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Spanish firms to build National Archaeological Museum in Peru 0 Judi Lynn 30 min ago 30 min ago 0 22
Media Exaggerations of Apocalyptic Venezuela Plays into Regime Change Narrative 4 Judi Lynn 20 hrs ago 1 hr ago 2 101
Mexico air lifts food into villages as teacher blockades spread 0 Eugene 3 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 2 106
Macri electoral reform bill raises questions over electronic voting, campaign finance. 0 forest444 3 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 0 25
Seminary Student Sentenced in San Diego for Seeking Sex With Babies in Tijuana 4 Judi Lynn 6 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 3 161
Venezuela first lady's nephews U.S. drug case gets new defendant 2 Zorro 12 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 0 102
The Colony film released – A dark tale based on real events in Chile 2 Judi Lynn 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 5 135
First Alaskan North Slope crude export planned for Nicaragua -sources 0 Judi Lynn 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 1 31
Almost half of Colombia’s protected ecosystems in danger of extinction 0 Judi Lynn 7 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 1 47
How Severe Is Venezuela’s Crisis? 2 Judi Lynn 20 hrs ago 13 hrs ago 1 182
German tourist dies taking flying selfie at Machu Picchu 2 Judi Lynn 19 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 3 389
A Policy of Non-Intervention in Venezuela Would be a Welcome Change 1 Judi Lynn 18 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 2 71
Documents: Fracked Gas Exports Central to Panama Canal Expansion 0 Judi Lynn 18 hrs ago 18 hrs ago 3 65
Researcher finds 'ghost workers' common in migrant farm work 0 Judi Lynn 19 hrs ago 19 hrs ago 8 232
Guatemala Remembers Victims of Military Genocide 0 Judi Lynn 19 hrs ago 19 hrs ago 1 38
Venezuela accuses US of 'interventionist obsession' 1 Zorro Yesterday Yesterday 0 128
Argentine judge okays inspection of three years of President Macri's financial disclosure statements 1 forest444 Yesterday Yesterday 1 70
The door opens to Piedad Cordoba return to politics 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 60
Pablo Escobar’s former top assassin plans to run for Colombia congress 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 115
Americans' taste for Mexican beer sucking up water supply, mayor says 0 Eugene Yesterday Yesterday 1 92
Colombian President Hails Obama For U.S. Support For Peace Deal 0 Zorro Yesterday Yesterday 2 54
Mexico is Massacring its Citizens and Nobody Seems to Have Noticed 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday Yesterday 9 251
Zapatistas stand in solidarity with Oaxaca teachers 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 3 174
Former assistant state prosecutor assassinated in Mexico 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 83
Clashes Rage in Rio as Police Try to Capture Drug Trafficker 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 2 123
Suriname President Acts to Again Avoid Trial in 1982 Deaths 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 2 64
Brazil: the Southern Giant Will Have to Fight 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 125
Nicaragua expels six environmental activists accused of handling explosives 1 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 1 68
Ex-Honduras president's son and police allegedly conspired to bring drugs to US 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 4 80
Congress faults Obama for not being tough with UN over Haiti's cholera crisis 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 1 60
Christian group vandalizes ancient Mexican archeological site claiming it’s linked to ‘Devil worship 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 15 507
Venezuela government mulls move to dissolve congress 4 Bacchus4.0 Wednesday Wednesday 1 166
Rise in Starving Children Puts Strain on Venezuela’s Hospitals 4 Bacchus4.0 Tuesday Wednesday 1 361
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle 1 Bacchus4.0 Wednesday Wednesday 0 217
Source of Original Popcorn Rescued from Extinction in Mexico 3 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 17 474
El Chapo: Mexico judge halts extradition to US 1 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 1 114
Colombians Place Wreaths at Monuments to Celebrate Cease-Fire with Rebels 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 77
Cuba promotes wind power with Chinese turbines to protect environment 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 4 75
Panama judge asks Interpol to help catch ex-president 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 1 160
Peru's president-elect promises "social revolution" to tackle inequality 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 73
These abandoned Mayan cities hold an alarming prophecy for today 7 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 9 354
Macri names son of dictatorship's chief economist, ISDS litigant against Argentina, to patent office 1 forest444 Tuesday Wednesday 2 109
Radio journalist murdered in Guatemala 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 117
1954 CIA Coup in Guatemala Effects Still Being Felt Today 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 95
Argentine Government delays information requests on Macri's offshore companies. 1 forest444 Tuesday Tuesday 0 141
Massive Turnout in Mexico March to Protest Oaxaca Massacre 1 a la izquierda Tuesday Tuesday 2 108
Colombia state council Could return political rights to prominent leftist politician 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 1 64
Judge: Lighthouse Migrants Must Return to Cuba 0 Eugene Tuesday Tuesday 2 178
4 Things to Remember About Chile's 1973 Coup 44 Judi Lynn Sunday Tuesday 49 996
Running Out Of Food, Medicine And Patience In Venezuela 0 Bacchus4.0 Tuesday Tuesday 0 127
South America is getting its first luxury sleeper train — and it will be one of the highest train jo 16 Judi Lynn Jun 23 Tuesday 25 2275
Dilma Rousseff interview: Brazil's first female leader on trying to clear her name 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 96
Brazil's Temer 'Buying' Support For Rousseff Impeachment 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 85
In Photos: Argentine villagers blame pesticide spraying for serious health problems 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 100
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera review – romance, heartbreak and a must-see exhibition 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 4 254
How Crowdsourced Archaeology Could Help Solve the Mysteries of Peru 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 134
Brazilian jaguar's killing prompts calls for curbs on use of wild animals 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 125
Mexico: Sexual violence routinely used as torture to secure “confessions” from women 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 268
Washington Denies US-Backed Honduran Government Kills Activists 22 Judi Lynn Saturday Monday 8 297
Buenos Aires man who shot two progressive women in March ID'd as Macri supporter, and hiding in U.S. 3 forest444 Monday Monday 1 197
As corruption probe grows in Argentina, Macri allies feel the heat. 1 forest444 Monday Monday 2 186
Mexico - 2016, a year of historical defeat of the PRI in state elections (Spanish) 6 Xipe Totec Sunday Monday 0 170
Poverty Doesn’t Stop Cuba From Keeping Its Black Citizens Healthy. So What’s America’s Excuse? 6 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 4 428
Leader to be sentenced in Ohio egg farm forced labor case 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 1 111
Why Mining Corporations Love Trade Deals 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 2 98
Chinese megaship will be first through expanded Panama Canal 4 Judi Lynn Saturday Monday 3 195
Farc rebel leader: ‘We repent everything, not just the war’ 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Monday 3 310
Argentines snatched as babies of Dirty War ‘disappeared’ grope for truth, real kin 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 264
Giant ship makes first voyage through new expanded Panama Canal 1 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 4 196
Paraguay’s Ousted Leader to Run in 2018 Presidential Election 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 279
The Paradox of Immigration: Opposition Is Strongest Precisely Where There Are the Fewest Immigrants 4 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 3 210
Peruvians Don't Want Fujimori Inside the Congress 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 1 171
How a Shootout on a Guatemalan Highway Opened Window to Corruption 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 131
How a Guatemalan murder trial could forever change Canadian overseas mining 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 99
How a Guatemalan murder trial could forever change Canadian overseas mining 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 90
Center for Advanced Genocide Research Hosts International Conference to Shed Light on Genocide and R 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 97
Latin America is the World's Deadliest Region for Environmental Activists 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 1 85
Remains of mammoth uncovered in Mexico 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 2 216
Argentina's Macri awards top public works contract to consortium led by his family firm, IECSA. 3 forest444 Friday Saturday 2 176
Brazil Police Seek Charges in Bike Path Collapse 0 Eugene Saturday Saturday 1 153
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