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10:29, 19 November 2017 Sunday
Satellite signals offer hope in hunt for missing Argentine sub

There has been no contact with the ARA San Juan since early Wednesday, prompting Buenos Aires to launch an air and sea search with help from countries including Brazil, Britain, Chile, Uruguay and the United States.

13:30, 18 November 2017 Saturday
Venezuelan former mayor Ledezma flees to Colombia

Opposition leader, former Caracas mayor escapes house arrest

09:47, 18 November 2017 Saturday
Voter turnout biggest fear in Chilean elections

New voter law prohibited political publicity, lowered campaign spending, created new scenario for Sunday's vote.

17:07, 12 November 2017 Sunday
Venezuela's misery could worsen with debt default

Faneitte, 56, lives on the 18th story of a decrepit building in downtown Caracas. In her fridge there is only water. Meat is a luxury of the past because of inflation that the IMF projects will hit 2,300 percent in 2018.

03:06, 10 November 2017 Friday
Argentine prosecutor says colleague was murdered

Eduardo Taiano believes assistant was complicit in murder of Alberto Nisman, who was probing alleged government cover-up

15:08, 09 November 2017 Thursday
US tightens restrictions on travel to Cuba

'We have strengthened our Cuba policies to channel economic activity away from the Cuban military,' Treasury Dept. says  

10:08, 09 November 2017 Thursday
Venezuelan new law punishes hate crimes

Political parties that fail to meet the terms outlined in the law will have their inscription suspended

10:20, 02 November 2017 Thursday
FARC s Timochenko to run for Colombia presidency

This is the political party which has emerged, replacing the FARC guerrilla groups since they have disarmed and are preparing to reintegrate into Colombian society,  

01:01, 02 November 2017 Thursday
Colombia to bomb FARC dissident groups

Authorities receive court approval that protects military personnel in operation

02:16, 15 October 2017 Sunday
Venezuelans voting with their feet before Sunday's poll

In a Caracas bus terminal, Jesus Ravelo and his wife Haydee jostled in the throng to say farewell to their son Josue, following in the footsteps of his elder brother who left a week ago.

11:47, 14 October 2017 Saturday
Venezuela Supreme Court to operate in exile

Lawmaker says move sets precedent but doubts Maduro will implement decisions

15:17, 08 October 2017 Sunday
Brazil's south holds Catalan-inspired independence poll

Organizers of the poll say the desire to be free from the rule of the corruption-riddled government in Brasilia is strong and genuine.

17:21, 07 October 2017 Saturday
Venezuela invites Turkish investors

Turkey and Venezuela signed agreements in various sectors, Venezuelan president says

15:32, 07 October 2017 Saturday
Deadly Hurricane Nate bears down on Mexico US

New Orleans, which was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, leaving hundreds dead, and other cities on the US Gulf coast were under a hurricane warning.

04:17, 07 October 2017 Saturday
UN approves resolution to verify Colombia cease-fire

Motion unanimously passes Security Council  

11:22, 04 October 2017 Wednesday
A dissident FARC leader says 'war goes on'

Going by the name Aldemar, the 32-year-old is one of several dissident guerrilla leaders who rejected a December peace deal that saw FARC rebels disarm after a half-century of war against the state.

03:13, 02 October 2017 Monday
Colombia ELN cease-fire takes effect

Both groups, UN, Catholic Church to monitor bilateral truce

15:33, 01 October 2017 Sunday
Colombia's last rebel group begins truce

The initial ceasefire between the National Liberation Army rebels and government forces, which began at midnight Saturday, is set to extend until January 9.

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