts 4% growth in 2012

  61. Panama Canal laborers halt expansion work

  62. Two police officers face trial in Mexico student deaths

  63. US, Canada recover drugs off Honduras coast

  64. Family of Peruvian cruise disaster victim seeks body from Italy

  65. Dutchman Van der Sloot sentenced to 28 years for Peru murder

  66. Mexico: Child trafficking ring thwarted

  67. New Guatemala leader orders military to join drug war

  68. FARC leaders sentenced in absentia for archbishop’s murder

  69. Venezuela and Colombia in trade talks

  70. Brazil: Mining company Vale halts iron ore shipments due to rains

  71. Honduras: Four children among 8 people fatally shot or stabbed

  72. Departing Guatemalan president seeks to reconcile with wife

  73. Mexico ruling party names activist for capital mayoral race

  74. Chile’s Mapuche activists group deny role in deadly forest fire

  75. Ecuador’s LGBT community protests visit by Iranian president

  76. Peru replaces drug czar who halted coca eradication

  77. Mexico drug death toll rising again in 2011

  78. Haiti: Camp outside government headquarters to be resettled

  79. Brazil legalizes 4,000 Haiti immigrants

  80. Peru: Prominent Shining Path member captured

  81. Brazil reports record grain harvest, exports in 2011

  82. First Rio carnival tickets sell out in 30 minutes

  83. Colombia demands ‘clear acts of peace’ from FARC

  84. Haiti: Population living in campsites dropping

  85. U.S. targets three linked to top Mexican drug lord

  86. Argentina: Volcanic ash hinders wildfire control efforts

  87. UNHCR praises Brazilian response to Haitian refugees

  88. Brazil’s 2011 chicken output sets record

  89. Suspected arson attacks in Chile as firefighters are buried

  90. Mexico: 15 bodies dumped near gas station

  91. Mexico: Inflation rose 3.8 percent in 2011

  92. Colombia: Police on high alert after Urabeños threat

  93. Brazilian tourists spent US$20 billion abroad in 2011

  94. Argentina: President Fernández de Kirchner doesn’t have cancer

  95. Costa Rican police seize a ton of cocaine buried on beach

  96. Mexico: Authorities arrest ‘mastermind’ of deadly casino fire

  97. Mexican journalist fatally shot

  98. Mexico: 10 killed, five decapitated in violent crimes

  99. Chile: Hooded men burn bus, police motorcycle after Mapuche march

  100. Chile: Blaze claims 6 firefighters

  101. Five killed as Colombia businessman is rescued

  102. Anfavea: Brazil auto sales set record in 2011

  103. IPI: Mexico most dangerous place for journalists

  104. Mexico forecasts 3.5% GDP growth in 2012

  105. Brazil’s Lula begins cancer radiation treatment

  106. Paraguay declares hoof-and-mouth emergency

  107. Traffickers said to abuse Brazil-bound Haitians

  108. 31 killed in Mexican prison brawl

  109. Mexican drug cartel chief pleads guilty in US

  110. Paraguay confirms new foot-and-mouth outbreak

  111. 2,271 rescued from slave labor in Brazil in 2011

  112. Haiti: Brazilian soldier dies in car accident

  113. Violent deaths in Guatemala down in 2011

  114. Brazil’s 2011 trade surplus highest in four years

  115. 2 killed in Colombia blast blamed on leftist rebels

  116. Once an armed rebel, Bogotá mayor bans carrying guns

  117. Haiti: Commission recommends restoring army

  118. Reports: Mexico drug violence killed 12,000 in 2011