The President of Paraguay, Horacio Cartes, says he will no longer seek re-election after his bid to change the constitution triggered rioting.
Horacio Cartes’s plans to amend constitution to draw out term has incensed students to take action against police violence and government’s abuse of power
As recession continues, Brazilian businesses head to Paraguay that is positioning itself as low-cost manufacturing hub
The railway running from the Bolivian city of Robore to the Paraguayan town of Carmelo Peralta would give Paraguay access to the Pacific Ocean via Peru
Paraguay's booming marijuana trade helps explain why its illegal economy = an estimated $11.1 billion in 2015
El boom de la marihuana en Paraguay en los últimos años no habría sido posible sin la compra de voluntades en varios niveles del Estado.
Paraguay, in the first 10 months of this year, registered 408 cases of breast cancer, one more than in all of 2015, when the mortality rate was 10.1 per 100,000 women
The Integration for Peace Summit got underway Tuesday in the Paraguayan capital with participants from 50 countries and a call to continue efforts to achieve peace worldwide.
The surprising success of a landlocked country. Its GDP grew by 6.2% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2016. It will expand by around 3% this year and next, forecasts the IMF.
The first-ever Guaraní translation of Don Quixote was recently completed, part of a growing effort by scholars and officials to embrace Paraguay’s indigenous language.
Paraguay announced officially that it will not be attending the Common Market Council of Mercosur in Montevideo next 30 July, if the agenda includes the transfer of the group's presidency to Venezuela.
Paraguay’s most recent census, in 2011, showed 46,993 boys and girls — 2.5 percent of the country’s juvenile population — to be “criados,” some of them as young as 5.
Paraguay formally requested meeting of Mercosur foreign ministers to address the situation in Venezuela which is undergoing a critical political, social and economic scenario.
About 100 farmers with peasant organizations left their family farms in Paraguay’s interior to attend a fair in downtown Asuncion, where they displayed their native seeds
Contestants are paired with a nutritionist, psychologist and image consultant to teach them how to improve eating habits and be comfortable with their body
Petrolera Amerisur plans to once again drill for oil in northern Paraguay in April, while two other private companies plan to explore for oil in the Chaco region, Deputy Mines and Energy Minister Mauricio Bejarano said.
More than 100,000 Paraguayan’s on the move and the river flowing at its highest since 1992. Paraguay’s floods have left tragic losses, but they come as a result of a global phenomenon
Businesses look to move investments off Rousseff's sinking ship. Brazil’s economy will suffer a 2.8 percent contraction in 2015, and a 1 percent shrinkage in 2016. Conversely, Paraguay is one of the few countries in the region that enjoys economic growth.