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But will it really make that much of a difference in the war on drugs?
The new FIFA game gives Lionel Messi a higher ability level for Barcelona than for Argentina — reflecting real concerns over how the star performs for his national team.
The perilous mountain crossings between Chile and Argentina hamper trade between neighbors.
There's a whole wide world of odd, offensive or just plain ugly statues.
Vampire bats are currently found only in Latin America, where they are the leading cause of rabies.
A flight over the tribe's lands fails to locate any tribe members, while huts and crops remain untouched.
A voracious snail is spreading in Argentina and Uruguay, threatening native fish and clams.
Brazilian drug dealers are using Amy Winehouse's image and a Peruvian man comes up with a creative way to smuggle cocaine.
The tribe seems to be missing or dead after drug traffickers from Peru allegedly overran their land.
Catalonia outlawed the sport, Peru might consider it. But there are plenty of voices of support still out there.
The Mexican government is using cartoon characters and police dramas to win over public opinion.
Women in a rural Colombia said they wouldn't have sex until a road that connects their town to the rest of the country was paved.
Interactive explanations of turf wars, cocaine smuggling and the global underworld.
Bolivia will purchase and dispose of almost 10,000 acres of coca to prevent the leaves from being turned into cocaine.
The re-election of Buenos Aires' mayor could mean greater clarity on Argentina's real inflation numbers.
The first fictional show on public TV to deal with human rights abuses under Pinochet debuted to high ratings.
It's no laughing matter when your team loses at an international soccer tournament.
Paraguay took down Brazil. Uruguay knocked out Argentina. Now they meet in the Copa America final.
Police seize drugs and round up addicts in one of Rio's largest slums.
The Knights Templar have been blamed for murder and drug trafficking, but they pledge to always "protect the oppressed, the widow and the orphan."