» Cocaine smuggling: The bizarre tactics used to hide drugs
16/07/19 13:25 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
From toupees to fake buttocks, drug smugglers have gone to extreme lengths to hide cocaine.

» Trump's asylum crackdown: Will the 'safe third country' plan work?
16/07/19 09:48 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The US president is bringing in new rules for asylum seekers but critics deem it illegal and dangerous.

» Venezuelan refugees "putting pressure" on Brazil
16/07/19 08:14 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Brazil's foreign minister says his country will continue to take in Venezuelan refugees despite the strain.

» El Salvador: Woman faces retrial after baby died in toilet birth
16/07/19 07:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Evelyn Hernández was originally given 30 years after being accused of killing her baby.

» Brazil cocaine haul: Shoppers find drug stash in their soap powder box
16/07/19 07:25 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Brazilian police suspect 80kg of the drug had been placed on a supermarket's shelves by mistake.

» El Salvador: Woman face retrial after baby died in toilet birth
16/07/19 03:20 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Evelyn Beatríz Hernández Cruz was originally given 30 years after being accused of aborting her baby.

» El Salvador: Woman faces retrial in stillbirth case
16/07/19 00:26 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Evelyn Beatríz Hernández Cruz had been sentenced to 30 years after being accused of aborting her baby.

» US migrant crisis: Trump seeks to curb Central America asylum claims
15/07/19 20:01 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The White House is seeking to limit Central American migrants' ability to claim asylum in the US.

» Guatemala court blocks migration deal with US
15/07/19 09:46 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The deal would have required migrants crossing Guatemala to seek asylum there rather than in the US.

» US-Mexico border: Step into the shoes of a migrant
13/07/19 20:14 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Follow a journey through Central America - and see the risks a migrant may face to reach the US.

» Step into the shoes of a migrant to the US
13/07/19 20:14 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Follow a journey through Central America - and see the risks a migrant may face to reach the US.

» Wimbledon 2019: Juan Sebastian Cabal & Robert Farah win men's doubles
13/07/19 17:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Colombia's Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah win the Wimbledon men's doubles title with a thrilling five-set victory in almost five hours.

» Obituary: Andrew Graham-Yooll, the man who dared to report on Argentina's missing
12/07/19 20:04 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Andrew Graham-Yooll, who has died aged 75, risked his life reporting on Argentina's dictatorship.

» Netball World Cup 2019: Sam Wallace on 'heartbreak' of father's stroke
12/07/19 06:59 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago's Sam Wallace on one of the most challenging years of her life - on and off the netball court.

» Brazil's President Bolsonaro offers US ambassador job to son
11/07/19 23:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Eduardo Bolsonaro said he would accept the role if it were offered to him.

» Meet the woman risking her life to clear Colombia's minefields
11/07/19 20:17 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Paola Sanchez is 24 years old and risks her life every day, finding and deactivating landmines after five decades of conflict in Colombia.

» Is there a crisis on the US-Mexico border?
11/07/19 16:54 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Critics have called Donald Trump's policies "appalling" - but what do the numbers tell us?

» 'Tortured' Venezuela captain buried without wife's consent
11/07/19 09:11 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The wife of Rafael Acosta, who died in custody, says his body was interred without her permission.

» European Vega rocket lost minutes after liftoff
11/07/19 01:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The rocket carrying a satellite is believed to have landed in the sea, the first failure in 15 launches.

» European Vega rocket lost minutes after lift-off
11/07/19 01:30 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The rocket carrying a satellite is believed to have landed in the sea, the first failure in 15 launches.

» Brazil pension reform passes first hurdle in Congress
10/07/19 22:20 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Lawmakers back President Bolsonaro's controversial bill but further challenges lie ahead.

» Brazil's Vale ordered to pay compensation for dam disaster
10/07/19 07:17 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
A judge in Brazil rules that the company should compensate affected families and businesses.

» Mexican finance minister quits with critical letter
10/07/19 00:43 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Mexico's Carlos Urzúa said there were discrepancies in economic matters in letter made public on Twitter.

» Arrest warrant issued for Farc ex-rebel Jesús Santrich
10/07/19 00:39 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The former Farc rebel turned lawmaker failed to show up to court on drug smuggling charges.

» Mexico waves goodbye to the Beetle
09/07/19 20:02 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
VW is stopping production of the Beetle, ending 80 years on the road for the iconic car.

» Climate change: How important is the rainforest in limiting global warming?
09/07/19 07:09 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Billions of leaves in the Amazon rainforest take in CO2 – a gas that contributes to global warming.

» Why YouTube users can't stop streaming Latin Pop
09/07/19 06:51 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Music videos by Daddy Yankee, Rosalia and Maluma dominate YouTube's most-watched list for 2019.

» Lionel Messi & Argentina: What next after Copa America red card?
08/07/19 06:16 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
After Lionel Messi endured another unhappy summer with Argentina, Tim Vickery considers whether the captain's international career is at an end.

» Frida Kahlo: Parade celebrates 112 years since her birth
07/07/19 16:15 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
People in Mexico celebrate the artist's birthday with a parade through Kahlo's home neighbourhood.

» What's the state of illegal immigration in US?
06/07/19 20:25 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
For the first time, Mexican immigrants are not the majority population among undocumented residents.

» Venezuela’s trans community fears hormone shortages
04/07/19 20:16 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Venezuelan trans people are being hit by shortages of the medication they need for their transition.

» Thousands turn out to see rare total solar eclipse in Chile
02/07/19 23:27 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
The rare total solar eclipse delighted spectators in Chile, who cheered as the sun darkened.

» Amazon rainforest indigenous people in fight for survival
02/07/19 20:18 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Groups like the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau say the new Brazil president is allowing deforestation in protected areas.

» 'No woman should be locked up in a pen'
02/07/19 03:00 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus toured border detention facilities on Monday.

» Mexico hail storm explained
01/07/19 12:20 from BBC News - Latin America & Caribbean
Hail in Mexico to start July? Ben Rich explains what's behind it.

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