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Take a guess at Latin America's most popular social networks.
Private estimates of inflation are more than twice as high as the government's numbers.
Falklands Sea or Malvinas Sea? Choose wisely.
The operation is an effort to crack down on drugs entering the country from Paraguay and other southern neighbors.
The current president is the goddess of eloquence. A former leader is the Sun King.
Flights to the Argentine tourist destination were halted for weeks after a volcano erupted in Chile.
Argentina defaulted on its debt and lived to tell about it. But at what cost?
The number of children in Latin America and the Caribbean who die before they turn 5 declined 60 percent over the last two decades.
The US has expanded its drug-trafficking watch list. See which countries are falling short in the war on drugs.
As Brazil's sugar production costs go up, so does the worldwide cost of sugar.
Police are still investigating the cause of Tuesday's crash, in which 11 were killed and more than 200 injured.
As the Dalai Lama makes his way across Latin America, China does its best to impede him.
Coca growers have been blocking a major road since Sunday to protest the government's efforts to eradicate coca.
A solar-powered stadium is in the works for Brazil's World Cup.
Police say the bus driver may have ignored a stop sign before crossing railroad tracks.
An Argentine species of yeast was key to the creation of German lager beer 500 years ago.
New images suggest Brazilian ranching companies are destroying Paraguayan forests to clear land for cattle grazing.
With the former first lady out of the picture, ex-general Otto Perez holds a commanding lead.
Tango has experienced a rebirth among young Argentines in the last decade.
The largest amount of money went to South America, and specifically Brazil, mostly for natural resources.