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Sometimes, abandonment is the only way to ensure they are fed... [Read More]
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Poverty and hunger are soaring as Venezuela's economic crisis leaves stores empty of food, medicine, diapers and baby formula. Some parents, no longer able to... [Read More]
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"Fidelito," who studied nuclear physics in the Soviet Union, was suffering from depression, state media reports. [Read More]
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They called him "Fidelito" - little Fidel - partly because he was the spitting image of his father, Fidel Castro, the late Cuban revolutionary. But... [Read More]
"Just like what happened with American president Richard Nixon in the Watergate case . . . we now see [that] the law is for everyone,"... [Read More]
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For the former leader, the ruling poses potentially career-ending obstacles. [Read More]
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The ruling in the appeal by Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva could set the course of this year's presidential race in a national battered by... [Read More]
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Somewhere between the courses of high-altitude lake algae and cooked Peruvian clay came a bowl of frozen piranha heads, their jaws open and razor-sharp teeth... [Read More]
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Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva is still leading in the polls but faces a host of corruption charges. [Read More]
The economy is hit hard by a bribery scandal involving a Brazilian construction firm. [Read More]
The economy is hit hard by a bribery scandal involving a Brazilian construction firm. [Read More]
At this exotic eatery in Peru's capital, haute cuisine meets bizarre foods and a meal is truly an adventure. [Read More]
With its oil industry floundering, Venezuela is searching for a new engine of growth for an economy in free fall. The embattled socialist government thinks... [Read More]
The government hopes to follow in Cuba's footsteps. Good luck, hoteliers say. [Read More]
Yet for a country saddled with the world's highest inflation rate and rampant violence, becoming a tourist paradise may be as improbable as a new... [Read More]
Violence consumes Rio de Janeiro's biggest favela, once a symbol of rising fortunes in Brazil... [Read More]
Rising violence in the Rocinha slum reflects Brazil's economic and corruption crises. [Read More]
Amid collapsing economy, families have no money for presents or Christmas dinners. [Read More]
They were the cheapest in the store, but the Converse knockoffs were still 500,000 bolívars a pair. "Son locos" [Read More]
Havana struggles to transition to new leadership at the end of the Castro era. [Read More]
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