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The 5-year-boy rescued from a raft off Florida is now studying at a military academy in Cuba.
Such a move would likely anger Argentina, which claims sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
China will pay nearly $1 billion to modernize an oil refinery.
Ecuador said it wouldn't mine the crude oil underneath the reserve in exchange for donations.
Chile's Communist party suspects the famous poet was poisoned following the 1973 military coup.
Brazil says the rate of deforestation is at its lowest level in 23 years.
Four Latin American films are in the running for best foreign film at the Utah festival.
Paraguay and Venezuela are the most corrupt, according to Transparency International.
The Venezuelan leader painted a picture for the Argentine president.
Argentina is considering requiring its athletes to wear a logo saying "The Malvinas are Argentine" at the 2012 Olympics.
A nativity scene in a Honduras shopping mall shows a world of violence.
Video: See the work of a Colombian architect who is changing notions of what we can do with bamboo.
Costa Rica identifies with John Lennon's message of peace, said the San Jose mayor.
The owners are protesting the presence of street peddlers in front of their stores.
At least 4 indigenous people have been killed by drug traffickers in a border region since August.
The country's leading gold-producing region wants to shut down a planned gold mine.
Gen. Antonio Bussi was serving life in prison.
The December celebration will last 9 days.
Almost 80 percent of books in Argentina are made abroad.
Costa Rica's new tourism campaign uses a talking sloth to lure visitors to the country.