Cristina Fernández, Ex-Argentine President Fernandez charged with money laundering: media
Mauricio Macri, Panama Papers: Argentina President Macri to go before judge
Protesters Reach Accord, Lift Blockade on Main Bolivia Highway
Brazilian President Rousseff’s Campaign Was Financed with Bribes. Construction Company Executive Reveals Information in Exchange for Reduced Sentence
Brazilian Public Favors New Presidential Election.Poll finds support for new vote if Dilma Rousseff, Michel Temer leave office
As Graft Cases in Chile Multiply, a ‘Gag Law’ Angers Journalists. A new law would punish anyone who makes public information about current judicial investigations with up to 541 days in prison.
Missing in Chile: What happened to Boris Weisfeiler?
Photos: Colombia’s “lost city of marijuana”
“Bring out your dead”? Fidel Castro makes first public appearance in almost a year after lambasting US President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba
-Former Cuban president, 89, makes first public appearance since JulyFidel Castro handed over power to his brother, Raul, in 2008
-Castro survived several assassination attempts by the US over the years
-He recently criticised Obama’s visit to the US and overtures by Americans
Video of Cuban Rafters Reaching US Soil Goes Viral.Viewers See What It’s Like To Flee Castro’s Cuba Successfully
Panama papers: Mossack Fonseca offices in El Salvador raided
The Argentines are childish stalkers who menace us Falkland Islanders
“Say hello to my leeddle fren”
Secrets of El Chapo’s money laundering scheme revealed: How brokers used nicknames like ‘Tony Montana’ to funnel US cocaine dollars back to cartels in Mexico and Colombia using sophisticated ‘layering’ technique.
-A joint investigation between Miami-Dade authorities and federal investigators led to 22 suspects being charged in money laundering ring.
-The illicit operation involved $1 million a month in drug moneySuspects have links to Colombian cartels and El Chapo’s drug gang.
-Scheme is ‘very sophisticated,’ a federal investigator told Daily Mail Online
GRAPHIC: Mexican Border State Cop Arrested as Hitman for Los Zetas Cartel
Aurelio Nuño Mayer, A young political star in Mexico takes on a major battle: Fixing the nation’s schools. Mexico’s woeful educational system is holding back a growing economy, officials say.
How Panama ended up in the middle of a financial scandal. Panamanians were riding high, with hopes of a financial boon. Then two reporters got ahold of the Panama Papers.
British PM Cameron makes historic move over Panama Papers
Three dead in attack ahead of Peru election.Suspected leftist rebels in Peru have killed three people in an attack ahead of Sunday’s presidential election
Peru Presidential Candidate Keiko Fujimori Faces Father’s Dual Legacy.Front-runner in Sunday’s vote embraces his law-and-order record while rejecting his authoritarian excesses
Peru election: Keiko Fujimori wins first round, early results say
Puerto Rico governor declares bank emergency
Uruguay: at least two years needed to sort out troubled economy — Astori
The debt to GDP ratio is close to 70% and is still expected to increase, according to some independent Uruguayan economists. Meanwhile, the sharp depreciation of the peso on the foreign exchange market — over 60% compared to the dollar in the past three years — has fuelled inflation, which ended 2015 at 10.5%.
Venezuela arrests Interpol detective over cocaine haul. Interpol’s chief detective in Venezuela has been arrested over allegations he was involved in shipping 349kg (770lb) of cocaine to the Dominican Republic.
How Nicolás Maduro’s Spy Network Silences the Opposition.Venezuelan Government Taps Phones to Keep Opposition in Check
Un exgeneral del grupo golpista de Chávez como posible sucesor de Maduro, (De peor en mal o al revés) https://t.co/lfJycREIa7
— Álvaro Uribe Vélez (@AlvaroUribeVel) April 10, 2016