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16:24, 23 September 2015 Wednesday
Colombia's Santos to visit peace talks

Santos said on Tuesday that a deal on justice will not please everyone, but that it will be positive in the long-term.

11:25, 21 September 2015 Monday
Brazil denounces Israeli envoy appointment

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff as well as left wing activists have denounced the appointment of the new Israeli ambassador, Dani Dayan, a former activist for promotion of settlements in the West Bank.

11:01, 21 September 2015 Monday
Thousands left homeless by giant Chile quake

More than 9,000 people have been left homeless by September 16 earthquake.í

09:47, 18 September 2015 Friday
Cuba appoints first ambassador to US in 54 yrs

President Barack Obama welcomed José Ramón Cabañas, who has been officially named as Cuba's ambassador in the U.S. for the first time in over 54 years

09:07, 11 September 2015 Friday
Brazil's Rousseff pressured to loosen austerity

After months of trying to shore up Brazil's public finances, President Dilma Rousseff faces political and business pressure to ease up on austerity measures.

11:16, 09 September 2015 Wednesday
Guatemalan ex-president to await trial in jail

Otto Pérez Molina has been sent to prison as Guatemala awaits final election results

09:28, 08 September 2015 Tuesday
Latin American nations offer to take in Syria refugees

Several South American countries ready to open their doors to people fleeing war in Syria

09:27, 02 September 2015 Wednesday
Guatemalan Congress strips president of immunity

President Otto Perez Molina is at the top level in the hierarchy of a criminal network that defrauded the state of an estimated $120 million in customs revenue.

09:10, 01 September 2015 Tuesday
UN envoy warns Colombia-Venezuela row threatens peace talks

Tensions over border crisis between Colombia and Venezuela that have left three soldiers and thousands of Colombians expelled from Venezuela have threatened peace talks.

09:04, 01 September 2015 Tuesday
Colombia s intelligence systems operating outside law

'This report shows that there are still practices to expose, systems to reveal, and questions to be answered,' says privacy watchdog

09:12, 25 August 2015 Tuesday
Brazil government to axe ministries in austerity drive

As part of austerity reforms the government is to cut 10 of Brazil's 39 ministries in drive to cut costs and improve efficiency

09:27, 24 August 2015 Monday
Mexico expects agreement on arms trade treaty

An agreemtn on the financial regime for the states parties to the arms trade treaty is to be agreed upon during the first conference.

11:29, 22 August 2015 Saturday
Call made to impeach corrupt Guatemalan president

Guatemala’s public prosecutor’s office accuses Guatemalan President Molina and his ex vice president Baldetti of being involved in a corruption scandal

09:44, 22 August 2015 Saturday
Venezuela closes Colombia border indefinitely

Regional officials said three soldiers and a civilian were wounded in the attack that took place in Tachira state. One soldier was seriously hurt.

09:27, 21 August 2015 Friday
Ecuador indigenous protesters release soldiers

The soldiers were "detained by community members" in the province of Tungurahua, where indigenous Ecuadorans have been protesting against the government for the past week-

09:08, 21 August 2015 Friday
Colombian rebels prolong cease-fire 'indefinitely'

FARC guerrillas announce extension of their cease-fire amid accusations government continues to bomb their positions

09:13, 19 August 2015 Wednesday
Colombia rebels may extend unilateral ceasefire

Colombia rebels have said that a ceasefire will be honored as long as the government ceased air raids on their bases

09:15, 18 August 2015 Tuesday
U S graft probes may cost Petrobras record 1 6

Petrobras will be penalised with a record amount of at least $1.6 bn to settle the corruption scandal surrounding the bid rigging.

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