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22:11, 28 August 2015 Friday
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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.

09:37, 17 August 2015 Monday
Huge protests in Brazil call for Rousseff's impeachment

Anti-government protests in more than 150 major cities call for end to corruption

11:01, 15 August 2015 Saturday
Brazilian indigenous leaders march for land and rights

Sao Paulo protest comes as congress considers taking power over native people's lands

11:19, 10 August 2015 Monday
Scioli leading election vote in Argentina

Voters in Argentina are to take part in open primaries for presidential candidates to replace Cristina Fernandez.

19:10, 31 July 2015 Friday
Clinton urges U S Congress to end Cuban embargo

Clinton's call to end the US embargo on Cuba makes her fall in line with US President Barack Obama.

10:08, 29 July 2015 Wednesday
Offshore oil in Guyana reignites Venezuela border dispute

Offshore oil discovery by Exxon Mobil Corp which could be a major boost to Guyana has reignited a border dispute with Venezuela.

17:10, 28 July 2015 Tuesday
Brazil drones to fight slave labour in rural areas

The use of drones comes at a time when a regular publication of a blacklist of companies using slave labour has been halted.

12:14, 18 July 2015 Saturday
Mexico s oil winners backed by New York financiers

Mexico earlier this week auctioned two of 14 blocks in a crucial oil and gas tender. The two winners are backed by New York financiers.    

10:48, 17 July 2015 Friday
Brazil opens inquiry against ex-President Lula

Brazil's corruption-fueled political crisis ramped up Thursday when prosecutors announced a probe into possible influence peddling by former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

16:03, 12 July 2015 Sunday
Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman escapes

Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman escaped from a maximum security prison through a 1.5km tunnel that led to a building outside the prison

15:30, 10 July 2015 Friday
Turkish ministry opens prayer hall for Cuban muslims

The Turkish Ministry for Religious Affairs has opened a prayer hall for Cuban muslims while the construction of the mosque is being completed.

17:30, 09 July 2015 Thursday
Ramadan in Panama a display of solidarity

The rate of Muslims converting to Panama is growing rapidly, with Panama being the city with the largest Muslim population in Central America.

16:30, 08 July 2015 Wednesday
Colombian rebels to call unilateral cease-fire

Colombian rebels have called for a ceasefire which can hopefully provide a boost to peace talks

16:54, 07 July 2015 Tuesday
Venezuela to allow Uruguay to pay off 400 mln debt

Uruguay settles $400 mln Venezuela oil debt at 35 pct discount

11:51, 07 July 2015 Tuesday
Venezuela recalls ambassador to Guyana

Venezuela recalls ambassador to Guyana for consultations amid an escalating row over oil exploration in a disputed offshore territory.

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