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- Foreign doctors help poor Brazilians get a leg up
- Latin America Monitor Does Ecuador's leader aspire to a perpetual presidency?
- Latin America Monitor Trading wellness tips, Brazil's community workers plug primary health gaps
- Can Venezuela's televised peace talks end the street protests?
- Should Quebec become more secular? Residents vote today.
- Latin America Monitor Report puts Guatemala national police under the microscope
- Earthquake aftermath: Chile learns from 2010 quake missteps (+video)
- Latin America Monitor Peace in Brazil's favelas? 5 challenges facing police units
- Latin America Monitor Venezuela legislator stripped of congressional seat. What's next for the opposition?
- Latin America Monitor An unusual sight: Water flows in Mexico's Colorado River
With a new generation of Brazilians entering college and the working world, many see fresh challenges to accepted class lines.
Nearly five weeks after 'El Chapo's' capture in an oceanfront condominium, the crime boss is claiming ignorance of his alleged crimes. But his former bodyguard is talking.
Countries from Aruba to the Dominican Republic are building wind farms and diversifying energy resources as Venezuelan oil shipments appear threatened by economic and political woes.
Bolivian law sets the minimum working age at 14, but congress is discussing changes. Would banning child labor help kids out of poverty or will it push them into more dangerous work?
Latin America Monitor Venezuela: Can protests end when 'chucky dolls' face off against a 'dictatorial regime'? (+video)
Both the opposition and the Maduro administration say dialogue is the solution, but name-calling threatens to drown out calls for peace in Venezuela.
The current president claims that Taiwanese donations are more transparent in Guatemala today than they were 14 years ago.
A new study on Central America and Mexico suggests that strengthening land rights for forest-dwelling and coastal indigenous groups can help curb drug trafficking.
Mexico state, which features many poor Mexico City suburbs, reports of extortion jumped 58 percent between 2012 and 2013. Some say it's driving away business investment.
Venezuela has experienced a progressive criminalization of protests since President Nicolás Maduro took office nearly a year ago.
Reactions in the region have ranged from name calling to accusations of Russian meddling to observations of declining world powers.