Here are some of the things you must do when you visit Manaos.
Chile has a wealth of beautiful landscapes beyond the iconic regions of Patagonia and Atacama. Here are some of them.
Few places on the planet offer raw adventure as authentic as densely forested Guyana.
Here’s a rundown of the best ways to enjoy South America.
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As the Zika virus spreads companies are joining the race to find solutions, including experimental vaccines insect repellents and GM mosquitoes
2016 was supposed to be the year of light for the Americas. What happened to all those rosy forecasts?
Saudi Arabia is hardly a model country, but it has laid out a plan to end its dependence on oil, something that many Latin American countries, that depend on commodity exports for more than 80 percent of their export income, should learn from
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR or Commission) announced that a budget crisis was forcing it to “suspend visits it had planned for this year, as well as its 159th and 160th sessions,”
To some people, graffiti and street art are a nuisance and an eyesore. To others, it’s a way of bringing artistic expression to the public.
Corruption scandals have exploded across Latin America in recent years. Has corruption, or the perception of corruption, suddenly spiked? - The answer is no.
The great educational challenge in Latin America is fighting a high-school dropout rate averaging roughly 50 percent
Access to potentially life-saving contraception and abortion can be a lottery for women and girls in Latin America, often depending on their ability to pay or the personal and religious views of a health worker.
Three things are behind the left’s fall from grace. The first is the end of the commodity boom. The second is corruption, especially in Venezuela and Brazil. Third, after a decade or more of left-wing dominance voters want fresh faces and the alternation of power.
Citibank is planning to sell the consumer banking operations it has run for a century in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia as South America’s three biggest economies suffer a major downturn.
The promise and pitfalls of health care for all, but Latin America's move towards universal health care will better equip it to tackle Zika
The health ministers of 14 Latin American countries agreed on Wednesday on a roadmap to fight the Zika virus, linked in Brazil to a dramatic increase of birth defects.
While the ‘pink tide’ recedes across much of the continent, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales and Ecuador’s Rafael Correa find themselves as the last bastions of popular socialism in Latin America.
Auditions to be held in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. Cheerleaders will have one-year contracts and the team will help new cheerleaders secure work permits
After a decade of high growth thanks to the commodity super cycle, Latin America has lost its glow: economic growth is near zero, equality gains have stalled, and the political landscape is changing.
Capri Everitt, an 11-year-old girl from Vancouver, Canada and her family will travel to 80 countries to sing 80 anthems in 41 languages in an effort to raise $1 million for SOS Children’s Villages
South America is a vast continent of light, yet it has a dark soul. Nestled in its political class, like a snake from the rain forest, corruption poisons the core of government.
Exports from Latin America and the Caribbean will drop about 14% in 2015 due to a steep decline in prices and weak demand for the region’s main exports from key trading partners, according to a new report from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Latin America has been called the “squeezed middle” in global climate policy circles. The region is not a big emitter like some major countries in Asia, nor is it as in need of as much development assistance as some countries in Africa. Here the insights of four experts on climate finance
The number of people aged over 60 will double by 2050. Latin America is one of the world's regions that is aging most rapidly.
Economic and political instability have prompted a record number of Latin American entrepreneurs to invest in US businesses as a way to get green cards. Half a Million Will Get You Residency for Two Years
Farming is part of the region’s future as well as of its past
Leaders from some of the most innovative companies in LatAm offer their predicctions on what the future of the region holds.
Latin American leaders were at the CELAC III summit in Costa Rica last month. But do they really hold the keys to a sustainable future for the continent?