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Venezuela arrests two U.S. citizens for failed ‘invasion’

Venezuela claimed a group traveling on speedboats and embarking from Colombia tried to land before dawn in the northern coastal state of La Guaira but were intercepted by the military and special police units.

Ecuador reports first suspected case of coronavirus

There are confirmed case reports in the United States and Canada, but none in Latin America.

Pompeo visits Colombia, where he will meet with Guaidó

The head of US diplomacy, Mike Pompeo, will meet on Monday in Colombia with the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, on his first stop of a three-day trip to Latin America and the Caribbean.

Uber announces end of services in Colombia

Uber has thrown in the towel in Colombia.

Venezuela contact group, including Costa Rica, recognizes Guaido as speaker

A dozen countries working on ways to end Venezuela's crisis on Thursday gave their backing to opposition leader Juan Guaido as parliamentary speaker, rejecting the claims of a rival.

Five keys to Argentina’s economic crisis

South America's third biggest economy is in virtual default, according to Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, who claims it is suffering a similar crisis to the worst of its history in 2001.

TIAR countries approve sanctions, increasing pressure against Maduro government

Of the nearly 4.5 million people who have fled Venezuela, 1.4 million are in Colombia.

Lacalle Pou takes first steps as President-elect of Uruguay

After meeting Friday with his rival in the ballot last Sunday, Daniel Martinez, Lacalle Pou met with the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, who is visiting the country.

Three dead in Colombia protests as wave of unrest continues in South America

The protests come amid social upheaval across South America, as a wave of unrest over the past two months has battered governments in Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador.

Evo Morales calls for international help to stop Bolivia ‘genocide’

The deadliest clashes occurred Friday in the central city of Cochabamba, where nine people were killed in a confrontation between Morales backers and the security forces.

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