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Still, most people in Latin America aren't fans of Iran leader Ahmadinejad.
After a student protest for improved education, an attempt to revise the past
The American convicted of terrorism in Peru led officials to tighten laws
Drug traffickers and corrupt officials were responsible for most of the murders
The famous group of grieving mothers may have misappropriated government funds.
The Argentina president underwent surgery for recently diagnosed cancer
Indigenous judges elected as Morales tries again to be the people's president
An old story of heroism comes under new scrutiny for human-rights violations
One man was killed. The economic cost is still being counted.
Ayahuasca's a hallucinogen in a cup. Bring good karma, and drink at your own risk.
Record prices for gold this year have pushed new speculators into the mining business
The government must choose between locals' water source or major gold profits.
When OWS began in Chile, a homegrown movement had already taken off.
It's the latest attempt by a Latin American nation to address past government crimes.
Critics say the sporting establishment pays thugs to get rough for ratings.
Once allies, the two have clashed over environmental concerns.
Peru's new government changes its drug-fighting tactics