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  • Peru's Humala declares state of emergency as protests continue

     
    Peru's president declares state of emergency as protests against proposed mine continue...
  • Peru's president swears in new cabinet chief amid mine crisis [updated]

     
    Peru's President Ollanta Humala will swear in one new minster late Sunday and possibly reshuffle other positions....
  • Argentina's Fernandez sworn in for a second term as president

     
    Argentinan president Fernandez de Kirchner was sworn in for a second term, after winning re-election in an October landslide...
  • Chilean court to rule on Neruda exhumation

     
    A Chilean judge is expected to rule soon on whether to exhume the body of Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda to test whether he was poisoned in the aftermath of the 1973 overthrow of President Salvador Allende...
  • Deported teen masqueraded as immigrant, became Colombian citizen

     
    A 15-year-old Texas girl who claimed to be an illegal immigrant and was deported to Colombia will be returning home to the United States on Friday, according to federal immigration officials....
  • 'Excited' family awaits return of runaway teen from Colombia

     
    Jakadrien Lorece Turner left Colombia on Friday and was on a flight to Dallas expected to arrive at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport at about 7 p.m., according to staff at the office of Dallas lawyer Ray Jackson....
  • Colombian government in all-out war against drug gang

     
    Colombian government announced a "shock plan" to combat one of the nation's strongest drug gangs, Los Urabenos, who declared a two-day ban on business activities in a dozen northern cities last week....
  • Chavez closes Miami consulate in response to expulsion

     
    In his state of the union address on Friday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered the closing of the Miami consulate, one week after the Venezuelan consul in Miami was declared by the U.S. to be persona non grata....
  • 49 killed as train slams into retaining wall in Buenos Aires

     
    A commuter train went out of control and slammed into a retaining barrier in a central Buenos Aires train station during peak rush hour Wednesday morning, killing at least 49 people and injuring more than 500, federal police officials said....
  • Cover story: Latina rappers make their voices heard

     
    Cover story: It is the collision of cultures that makes the music of Tijoux, Bomba Estéreo and Chocquibtown — all currently working on their next albums and planning to return to Los Angeles in the early months of 2011 — so intriguing. Ana...
  • U.S. Open: Bryan brothers not invited to Davis Cup

     
    Usually no one cares much about Davis Cup play in the United States. Unless it happens that during the U.S. Open it is announced by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) that 10-year captain Patrick McEnroe is stepping down. Or......