Extracts of this interview were published in volume 19, number 1 of Diálogo, titled “Gangs.”
Latin America has become more competitive in tourism over the past year, but needs to improve its safety in order to increase its appeal, according to a report developed by the World Economic Fund.
Gabriel Batistuta, adored at the Italian Fiorentina and the greatest striker in the history of Argentina’s national soccer team, is now shaking the bars of polo goals while making fun of himself for often missing with the mallet, missing many goals, and falling off his horse.
In his first visit to Brazil, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff met with top leaders here and emphasized the importance of military-to-military cooperation as part of the overall U.S.-Brazilian relationship.
This Monday, 49 Guatemalan officers completed a course in preparation for the fight against drug trafficking and terrorism. This course was given by the US Border Patrol Tactic Unit (BORTAC).
Martín Palermo, “the goal optimist,” a title given to him several years ago by coach Carlos Bianchi, who coached him while Boca Juniors achieved most of the titles and championships in their history, is Boca’s highest scorer in the last 78 years.
While investigating the cultural legacy of the indigenous Paî Tavyterâ people, a team of Spanish experts has found in Paraguay the remains of a human being that date back 5,000 years.
One Peruvian soldier died and two were wounded in a clash with remnants of the armed group Shining Path in the Vizcatan area of the Ayacucho region, some 600 kilometers (370 miles) south of Lima, military officials said.
In Bolivia's worst national outbreak in a decade, 19 people have died from dengue fever since January and 31,000 people have been affected, official estimates showed.
Syrian trafficker Monzer Al Kassar, and Chilean Luis Felipe Moreno Godoy were sentenced to more than 20 years' in prison by a U.S. court by agreeing to the illegal sale of weapons to FARC guerrillas, according to the federal Attorney in Manhattan.
Confetti, musicians and thousands of indigenous dancers crowded the cobblestone streets of this remote silver and tin mining town to honor its Andean gods and celebrate Carnival, which ended Tuesday.
Bogota, February 24th (EFE).- Fifteen rebels of Colombia’s National Liberation Army ( ELN) have deserted the Colombian guerrilla group after drugging their commanders with a sleep inducing plant , in a camp located in the jungle of Nariño province (southwest), as reported by the fugitives to the local press.