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Cuba bids for foreign investment to tackle goods shortages

Wednesday August 17, 2022

Growing shortages of basic goods have led the government to end Fidel Castro's 63-year-old legacy.

Trapped Mexico miners: Setback as water levels rise

Monday August 15, 2022

Rescue attempts have been delayed again after the water level in the flooded shafts suddenly rose.

Whales surprise two paddleboarders in Argentina

Wednesday August 17, 2022

One paddleboarder was knocked into the water by a whale's fin, which clipped his board.

Ecuador: Guayaquil blast 'declaration of war' by gangs - officials

Monday August 15, 2022

Officials blame crime gangs as a state of emergency is declared in Guayaquil following more violence.

Tijuana rocked by wave of violent crime

Sunday August 14, 2022

Thousands of troops have been sent to the border city after a night of arson saw highways blocked.

Brazilians march in defence of democracy over Bolsonaro election fears

Friday August 12, 2022

Thousands take part in marches amid fears the president may dispute October's election result.

Argentina rate hiked to 69.5% as inflation hits 20-year high

Friday August 12, 2022

The move comes as figures showed inflation in South America's second largest economy hit a 20-year high.

Five countries, five meals - tackling the food inflation crisis

Tuesday August 16, 2022

Around the world people are adapting to high food prices, sometimes by changing what they eat.

Mexico's indigenous groups celebrate their heritage

Wednesday August 10, 2022

Mexico marked the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples with an exuberant parade.

Panama Canal grapples with climate change threat

Tuesday August 09, 2022

Changes in rainfall and weather patterns are making the Panama Canal's operation more challenging.

How I taught a vulture to fly with me

Monday August 08, 2022

Brazilian tour guide Israel Mendes adopted Urú, a vulture, after finding him abandoned in a bin.

It's like a warzone - Haitians surrounded by turf wars

Sunday August 07, 2022

An estimated 60% of the capital Port-au-Prince is now considered “lawless”, human rights groups say.

Colombia peace deal failing as violent gangs recruit vulnerable children

Thursday August 04, 2022

Colombian gangs target vulnerable indigenous communities as 2016 ceasefire deal fails to bring peace.

Cuban fuel depot fire spreads to third tank

Tuesday August 09, 2022

A fire which started after lighting struck a oil depot in Matanzas, Cuba, continues to spread.

Bolivia's 'death road' becomes wildlife haven

Monday August 08, 2022

Wildlife flourishes on the infamous route linking Bolivia's capital with the Amazon rainforest.

The moment Colombia's new president is sworn into office

Monday August 08, 2022

Gustavo Petro was sworn in before a crowd of thousands in Colombia's capital, Bogota.

Mexican mining rescue: Ten miners trapped underground

Sunday August 07, 2022

The 10 workers are stuck underground in Coahuila after a tunnel wall collapsed in a mine shaft.

Slave owner Sir Thomas Picton portrait 'reframed'

Tuesday August 02, 2022

Artist Gesiye says history has not been taught to include everyone's experiences and this needs to change.

Authorities investigate after mysterious sinkhole appears in Chile

Tuesday August 02, 2022

Authorities are investigating the sinkhole which is about 25m (82 ft) wide and 200m (650ft) deep.

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