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Coronavirus: Wealthy nations compete for remdesivir supplies

Zolgensma, a gene therapy medicine for treating spinal muscular atrophy in children under the...

Coronavirus: US facing ‘big problem’ as COVID-19 cases surge

(Q REPORTS) The United States appeared on track to set a new daily record...

Racist police violence endures in Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil

On May, 12-year-old Joao Pedro became the latest public face of police violence in...

Food banks are a lifeline for Mexico’s needy, and never more than during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Every Friday, early in the morning, Arsenia Cortes packs two huge nylon bags in...

Coronavirus: Timeline of the global spread of COVID-19

Pneumonia-like virus hits Wuhan On December 31, 2019, China notifies the World Health Organization of...

Does US-China coronavirus blame game threaten scientific investigation?

As world leaders and experts emphasize global cooperation in beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, there...

As pandemic continues, Argentina faces bankruptcy again

Argentina hasn't made a bond interest payment since February. Now, Economy Minister Martin Guzman...

Coronavirus: What you should know about tests

More and more tests for the novel coronavirus are coming onto the market. By...

Mexican factories risk workers’ lives

Workers at factories in Tijuana manufacturing for Hyundai, Roger's, Carso, Safran, Hisense and Ontex...

Mexico drug cartels turn charities in coronavirus pandemic

Alejandrina Guzman, the daughter of Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, has distributed...

Love in the time of coronavirus: COVID-19 changes the game for online dating

Users of Tinder, one of the world's most popular online dating platforms, have been...

Coronavirus travel chaos as Latin America barricades itself

When 23-year-old Kara boarded her plane from Lima, Peru, to Quito, Ecuador, last Sunday...

How the Amazon became popular in the Third Reich

"Mr. Schulz-Kampfhenkel is a brilliant example of the modern generation. He is in his...

Amazon ecosystem could collapse in less than 50 years

A new study has found that larger ecosystems — like the Amazon rainforest and...

Cock and bull fighting are legal, Peru’s top court rules

Cock and bull fighting, considered "cultural shows" in Peru, will not be banned, the...

Countries evacuate citizens from China as coronavirus infections rise

Japan and the US were the first to evacuate their citizens from Wuhan on...

Being gay in Guatemala is ‘a political issue’

Guatemala's Aldo Davila has been interested in politics since he was a teenager. He...

Massive cocaine haul seized in Uruguay

A record 4.4 tons of cocaine packed in containers of soy flour and destined...

Evo Morales aims to shape Bolivian politics from Argentinian exile

The exiled former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said Tuesday in Buenos Aires that...

In 2019, World’s population to hit 7.75 billion

By the end of this year, there will be some 7.75 billion people living...

Brazil sees spike in same-sex marriage ahead of Bolsonaro presidency

The number of same-sex marriages soared 61.7% between 2017 and 2018, according to data...

Bolivia: ‘Overwhelming’ evidence of vote rigging

In its final report released on Wednesday, the Organization of American States (OAS) published...

Mexican President says Bolivia’s leader Morales was a ‘victim of a coup’

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Sunday that former Bolivian leader Evo Morales was the "victim...

Women around the world face widespread abuse during childbirth

Monday (November 25) marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women...

News Chile’s Pinera vows ‘no impunity’ for police abuses during protests

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has said there will be "no impunity" for security forces...

Bolivia protests: Student dies after violent clashes

A student was killed as civil unrest continued on the streets of Bolivia on...

El Salvador expels Venezuelan diplomats, recognizes Juan Guaido

El Salvador announced late Saturday that Venezuelan diplomats serving under embattled President Nicolas Maduro...

Opinion: Latin America needs solidarity

From a political point of view, Venezuela and Chile, Bolivia and Brazil are worlds...

Bolivia: political opponets clash leave dozens wounded

Rival political rallies of supporters and opponents of Bolivian President Evo Morales ended in...

Chile: Protests and looting erupt despite president’s new Cabinet

Demonstrators in Chile returned to the streets on Monday to reject President Sebastian Pinera's...

What’s behind wealthy Chile’s deadly protests?

Less than one month out from the international Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit...

Ecuador president Moreno leaves Quito amid growing unrest

As thousands of anti-government protesters poured into Ecuador's capital Quito, the nation's president, Lenin...

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