Government tinkering with daylight-saving time dates puts clocks on cellphones and computers out of whack
Living & People
Argentina and UK agreed to disagree on the Falklands/Malvinas question, but the two countries agreed on the need to identify possible areas of cooperation in the South Atlantic, such as exploitation of natural resources, and connectivity
They have names and they are Argentine, but they live “invisible” lives in their native land. They were not registered at birth and that makes it difficult for them to get an identity document and get access to the most basic rights
Users can create thier own videos using President's voice with "MashiMachine" app
Some 80,000 students, took part in a march to demand a thorough overhaul of a Chilean educational system still marked by the legacy of the 1973-1990 Augusto Pinochet dictatorship.
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban or the "earthquake architect", known for designing innovative temporary houses, visited Ecuador and is working on a proposal for areas affected by a recent powerful earthquake.
A judge in Brazil has blocked access to messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours, the latest suspension to hit the hugely popular application.
A wildlife advocacy group prepares to send more than a dozen lions rescued from Peru and Colombia to a sanctuary in South Africa.
The Transparency and Access to Information Network agreed during its meeting that although progress has been made in the battle against corruption, there is still a long way to go.
11 Aymara indigenous women who worked for mountaineers decided to do their own climbing and have since tackled five peaks near La Paz
Researchers have discovered a massive coral reef in the muddy waters of the Amazon River. But it may be in serious danger.
The current corruption scandal and contracting economy is making wealthy Brazilians think about leaving for good.
Two firms are working legally to grow weed on behalf of the government to sell in pharmacies as the UN prepares to discuss failed ‘war on drugs’ this week
It's no news that Malbec wines are in vogue. What is news is the way Argentines are celebrating it. This week will mark the sixth edition of the Malbec World Day, a worldwide event held in over 70 cities
These puzzling holes in the arid valleys of southern Peru tell us there was once a flourishing, sophisticated society here.
Beer production in Cuba is far from meeting the country’s growing demand in stores, inns and hotels, due to the large increase in tourism
Despite local superstition that female presence brings bad luck, women eke out a living inside dangerous Bolivian mines.
The great educational challenge in Latin America is fighting a high-school dropout rate averaging roughly 50 percent
Argentina's pro-business government is pulling the plug on its involvement in the Spanish-language TV network that was started by the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, saying the broadcaster blocks alternative viewpoints.
Jaureguiberry, a city in the southern Uruguayan province of Canelones, has opened the first sustainable public school in Latin America after three and a half months of construction with recycled materials, officials said.
Residents of Miramar, a coastal city in Argentina’s Buenos Aires province, have built the world’s tallest chocolate Easter Bunny, a creation that stands 5.2 meters (just over 17 feet) tall and weighs 3,000 kilos (3.3 tons).
Surfing the Amazonian bore tides is dangerous not only because of their force, but because these rivers carry the blood of a breathing jungle. You’re the stranger in a land of jaguars, crocodiles, snakes, piranhas, parasites and tropical diseases.