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Brazil could lose areas of forest equal to the size of Germany, Italy and Austria, warns conservation group.
Cars would only be allowed into parts of Buenos Aires depending on whether their license plate is an even or odd number.
The goal is to prevent auto theft, piracy of asphalt, drug trafficking and human trafficking.
Cab drivers, bikers, doctors and government employees all protested publicly Tuesday in the Central American country.
Emphasizes expansion of economy, downplays rising prices.
More Chileans are now choosing running and biking over soccer.
The government-owned airline Aerolineas Argentinas is facing a period of austerity.
The country is predicting a good year for its important export, but wheat production is expected to fall.
A vibrant tradition of street art has become a bona-fide movement
The hamburger chain will open its first store in Buenos Aires in the coming weeks.
Argentina's reserves have fallen $768 million in the last 8 days after a wave of dollar withdrawals.
Francisco Antonio Lopes Bomfim controlled one of Rio's largest favelas.
The state-owned company would focus on high-cost projects such as solar power and ethanol.
The invite-only bar was opened by the Cuban Interests Section to honor Ernest Hemingway.
Bolivians bring skulls to cemeteries to ward off evil and encourage good luck.
How important are the ties between Brazil and Africa?
What does it take to win an off-road endurance race?
Cars, motorbikes, trucks and quads race across Argentina, Chile and Peru in the grueling off-road endurance race.
The "Evita" lager beer honors Eva Peron, an icon of the Argentine workers movement.
Argentina's biggest oil and natural gas company said it found nearly a billion barrels of shale oil in Patagonia.