» Peru Congress vote: Election follows September dissolution
26/01/20 01:17 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The poll comes almost four months after the president dissolved the body, accusing it of obstruction.

» ‘Vale ended our lives’: Broken Brumadinho a year after dam collapse
24/01/20 22:57 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
One year on from the dam collapse at Brazil's Corrego de Feijao mine, many are still seeking answers.

» Mexico indigenous group recruits children as police after attack
24/01/20 12:26 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Some of the 20 children recruited are said to have lost their fathers in an ambush last week.

» Mexican police push back hundreds of US-bound migrants
24/01/20 06:49 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Some 1,000 migrants have been prevented from entering Mexico from Guatemala.

» Jhon Viáfara: Colombia extradites ex-footballer to US on drugs charges
24/01/20 00:24 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Jhon Viáfara is extradited to Texas accused of being a members of a major drugs cartel.

» Devoted football fans experience 'dangerous' levels of stress
23/01/20 20:56 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
This can put strain on the heart and is particularly marked during a defeat, a study suggests.

» American Dirt: Oprah book club pick suffers Latino backlash
23/01/20 18:36 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A new novel about a family fleeing Mexico for the US spurs a fierce debate over fiction writing.

» Colombia's president on Venezuela's Maduro: 'He's a war criminal'
23/01/20 08:52 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Speaking to the BBC's Mishal Husain in Davos, Colombia's president has called for free elections in Venezuela.

» Five people a day killed by Rio police
23/01/20 08:48 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Killings by police in the Brazilian state hit a record high amid hardline measures to tackle crime.

» Juan Roman Riquelme: Youth tournament in South America features 11 players named after Argentina legend
23/01/20 07:35 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
In this year's Sao Paulo Junior Football Cup - a competition for Brazilian under-20 football teams - there are 11 players named after Argentina legend Juan Roman Riquelme.

» Back in the limelight: The man who wants to oust Maduro
22/01/20 21:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Juan Guaidó declared himself acting president last year but has failed to dislodge Nicolás Maduro.

» Juan Guaidó: The man who wants to oust Maduro
22/01/20 21:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Juan Guaidó declared himself acting president last year but has failed to dislodge Nicolás Maduro.

» Lions and tigers escape circus for vast new home
22/01/20 20:36 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Seventeen big cats rescued from Guatemalan circuses have moved to a South African wildlife sanctuary.

» 'I have to live on $1,175 a year'
22/01/20 20:16 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Brazil's army of fruit workers speak of struggling with low pay and dangerous working conditions.

» Pre-Hispanic sweat lodge uncovered in Mexico City
22/01/20 07:24 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The remains of the sweat lodge still has the part where the tub or pool for the steam bath was located.

» Ancient sweat lodge uncovered in Mexico City
22/01/20 07:24 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Central components of the Pre-Columbian sweat lodge are still intact

» Mexican butterfly activist's disappearance: 53 police detained
22/01/20 06:55 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Homero Gómez, who manages a monarch butterfly sanctuary in Michoacán, was last seen on 13 January.

» Venezuela crisis: Secret service raids offices of opposition leader Guaidó
21/01/20 21:49 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The opposition leader, widely recognised as Venezuela's interim president, is on a visit to the UK.

» Brazil dam collapse: Murder charges filed by prosecutors
21/01/20 15:54 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
At least 250 people died a year ago when a dam owned by Vale collapsed in Minas Gerais state.

» Unused emergency aid discovered in Puerto Rico
21/01/20 15:22 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Pallets of diapers, heaters, water, and other unused emergency aid were found in a warehouse.

» Glenn Greenwald: Brazil accuses journalist of cyber-crimes
21/01/20 14:20 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Brazilian authorities are seeking to charge Glenn Greenwald over alleged cyber-crimes.

» Emiliano Sala felt 'forced out' by Nantes before plane crash
21/01/20 13:38 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The footballer sent a message days before he died saying he did not feel valued by FC Nantes.

» Alarm at Mexico butterfly conservationist's disappearance
21/01/20 07:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Homero Gómez was last seen on 13 January and a search has so far failed to yield any results.

» Mexico butterfly conservationist's disappearance sparks alarm
21/01/20 07:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Homero Gómez was last seen on 13 January and a search has so far failed to yield any results.

» Hundreds of US-bound migrants stopped from entering Mexico
21/01/20 04:08 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
US-bound migrants who waded across a river are forced back and rounded up by the security forces.

» Windrush scandal: 'A billion pounds can't buy back my happiness'
21/01/20 02:41 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Chiplyn Burton was denied entry back into the UK after a trip to Jamaica in the 1970s.

» Windrush: Reunited over 70 years later
20/01/20 20:22 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The BBC has brought together two men in their nineties who came to Britain from Jamaica in 1948 on the Empire Windrush.

» Emiliano Sala: Claims footballer treated like a 'toy'
20/01/20 20:11 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Footballer Emiliano Sala messaged a friend saying he felt forced out by his French club days before he died.

» Emiliano Sala: A year on from plane crash, his family speak of 'pain that will never go away'
20/01/20 20:04 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
One year has passed since Emiliano Sala's death in a plane crash. His family in the small rural town of Progreso, Argentina, are still suffering.

» Hundreds of US-bound migrants cross river to reach Mexico
20/01/20 17:04 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The Mexican National Guard tries to block entry to the "caravan" hoping to reach the US.

» Venezuela crisis: Pompeo pledges more US support for Guaidó
20/01/20 15:38 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The secretary of state says the US will take additional measures to support the opposition leader.

» Venezuela crisis: Juan Guaidó defies travel ban for Colombia meeting
20/01/20 06:57 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The opposition leader is expected to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Colombia.

» Preparing for an active volcano to stir
19/01/20 20:15 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
People living at the foot of a volcano in Ecuador are being taught what to do if disaster strikes

» Venezuela crisis: Juan Guaidó defies travel ban for meeting in Colombia
19/01/20 14:27 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The opposition leader is expected to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Colombia.

» Paraguay investigates mass prison escape in Pedro Juan Caballero
19/01/20 12:42 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Officials in Paraguay suspect the men, many from a powerful gang, were allowed to walk free by guards.

» Puerto Rico official sacked over Hurricane Maria aid warehouse
19/01/20 07:37 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The measure comes after video showed residents in a quake-hit town raiding the warehouse.

» 'I was sexually abused by a shaman at an ayahuasca retreat'
15/01/20 21:05 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Ayahuasca's psychedelic powers are attracting more and more tourists. But the scene appears to have a dark side.

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