As Argentines go to the polls today, the campaigns are laying bare a widening fissure that could become increasingly entrenched.
More than 55 world leaders attended the Chávez funeral, while thousands of ordinary Venezuelans queued to view his body, which is lying in state.
Residents of the British-controlled Falkland Islands will vote in a referendum Sunday on whether to remain a British territory. Britain hopes the vote will end a diplomatic dispute with Argentina.
La Cámpora, a political youth movement – 30,000-strong and mostly under 30 – is one of Fernandez de Kirchner's most significant political tools. But they stand out for more than just solidarity.
After Fernando Lugo's impeachment last week, many question the state of democratic institutions not only in Paraguay, but Latin America as a whole.
Nestor Kirchner, former president of Argentina, died Wednesday. Kirchner was married to the current Argentine president, Cristina Fernandez.