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Summer rains sent tons of red mud and torrents of water rushing down mountainsides in towns outside Rio, enveloping homes of rich and poor alike and killing at least 239 people in 24 hours. Some survivors clung to trees to escape the water and landslides....
Tags: Defense, Human Interest, Natural Disasters, Disasters, Elections
Washington, 12 jun (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, ha puesto en marcha un acercamiento a Latinoamérica durante el último mes y medio, que ahora tiene que traducirse en apoyos concretos a las aspiraciones de los países de la región...
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos may not have been hallucinating when he said last week that the Pacific Alliance - the bloc made up of Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile - "is the new economic and development engine of Latin America and the...
Tags: Turkey, Argentina, Trade Dispute, Istanbul (Turkey), Venezuela
Perhaps Secretary of State John Kerry's lack of attention to Latin America might not be so bad after all - it is moving Vice President Joe Biden to get more involved with the region, and may help turn U.S.-Latin American relations into a White House...
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Vice President Joe Biden praised Brazil as a rising power and extended an invitation to better relations with the U.S. during a three-day visit that ended Friday. “We’re ready for a deeper, broader relationship across...
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Brazilian authorities are trying to determine the source of rumors that led thousands of people concerned about their government assistance payments to make a run on banks last weekend. Word spread that the government would be...
Tags: Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
RIO DE JANEIRO — After 2 1/2 years of renovations, Rio's legendary Maracana soccer stadium reopened to much fanfare in late April. Brazilian legends including Ronaldo played in a test match before an audience composed mostly of the workers who...
Tags: Sports Organizations, Olympic Games, Travel, Sports, Soccer
Monday-Friday, May 27-31 -- “Being Biden” is going on a road trip. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s eclectic blogsite will follow his sweep through Colombia, Trinidad and Tobago and Brazil this week as he carries out a mission to...
SAO PAULO, Brazil--Brazilians usually have little time for the U.S. version of football, but they can't stop talking about this year's Super Bowl. Subjected for years to questions about whether Brazil is prepared to effectively host the 2014 World Cup and...
Tags: Super Bowl, National Football League, Sports, Soccer, Football
CARACAS, Venezuela -- After funeral services Friday with at least 33 heads of state expected to be in attendance, the body of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will be specially embalmed and ultimately placed on permanent public display in a glass case,...
News of the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the leftist leader who had been battling cancer, reverberated Tuesday around Latin America and the world. In La Paz, Bolivia, a teary-eyed Bolivian President Evo Morales said he was devastated,...
Tags: Government, Evo Morales, William Hague, Hugo Chavez, Politics
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