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Hugo Chavez likens himself to modern-day Bolivar, who dreamed of a united Latin America.
Most activities at Carmen Pampa are practical: Students raise pigs not far from a computer lab.
Anger over "politicized" aid is forcing the U.S. to negotiate terms under which countries will accept U.S. donations.
As survivors are pulled from Haiti's rubble, a look at the fate of the newborns saved after Mexico City's 1985 earthquake.
The resurgence of the Shining Path has brought pickup trucks and three-story glass houses to the Ayacucho region.
Will Morales turn to the professional and middle classes for badly needed technical expertise?
This lovely old pearl of a city has restored, renovated and cleaned up its historic downtown.
Mexico is restoring the murals of Diego Rivera — admirer of Lenin, friend of Trotsky and lover of Frida Kahlo.
A sister-city relationship between a Mexican town and an Oregonian one has led to 79 marriages.
Bolivia’s Tarija region produces great wines — it's just hard to find them outside the country.
Daniel Ortega is back in power, but many criticize his rule.