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Some call it 'theft,' but Argentina's president enjoys broad support for her move to take over Repsol's YPF, the country's biggest foreign oil company.
Analysis: Cuba policy costs Obama at the Summit of the Americas, and leaves future meetings in doubt.
Obama would like to keep the focus on trade and democracy. But Latin American leaders want to slam Washington's drug war and its Cuba embargo.
It’s not the anti-Yankee leftist lot. Conservative US allies are mulling a legal, regulated narcotics trade.
Will Felipe Calderon strike a nerve in Havana on human rights?
But Castro so far refuses to let American prisoner Alan Gross visit his dying mom.
Pope Benedict XVI: “Cuba and the world need change.”
What Cubans want from the pope's visit.
US ally Colombia says Cuba's not invited to next month's Americas summit. But Cuba's friends might not go either.
Living on tacos, rice and beans, the 'guerrillero' ducked the police, met Che Guevara and geared up for their Cuban Revolution.
Dilma Rousseff meets with Castros in Havana, eschews dissidents
Papal visit seen as support for Catholic church as a change-agent in Cuba
President Laura Chinchilla on the drug-cartel threat to Central America's “pura vida” state.
In calls for more “citizenship” and “participation,” a gentle push for political reform.
In Honduras, spillover from Mexico's drug war has forced up the murder rate.
The Israelis and the Palestinians did it. Why can't the US and Cuba?
Cartels meet little resistance in this laid-back nation
Activists defy Castro government, but few follow.
The US is watching closely as Cuba prepares to exploit deep-water reserves.
Cubans will be allowed to buy and sell homes for the first time in 50 years.