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Bolivian women protest against gender-based violence
Thousands of women took to the streets of the Bolivian capital La Paz on Sunday to take part in a run and demonstration against gender-based violence.
Watch: Costume-clad paragliders descend over the Andes
The "Bumblebee" character from the franchise "Transformers" and the flying house from the Pixar produced film "Up" were among the costumes in the skies.
Guatemala: A step back in time to Maya civilisation
You can leave the hustle and bustle of 21st century city life behind by following in the footsteps of the ancient Maya world
At least 10 people dead in Nicaragua protests
At least 10 people have died in Nicaragua during protests against controversial reform to the pension plans
Venezuela's Maduro not welcome at key Americas summit
Venezuela's president is criticised by neighbouring nations for his handling of the country's economic and political crisis.
EU slaps sanctions on seven Venezuelan officials
Restrictions including travel bans and asset freezes have been issued as the country’s political and economic situation continues to crumble.
Pope Francis visits flood-hit people of Northern Peru
Thousands in Trujillo are still living in tents after El Nino-related floods destroyed thousands of homes and left many families homeless.
Peruvians protest pardon for former president
Thousands of Peruvians have protested against the pardon given by the president to former authoritarian president Fujimori, saying it amounts to treason
Honduras opposition calls for election recount or run-off
The opposition in Honduras has called for a run-off to be held if a full recount of votes in the disputed presidential elections is not held.
Bolivians pay homage to family skulls
Annual tradition sees relics of relatives receive offerings.
Body of humpback whale found on beach in Rio
The body of a Humpback whale that was saved over the weekend has turns up dead on a beach in Rio de Janeiro
New species discovered in Amazon
Researchers have discovered 381 new species in the Amazon.
Maduro to use Interpol to pursue Ortega
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro seeks cross-border arrest of his fugitive ex-attorney general, Luisa Ortega
Brazil's Temer faces crucial vote in Congress
Brazilian president faces crucial ballot in parliament on whether he should stand trial on corruption charges
Britain eyes trade deal with Brazil
Britain is looking to deepen trade link post-brexit including with Brazil
Former Latin-American Presidents in Venezuela to observe 'unofficial' referendum
A handful of former Latin American presidents arrived in Venezuela on Saturday (July 15) in anticipation of observing an opposition-organized
Brazilian President Michel Temer acquitted of illegal campaign funding
A close vote in Brazil's Superior Electoral Court finds Temer not guilty of receiving illegal campaign funds during 2014 presidential election
Deadly dengue epidemic declared in region of Peru
The World Health Organisation has declared a dengue epidemic in Peru's northwestern region of Piura after the local death toll reached 19.
Venezuela to quit Organisation of American States as protests continue
Security forces clashed with opposition protesters for another day, as the death toll from the anti-government unrest reaches at least 29.
360° video: Food security programmes to reduce displacement in rural areas
In Colombia, the UN is trying to help rural communities whose food security has been challenged by the government’s attempt to curb coca production through land-fumigation.
Colombian landslide death toll rises to 290
As the death toll rises, rescue workers are rushing to bury identified bodies in the town of Macoa as soon as possible, to stop the spread of infection.
Colombia: Damage and despair in mudslide-hit Mocoa
Funerals are taking place for some of the 273 victims of Saturday's disaster in the southern town.
Dakar Rally returns to Peru for 2018 edition
Peru will return to the Dakar Rally schedule for the 40th edition of the race next year.
Colombia: Providing aid after FARC peace deal
The ‘La Havana’ peace deal signed last August between Colombia and the main rebel group, FARC, started the process to put an end to a 52 year armed conflict.
Explained: The bribery scandal engulfing Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht and Latin American governments
A multi-million euro bribery scandal involving Brazil’s largest engineering company is spreading through South America.
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Moreno hopes Correa's legacy will carry him to victory in Ecuador
Ecuador's ruling Socialists are hoping Lenin Moreno will be able to carry forward the Correa legacy as the country votes for a new president on Sunday.