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Crossing into Colombia
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans streamed across the border from the town of San Antonio del Tachira into Cucuta, Colombia on Sunday (17 July) to stock up on food, home goods and medicine that are in
Lights come on again in Venezuela but the country's economic problems remain
The lights are set to come back on in Venezuela.
Celebratory scenes on the streets of Bogota
The signing of the historic ceasefire deal between so-called FARC rebels and the Colombian government marks one of the final steps towards a full peace deal in the…
Hopes for peace as Colombia signs historic ceasefire deal
Colombia’s president and the leader of its largest rebel army, the FARC have signed an historic ceasefire deal in the Cuban capital Havana.
Venezuela: euronews investigates "erased signatures" on referendum petition
Critics of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have accused the country’s National Electoral Council (CNE) of seeking to stall the process of instigating a recall…
US and Venezuela to hold high-level talks
Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro demonstrated in Caracas on Tuesday to defend their champion and reject calls for a referendum that could force the chosen heir of the late socialist f
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Henrique Capriles, the leader of Venezuela's opposition, talks to Euronews
"Chavez made the fight against poverty his main aim. 17 years later, it is worse. There are more poor people than ever before."
Brazil: boom to bust story continues as GDP shrinks again
Brazil's economy shrank for the fifth straight quarter between January and March. Agriculture, industry and services all declined amid a political crisis and sweeping bribery scandal.
WHO confirms first case in Africa of Brazilian-strain of Zika
The Brazilian strain of the Zika virus has been found for the first time in Africa.
Jacques Wagner, a former government minister in Brazil is confident Dilma Rousseff can return to power
Brazil is experiencing an unprecedented moment in its history with the removal of the elected President Dilma Rousseff.
Venezuela president threatens to seize factories as opposition pushes for referendum
Venezuela's president threatens to seize factories amid the ongoing crisis as the opposition warns the country is a time bomb waiting to explode.
Venezuela president declares 60-day state of emergency
Venezuela’s president has announced a 60-day state of emergency, blaming the economic woes in his country on US efforts to topple his leftist
Panama babies born with microcephaly linked to Zika
The health ministry in Panama has confirmed the birth of four babies with microcephaly.
Latin American cabbies step up protests over Uber
Taxi drivers in Argentina have been out protesting again over competitor Uber Technologies for defying a ban and continuing to operate in the
Circus lions rescued in South America arrive in new African home
More than 30 lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia have been flown back Africa to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary
Bonds are back for Argentina
Argentina is back selling government bonds for the first time in 15 years having settled a long-running legal battle with investors after it defaulted on its debts in 2001.
Brazilian committee recommends Rousseff impeachment
Committee recommends Rousseff impeachment Ex-president, Lula da Silva says it’s coup Vice-president releases audio tape in major gaffe
Ebola outbreak no longer poses global health risk - WHO
The West African Ebola outbreak no longer constitutes a major risk to international public health, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced on
Evidence mounts of link between Zika and underdeveloped brains in babies
Further evidence has come to light linking the mosquito-borne Zika virus to the the birth defect known as microcephally, whereby babies are born with
Brazilian judge frees Vice President of Facebook in Latin America
Argentinian Diego Dzodan was arrested for refusing to hand over to the police information about a user of the message service WhatsApp