Brazil anti-corruption crusader backs Bolsonaro 2022 re-election
Argentines head to polls for primary in first Macri, Fernandez showdown
Euronews spoke to speakers of Indigenous languages in Latin America about their languages and how they struggle not to lose them.
Prosecutors to drop rape charges against Neymar
Scores from Mexico, Guatemala detained in Mississippi raids
Club floor collapses in South Korea as athletes dance; two people dead
Puerto Rico governor resigns after weeks of mass protests
Scans show changes to brains of Havana U.S. embassy workers who reported illness
The rise and fall of 'El Chapo,' Mexico's most wanted kingpin
Irish parliament calls on government to thwart EU-Mercosur deal
French ex-president Hollande testified in Brazil fighter jet probe - source
At least 26 dead after fishing boat capsizes off Honduran coast
A new free-trade deal between the European Union and South American countries shows that agreements can be reached and mutually beneficial compromises can be reached, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Saturday.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday a draft trade deal reached between the European Union and the Mercosur group of South American countries was a "good agreement" that met key French demands.
After two decades of negotiations, the EU and South American bloc Mercosur announced they reached a "historic" agreement on a free-trade treaty on Friday.
What's in the historic deal and what are its critics' concerns?
Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews.
Neymar, sponsors suspend some ad campaigns after rape allegation - statement
Residents of one of Sao Paolo's most dangerous neighbourhoods are being offered rooftop yoga classes.
The first auction, set for Sunday, will seek bids for 77 vehicles with a total starting price of around $1.5 million (€1.3 million).
Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says
Angry Venezuelans wait hours for fuel as shortages worsen
Argentine lawmaker wounded, aide killed in 'mafia-style' attack
From Mexico to Argentina, the Odebrecht corruption scandal has rocked Latin America to its core.
"We want people to stop satanizing and discriminating against the LGBT community. We are not sick, we are not an aberration, we are citizens who are here to build a better country."
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen resigns
The Communist government said on Thursday that it was halving the edition size of some weeklies as well as Granma on certain days due to the lack of newsprint, which it imports.