» US border: Calls for inquiry after teen dies in detention
22/05/19 09:45 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A 16-year-old becomes the fifth child to die after being detained at the US border since December.

» Nike cancels 'Puerto Rico' shoe over Panama indigenous design
22/05/19 07:14 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The shoe was to be a tribute to Puerto Rico but featured a design from an indigenous group in Panama.

» The Afro-Colombian journalist facing abuse over her hair
22/05/19 06:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Colombian news anchor Mábel Lara faced online abuse for not straightening her hair.

» Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Argentina ex-president, goes on trial
21/05/19 14:51 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has dismissed the allegations as a politically motivated "smokescreen".

» Venezuela's Maduro proposes early National Assembly vote
21/05/19 08:42 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Venezuela's embattled leader proposes an early election for the opposition-controlled body.

» Venezuela crisis: Maduro proposes early National Assembly vote
20/05/19 22:10 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Venezuela's embattled leader proposes an early election for the opposition-controlled body.

» How a new diet for gassy cows is helping the environment
20/05/19 20:09 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Colombian farmers are piloting a way of raising cows that's better for the environment.

» Ecuador hands over Julian Assange's belongings to US
20/05/19 07:29 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The Wikileaks founder is facing extradition requests from Sweden and the US over separate accusations.

» Wikileaks: Ecuador ‘to hand’ Assange belongings to US
20/05/19 07:29 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The Wikileaks founder is facing extradition requests from Sweden and the US over separate accusations.

» Brazil violence: Gunmen kill 11 people in bar in Belém
20/05/19 07:13 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Gunmen shoot dead 11 people in a bar in apparent retaliation for the deployment of federal forces.

» Victor Hugo Hurtado: Bolivian referee dies after collapsing during match
20/05/19 04:45 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Referee Victor Hugo Hurtado dies in hospital after collapsing on the pitch during a Bolivian league match played at high altitude.

» Diego Maradona at Cannes: Touching the foot 'blessed by God'
19/05/19 22:54 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Filmmaker Asif Kapadia gets closer to Diego Maradona than any England defender ever could.

» 2020 Election: Grading the candidates' Spanish skills
19/05/19 20:18 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Democrats hoping to beat Donald Trump must win backing from Latino voters. Is their Spanish bueno?

» 2020 Election: How do you say 'awkward' in Spanish?
19/05/19 20:18 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Democrats hoping to beat Donald Trump must win backing from Latino voters. Is their Spanish bueno?

» Emiliano Sala was 'abandoned' for fatal flight
19/05/19 20:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Family and friends of Emiliano Sala say they want someone to be held accountable for his death.

» Emiliano Sala's father: 'They left him alone like a dog'
19/05/19 20:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The parents of footballer Emiliano Sala talk of their pain after his plane crash death.

» The Brazilian street artist who brings history to graffiti
18/05/19 20:43 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Eduardo Kobra is a Brazilian street artist known for colourful historical figures and places.

» Argentine abortion campaigners take to Cannes red carpet
18/05/19 20:38 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Activists and the film crew of Que Sea Ley documentary wore green and chanted "solidarity" in a pro-choice protest.

» Argentina ex-leader Cristina Fernandez to run for vice-president
18/05/19 14:18 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Many had expected Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to stand for president in elections this year.

» Colonia Dignidad: Germany to compensate Chile commune victims
17/05/19 23:58 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Victims of an abusive sect founded by a former Nazi soldier in southern Chile will be compensated.

» Brazil's Vale warns another mining dam at risk of collapse
17/05/19 07:10 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A mining dam could collapse as early as next week, months after a similar disaster killed 230 people.

» The Chilean tycoon who is wanted by the US
16/05/19 21:07 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Carlos Cardoen is an influential businessman in Chile, but why does the US want him extradited?

» Venezuela crisis: Both sides in Norway for peace talks
16/05/19 17:32 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The talks mark a shift in tone just days after opposition lawmakers were charged with treason.

» Maduro officials 'in talks' with Venezuela opposition
16/05/19 12:29 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A Venezuelan ambassador says that government officials are holding talks with the opposition in Oslo.

» Venezuela crisis: Maduro officials 'in talks' with opposition
16/05/19 12:29 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A Venezuelan ambassador says that government officials are holding talks with the opposition in Oslo.

» Venezuela crisis: Maduro officials hold talks with opposition
16/05/19 12:29 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A Venezuelan ambassador says that government officials are holding talks with the opposition in Oslo.

» Women's Football: Brazil's Formiga to play in seventh World Cup
16/05/19 12:25 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The 41-year-old international will become the first footballer to participate in seven World Cups.

» Colombia peace process: Ex-rebel Santrich to be freed
16/05/19 08:12 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A court rules that former Farc leader Jesús Santrich will be freed and not face extradition to the US.

» The rapes haunting a community that shuns 21st Century
15/05/19 21:09 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Nine men were jailed for attacking and raping 151 women and girls in an insular colony. Why do its leaders now want the men freed?

» The rapes haunting a community that shuns the 21st Century
15/05/19 21:09 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Nine men were jailed for attacking and raping 151 women and girls in an insular colony. Why do its leaders now want the men freed?

» The hidden world of the doctors Cuba sends overseas
14/05/19 10:45 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Thousands of Cuban doctors work in healthcare missions around the world. Some medics say conditions can be nightmarish.

» Venezuela crisis: What remains of the Caracas middle-class?
13/05/19 21:28 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A look at how the elite part of Venezuela's capital is coping in the political and economic crisis.

» Ciudad Juarez: Murder, drugs and football on the Mexican border
24/01/19 20:01 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A wave of unprecedented violence, a Mexican city badly damaged by warring gangs, and the football fans voicing a community's pain.

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