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In a decree made five days ago, the Argentine government and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights unveiled the new prices for immigrants looking to travel and relocate Argentina.

Overall, prices nearly tripled in most of the categories, without …

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro won the country’s presidential elections yesterday, although the local opposition and a large part of the international community announced they considered them to be illegitimate.

According to the Venezuelan Electoral Council, Maduro received 5.8 million votes, …

While the recent visit to Buenos Aires by Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has demonstrated that the relationship with President Mauricio Macri is strong, Santiago faces the prospects of not having an ambassador in the country for the next six months.…

Paraguay’s electoral body has declared the presidential election in Mario Abdo Benítez’s favor, making him president-elect after a much tighter race than had been anticipated by polls.

Abdo Benítez of the ruling ANR (Colorado) defeated Efraín Alegre of the Alianza …

Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno has confirmed that three Ecuadorean journalists kidnapped by a splinter FARC group have been killed.

Javier Ortega, Paúl Rivas and Efraín Segarra, who worked for the Ecuadorean newspaper El Comercio, were kidnapped more than two …

You may have seen them leaping from low walls in Plaza Italia, jumping fences in Parque Centenario, or doing backflips down the streets of Buenos Aires. Calling themselves, ‘traceurs,‘ these urban athletes practice a sport (though some would …

Only weeks after a presidential resignation and without the presence of the region’s top two headline-grabbers, Peru will host the Summit of the Americas starting tomorrow.

The meeting, held under the auspices of the Organization of the American States (OAS), …

Leaders and parties left of the Argentine political spectrum showed solidarity with former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, following the arrest order that Judge Sergio Moro filed yesterday that gives him until 5 PM today to surrender to …

Brazil is on a knife-edge as it gears up for a Supreme Court (STF) ruling expected today that will determine whether former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio ‘Lula’ da Silva is taken into custody.

Lula’s defense team has lodged a habeas

Four bullets were fired yesterday at two buses that form part of former Brazilian president Luliz Inácio Lula da Silva’s tour of southern Brazil, with members of Lula’s team accusing “fascists” of being responsible.

Following earlier attacks on Sunday involving …