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15:36, 05 December 2016 Monday
Latin America

10:43, 03 December 2016 Saturday
Slain Honduran activist gets top UN prize

The award was among six given by the UN agency's executive director Erik Solheim at the world body's conference on biodiversity in Cancun, Mexico.

09:51, 03 December 2016 Saturday
3 candidates challenge Haiti presidential election

Preliminary results in rerun of last year’s vote give Jovenel Moise victory with 58 percent of votes, electoral body says

05:00, 03 December 2016 Saturday
One dead 17 hurt in Peru earthquake

"Authorities in the district of Ocuviri have confirmed the death of a minor and 17 injured who are now being assisted by medics," the National Civil Defense Institute (INDECI) said on Twitter after Thursday's quake.

10:17, 02 December 2016 Friday
Right-wing join hands to suspend Venezuela from trade bloc

Right-wing forces joined to suspend the socialist country from running the regional trade bloc without any evidence of wrongdoing.

20:44, 01 December 2016 Thursday
Mexico's central bank chief resigns amid Trump turmoil

Analysts describe Carstens as a steady and experienced hand at the tiller amid a period of volatility for Latin America's second-largest economy.

09:17, 01 December 2016 Thursday
Colombia ratifies peace deal with FARC

Guerrillas set to demobilize in designated areas

21:42, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
Fuel electrical issues eyed in Colombia plane crash

Co-pilot of commercial airline near doomed plane sheds light on moments before deadly crash

10:28, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
Foreign companies get access to Brazil's deep water oil fields

Petrobras, which is reeling from a multibillion-dollar corruption scandal and depressed oil prices, had also been required to hold a 30 percent minimum equity in each of the fields' blocks.

10:12, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
Cubans hold mass rally for late leader Fidel Castro

Thousands in Cuba gathered at a rally on Tuesday to commemorate Fidel Castro, offering eulogies to the man who built a Communist state on the doorstep of the United States.

08:58, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
Brazilian Senate approves austerity after violent protests

Police used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse a crowd they estimated at 10,000 demonstrators, which converged on Congress on the ministry-lined central esplanade of Brasilia.

14:50, 29 November 2016 Tuesday
UN suspends job of ex-Peru first lady

The UN agency, which is headquartered in Rome, said it had informed the Peruvian government of its decision on Monday.

10:46, 29 November 2016 Tuesday
Plane carrying more than 80 crashes in Columbia

There are a number of survivors but no reported deaths in a plane crash in Colombia

07:35, 29 November 2016 Tuesday
Moise wins Haiti presidential vote in first round early results

Nearly 6.2 million people were eligible to vote in the Western Hemisphere's poorest country, parts of which are still struggling to recover from a devastating hurricane.

07:09, 29 November 2016 Tuesday
Renegotiating NAFTA would harm US Mexico warns

Deal created complex ‘value chains’ that are not easily broken on both sides, Finance Minister Meade says

02:02, 28 November 2016 Monday
Cuban dissidents lie low after Castro's death

The Ladies in White movement decided to stay home "out of respect" for those who mourn Castro and to avoid being accused of committing any act of "provocation in the streets," said the group's leader, Berta Soler.

18:03, 27 November 2016 Sunday
Brazil's president vows to veto corruption amnesty

President Michel Temer said on Sunday that he and leaders of Brazil's Congress will not allow an amnesty sought by some lawmakers to avoid prosecution for receiving graft money.

11:07, 27 November 2016 Sunday
Iran's Rouhani salutes 'relentless warrior' Castro

Iran's president has paid homage to Cuban leader Fidel Castro who passed away on Friday

17:19, 25 November 2016 Friday
Hurricane kills 3 in Costa Rica

Two people died in Bagaces, a town north of the capital San Jose, and another in Upala on the border with Nicaragua, police told national television networks.

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