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Costa Rica is pulling out all the stops to attract American and Canadian tourists to the Central American country.
South American teams hit the field today to compete for a spot at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
There were no immediate reports of serious injuries from the 6.2-magnitude quake.
Check out Latin America's submissions for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Academy Awards.
Trade between China and Peru is expected to exceed $13 billion this year.
The Vila Autodromo favela has become a symbol of the resistance against forced relocations to make room for the Olympics and World Cup.
New tool lets scientists explore some of the darkest, coldest and farthest parts of space.
A Chilean car won Latin America's first solar car race.
High up in the Chilean Andes, the world's most sophisticated observatory opened today.
At least 212 Amazonian activists have been murdered since 1996.
It hasn't been a good year for Chile's avocado crop.
Filmmaker Peter Torbiornsson was a victim of the bombing. "Last Chapter: Goodbye Nicaragua" is his attempt to put to rest what happened.
The seized cocaine was valued at $27 million and was disguised within gel packs used for easing muscle aches.
A couple has asked for a "dignified death" for their 2-year-old daughter who has been in a vegetative state since birth.
Retired generals say Argentina, with China, could reclaim the Falkland Islands.
Argentina's first elected female president looks set to win a second term
Buenos Aires considers banning men who clean the windshields of stopped cars.
Underinvestment has made the Chilean energy grid susceptible to frequent glitches.
30 teams from 7 countries will go head to head in a race across Chile's Atacama Desert.
Chile wants to get in on the world market for truffles.