The Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean
Argentina’s president rocked by biggest protest for a decade
Argentines flood the streets to protest against President Cristina Fernandez
Brandishing banners and banging on pots and pans, thousands of Argentines take to streets of Buenos Aires to protest against President Cristina Fernandez.
Argentina Puts Pressure on Media Firm
Argentina: Chevron’s Assets Are Frozen
Tango Therapy: A Fun, New Way to Treat Parkinson’s Disease
This is what can happen when you are the most interesting man in the world
Brazil in Africa
A new Atlantic alliance
Brazilian companies are heading for Africa, laden with capital and expertise
Brazil: 13 new deaths in Sao Paulo’s gang battle
More than 90 police officers have been killed this year in the city
At least 13 people have died in fresh violence between police and a gang in Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paulo
Cayman allows boat with Cuban migrants to continue to Honduras
Colombia President Interrupts Speech for Phone Call from Obama
Cuban dissidents detained; Yoani Sánchez released
A group of political dissidents were detained near a Havana police station. Among them: blogger Yoani Sánchez, who was later released.
Whose Brain Is It?
Yaremis Flores, Cuban Political Prisoner of the Week, 11/11/12
Guatemala Suffers a Major Quake
Jamaica approves laws to allow for casino gambling
The Real Victims of Mexico’s Drug War
Not all who die at the hands of the cartels are criminals—and not all who work for them do so willingly.
Mexico moves away from secret military tribunals
Mexico to reconsider joint policies with U.S. amid new state marijuana laws
Organised crime in Mexico
The stakes of marijuana legalisation
Could Mexico’s bandits find themselves undercut by “El Cártel de Seattle”?
Potrerillos Neighborhood Watch Criminal Actively Report: November 7, 2012
Obama gets endorsement from self-described Peruvian medicine men
Mayor and mafias
A referendum too far
Peruvian Ambassador Resigns After Meeting with Rebel Supporters
Puerto Rico’s vote for US statehood signals dissatisfaction with status quo
The pro-statehood plebiscite is unlikely to bear fruit, but it does express Puerto Ricans’ anger at being second-class Americans
Lying As A Way Of Life In The Chavez Revolution
Miss Venezuela Playboy Bunny Held in Drug Lord Case
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