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The city of So Paulo opens this week a original brazilian musical that honors the woman Elis Regina, famous Brazilian singer who made ??her career that was acclaimed throughout the country during the 60s, 70s and 80s.
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Opponents of Venezuela's socialist government marched on Sunday to protest against alleged Cuban interference in the armed forces, with clashes breaking out afterwards in a Caracas square.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet may turn out to be a better president than her predecessor Sebastian PiA era, but many pro-democracy activists in Latin America may well come to miss his recent views on Venezuela, Cuba and other authoritarian regimes.
A disturbing video of Venezuelan opposition leader and elected official Maria Corina Machado being accosted at the airport by pro-Chavez thugs.
" At recent events, many protesters have complained not just about public transport but also about the state of public education and health care services in the country.
For farmers like Angel Escue, Colombia's bid to end half a century of war with Marxist rebels may come at too high a price.
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck northwestern Peru near its border with Ecuador on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
By the end of 2014, the Colombian government will have invested US$2.45 billion in the Vive Digital project.
The Defense of Marriage Act may have met its demise last June but same-sex binational couples living abroad are still waiting for the federal government to recognize their marriages and allow them to return to America.
A man in the South American country of Guyana has being held on suspicion of killing his wife and four of his five children by locking them inside their home and setting it on fire, police said Saturday.
The 42-year-old Latin pop star showed off hit hot body yesterday while lounging around the balcony of his Rio de Janeiro hotel.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro believes that South Florida politicians, like Marco Rubio, are leading the country into an extremist foreign policy against his country.
Some 2,300 kilometres away from Rio de Janeiro, a murga named Colour and Joy gathered at the foot of a replica of Rio's Christ the Redeemer statue in the Cordoban town of Bouwer.
This simulated view shows how a glory would appear on Venus versus Earth . Credit: C. Wilson/P.
THICK clouds of teargas hung in the air over the north gate of the Central University in Caracas on March 12th.
For Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia's president, congressional elections on March 9th were an important signal that "the overwhelming majority of Colombians want peace."