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One of the world's biggest beef-eating nations is suddenly eating less beef.
Watch one of the more unusual campaign ads from Argentina's elections, featuring the Addams family, the Argentine president and Hugo Chavez.
The EU says that emerging economies are imposing barriers to international trade.
The government fined opposition channel Globovision $2.1 million for inciting unrest with its coverage.
The Brazilian media questions her use of historical figures and her appeals to sentamentalism.
What happens when Street View goes into villages so remote that the people have never heard of Google?
114 families will live in homes outfitted with solar panels.
The soccer players are mentioned as two of the best ever, but Messi said he's never seen Pele play.
The military blamed the student protest movement for reducing the number of volunteers.
Almost all flights out of Buenos Aires were canceled or delayed.
The global crisis hovers over Latin America, threatens Argentina
The clothing retailers opens its first South American store in Chile tomorrow.
The strike began in June, and the women said they wouldn't have sex until the road to their town was paved.
It's been a year since the 33 miners were pulled from underground, but they say it hasn't been easy. Only a handful have steady jobs.
The statue has become a world famous symbol of the Brazilian city.
A new book offers a different take on why the war was fought and when it was planned.
Discovery could suggest that whales evolved more quickly into totally aquatic creatures than previously thought.
Telecom Argentina will offer access to 2,500 movies, TV shows and adult films for $11.90 per month.
Capital flight out of Argentina could exceed $22 billion this year.
The cable cars are the trademark of a city whose residents are fiercely proud of its bay vistas and faded grandeur.