Latin America

Colombians march in eighth day of protests, police deploy tear gas

Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in Bogota on Wednesday during an eighth day of nationwide anti-government demonstrations, after crowds attacked police stations in...
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Brazilian researchers develop material that kills COVID-19; will be used to make masks

A group of Brazilian researchers developed a cloth material capable of eliminating SARS-CoV-2, the virus that transmits the new coronavirus, in just two minutes and...
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Record virus infections, deaths are ravaging Latin America

A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in the world’s most unequal region...
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Mariachis delight quarantined Colombians with jolts of street music

The boisterous music – usually heard at family celebrations and raucous birthdays – bursts through the eerily quiet streets of Colombia’s capital, Bogota. The mariachis...
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‘This is war’: Virus charges beyond Latin American hot spots

Beyond the hot spots of Brazil and Mexico, the coronavirus is threatening to overwhelm Latin American cities stretching from Chile to the Colombian Amazon in...
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In Latin America, face masks become a form of expression

Rarely used in Latin America outside hospitals before the coronavirus pandemic, face masks are now compulsory for subway riders, supermarket shoppers and even joggers in...
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Catholic Church launches environment network for Mesoamerica

The Roman Catholic Church in Mexico and six Central American countries have launched a network to coordinate efforts to benefit the environment and indigenous people...
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Chileans, Argentines gape at total solar eclipse

Tens of thousands of tourists and locals gaped skyward Tuesday as a total eclipse of the sun darkened the heavens over Chile and Argentina. Tourists...
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Mexico to launch El Salvador program under Central America development plan

Mexico will launch a job creation program for El Salvador on Thursday as part of its Central America development plan geared at slowing illegal migration,...
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Power failure leaves Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay in the dark

Argentina’s main energy company said Sunday it was “slowly beginning to restore” electricity after a massive power failure left large swathes of the South American...
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Boy loses phone containing videos and photos of his deceased mother, offers reward

Gino forgot the phone in a taxi and he is now offering his savings to get it back. “I do not want to forget about...
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About 1,000 migrants cross into Mexico, start walking to US

Hundreds more Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico from Guatemala, and a group of about 1,000 has started walking en mass to the north....
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