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Young Latinos vent pandemic fury after lost 2020

For four young adults across Latin America, 2020 was meant to be a year of freedom and opportunity. Instead, the coronavirus pandemic brought confinement and frustration. 

Uruguay and Costa Rica: beacons of Latin American virus success

In Costa Rica, scientists and laboratories have been working on a range of solutions to tackle the coronavirus, not least to reduce the country's dependence on imported goods amid global scarcity.

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.

Costa Rica anticipating stadium sellout in Uruguay friendly

La Sele summoned veteran stars including Keylor Navas, Celso Borges, Bryan Ruíz and Joel Campbell. 

Abortion in Latin America: four women’s voices

To legalize or not to legalize, that is the question on the lips of many legislators in Latin America since Argentina opted not to decriminalize abortion following a senate vote.

Latin America’s unlikely, honest voice for democracy

Luis Almagro has been secretary general of an institution generally regarded as moribund: the Organization of American States. Thanks to him, it is rapidly becoming relevant again.

Uruguay plan to sell pot at pharmacies slammed

Uruguayan pharmacies on Thursday criticized the government's plan to allow the sale of marijuana for recreational use in their stores.

Uruguay’s ‘Pepe’ Mujica: Regulating marijuana ‘robs narcos of the market’

During his brief stay in Costa Rica, Uruguay's ex-President José Mujica (2010-2015) commented on his administration’s experience passing controversial laws, including medical marijuana and gay common-law marriage.

Uruguay to probe dictatorship crimes

Uruguay has created a commission to probe human rights violations perpetrated from 1968 to 1985 as the government cracked down brutally on a leftist rebellion.

Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano dies at 74

Galeano was known for chronicling the deep injustices of Latin America, but also for his love affair with the region's contrasts and culture, including a deep passion for football.

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