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Costa Rica, others, seek to halt artefacts auction in Germany

The seven Cocle Parita- and Cocle Conte-style pottery vessels claimed by the country are among more than 300 pre-Hispanic objects from Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia and Peru.

Two in three LatAm kids still not back in classroom: UNICEF

Two out of three children in Latin America and the Caribbean have not returned to the classroom after months of coronavirus lockdown, the UN...

Another deadly year for LatAm environment defenders

A record 227 people were killed worldwide in 2020 for their defense of nature -- more than four a week on average, and almost three-quarters...

2021 LatAm growth won’t offset pandemic economic decline: UN

Women were hardest hit, it said, and their participation in the labor market suffered a 10-year setback.

Latin America pandemic recovery lagging, IMF says

Latin America's recovery from the pandemic crisis is lagging the rest of the world and the economy will not return to its pre-pandemic level until 2024

Businessman Guillermo Lasso wins Ecuadorian election, vows to change ‘destiny’

Lasso, 65, will inherit a pandemic-battered and debt-laden economy and a political system riven by gridlock when he takes over from the unpopular Lenin Moreno.

Latin American leaders repressed protests in 2019, according to AI

Amnesty International recognized that Latin American governments had adopted aggressive positions regarding migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

Chilean president vows major reshuffle after week of protests

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Saturday announced a major government reshuffle, a day after more than one million people took to the streets in a massive protest for economic and political change.

UN to investigate abuses in Chile as strike continues

The violence in Chile, usually one of the most stable countries in Latin America, is the worst experienced since returning to democracy.

US pushes Maduro’s envoys off international bodies

The beleaguered socialist leader has been boosted by overt support from main ally Russia.

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