» Brazil building collapse: Race on to find the missing
16/10/19 06:55 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
One person died when the apartment block collapsed and there are still residents feared trapped.

» The blind and visually impaired women checking for breast cancer
16/10/19 03:26 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
In an innovative project in Colombia, the power of touch is being used for early detection.

» Mexico: Army deployed after police killed in ambush
16/10/19 01:10 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Monday's attack in the western Michoacán state is blamed on a powerful drug cartel.

» Brazil building collapse: Seven-storey block crashes down in Fortaleza
15/10/19 22:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Firefighters fear that there are still people buried beneath the rubble in the city of Fortaleza.

» Mexico under pressure as asylum applications skyrocket
15/10/19 14:38 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
As the US introduces tougher rules for migrants, tens of thousands apply for asylum in Mexico instead.

» Fourteen police dead in Mexico gun ambush
14/10/19 23:35 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The attack is believed to have been carried out by a drug cartel in western Michoacán state.

» Fourteen police dead in Mexico gun attack
14/10/19 17:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The shooting took place in one of the country's most dangerous spots for drug-related violence.

» Alexis Sanchez: Inter Milan's on-loan Man Utd forward injured on Chile duty
14/10/19 11:17 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Inter Milan's on-loan Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez faces a spell out after damaging ankle tendons on international duty.

» Ecuador repeals law ending fuel subsidies in deal to stop protests
14/10/19 07:16 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
An agreement is struck after talks in Quito between the government and indigenous leaders.

» Ecuador violence: Indigenous protesters celebrate fuel subsidies U-turn
14/10/19 06:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The president's decision to restore fuel subsidies came after 12 days of violent protests.

» Ecuador withdraws fuel subsidy ban in deal to stop protests
14/10/19 00:38 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
An agreement is struck after talks in Quito between the government and indigenous leaders.

» The pink dolphins giving people their lives back
13/10/19 20:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A physiotherapist working with wild dolphins in the Amazon river has helped more than 600 children.

» Brazil 1-1 Nigeria: Neymar limps off in first half
13/10/19 13:31 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Paris Saint Germain forward Neymar limps off as Brazil are held to a 1-1 draw by Nigeria in Singapore.

» Wales 35-13 Uruguay: Win sets up France World Cup quarter-final
13/10/19 07:08 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Wales labour to a 35-13 Rugby World Cup win over Uruguay to seal top spot in Pool D and set up a quarter-final against France.

» Ecuador violence: Protesters agree to talks with government
13/10/19 01:52 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
President Lenín Moreno had earlier imposed a curfew to try to end days of violent demonstrations.

» Ecuador protests: President imposes curfew amid worsening violence
12/10/19 19:32 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
President Moreno vows to restore order just hours after protest leaders agree to talks.

» Ecuador protests: Unrest continues over fuel price hikes
12/10/19 16:44 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Ecuador sees another day of unrest as protests continue in Quito over the government fuel price hikes.

» Haiti unrest: Protesters forced back from president's home
11/10/19 21:13 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The death of a prominent journalist inflames violent protests calling on Jovenel Moïse to resign.

» Amazon fires: What's the latest in Brazil?
11/10/19 20:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The fires in the Amazon have been dampened - but it's not the only area under threat.

» Ecuador protests: UN calls on government to investigate deaths
11/10/19 16:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Demonstrators release police officers after making some of them carry the coffin of a dead activist.

» Ecuador police hostage situation
11/10/19 13:41 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Police officers released after being taken by indigenous demonstrators leading the protests against government austerity measures.

» Ecuador protests: Police officers released after being taken hostage
11/10/19 07:50 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Demonstrators release police officers after making some of them carry the coffin of a dead activist.

» Ecuador protesters take eight police officers hostage
11/10/19 00:40 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Demonstrators paraded the seven police men and one police woman on a stage amid nationwide protests.

» Neymar wins 100th Brazil cap in draw with Senegal
10/10/19 11:04 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Paris St-Germain forward Neymar wins his 100th cap as Brazil draw 1-1 with Senegal in Singapore.

» Germany 2-2 Argentina: Visitors fight back from two-goals down to draw
09/10/19 17:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Argentina come back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Germany in a friendly in Dortmund.

» Hundreds attend 100-year-old Salford RAF veteran's funeral
09/10/19 16:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Mourners attend the funeral of Oswald Dixon after a plea by his nursing home.

» Hundreds attend Jamaican WW2 veteran's funeral
09/10/19 14:18 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Ex-RAF serviceman Oswald Dixon died aged 100 with no known relatives living in the UK.

» Translating for Mum and Dad
08/10/19 23:58 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
When a family arrives in a new country, often children find themselves in the role of translator.

» Maradona's dancing celebration after team's first win
08/10/19 05:17 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Watch Diego Maradona show off his dance moves after overseeing his first win in charge of Argentine side Gimnasia as they beat Godoy Cruz 4-2.

» Ricardo Salles: Brazil has done 'excellent job' on the Amazon
07/10/19 07:20 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Brazil's environment minister has defended his government's record on protecting the rainforest.

» Catholic Church: Could Pope Francis say 'yes' to married priests?
06/10/19 08:05 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Priests and bishops will discuss whether to allow married priests in remote parts of the Amazon.

» Vintage photos offer glimpse of Upper Amazon 150 years ago
04/10/19 05:45 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The pictures were published in 1869 and are believed to be the area's earliest photographic record.

» Tropical forest success story under threat in Guatemala
02/10/19 22:24 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A scheme allowing communities to manage forested areas has reduced deforestation but will it be extended?

» Amazon fires: The volunteer firefighters battling to save Brazil’s rainforest
29/09/19 20:01 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
They are on a mission to stop their stretch of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest from going up in flames.

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