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  • Algunas evadas de Evo Morales

    El presidente de Bolivia, Evo Morales, es uno de los fenómenos políticos más interesantes de los últimos años. Sobre todo en su país, donde ganó dos elecciones con 52 y 64 por ciento de los votos (en 2005 y 2009). Eso hace suponer que la mayoría de los...
  • Perú: Jefes de estado arriban para asunción de Humala

    LIMA — El Príncipe Felipe de Borbón, el presidente de Ecuador Rafael Correa y presidente hondureño fueron los primeros invitados que llegaron a Perú para asistir el jueves a la ceremonia de toma de mando del presidente Ollanta Humala. Se espera...
  • Women and power

     Women and power
    Forbes' recent annual list of the 100 Most Powerful Women reminds us how far women have come — and how far society has yet to go. The list's existence in itself, worthy as it may be, is testament to continued inequity. There is no list of 100 Most...
  • In Brazil's growth spurt, poor seem left behind

    In Brazil's growth spurt, poor seem left behind
    SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, BRAZIL -- Two children ran through the rubble, ducking under smoke pouring from a building that was still burning. Everywhere were signs that people had left in haste: toys, half-cooked meals, couches, ID cards, a fan photo of...
  • With Obama in Brazil and Biden fundraising, U.S. voters give them record low approval on the economy

     
    Economic pessimism seizes U.S. voters and for some reason they blame the country's top two Democrats....
  • In Brazil, Obama orders attack in Libya: 'Actions have consequences'

     
    Full text as Obama says U.S. cannot stand by when a tyrant threatens no mercy on his own people....
  • Diplomacy: Brazil is Obama's first stop in Latin America trip

     
    President Obama's first trip to Latin American starts Saturday with a stop in Brazil, where he is scheduled to meet with newly elected President Dilma Rousseff. A former Marxist guerrilla and prisoner of war, Rousseff is Brazil's first female president......
  • Amazon rainforest: Proposed law threatens to cripple preservation efforts

     
    Driven by powerful agribusiness interests, a bill is moving through the Brazilian Congress that could cripple the decades-long effort to protect the Amazon rainforest. The bill would change Brazil’s 1965 Forest Code, which requires that Amazon...
  • Cyberattacks strike networks in Brazil, revealing vulnerability across Latin America

     
    Latin America's vulnerability to cyberattacks was laid bare in recent weeks as government networks in several countries were hacked or temporarily shut down, and hackers threatened to go after more. On June 21, the hackers group LulzSec claimed on Twitter...
  • Former Brazilian President Lula gets cancer treatment

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, still one of Latin America's most popular figures 10 months after stepping down as president of Brazil, has cancer of the throat and on Monday started chemotherapy, his doctors said. Lula entered...
  • Latin American leaders coping with cancer

     
    Latin America Venezuela: Several Latin America leaders past and present are coping with cancer, although Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez may have the most serious case of all...