Investigators are examining pilot error and air traffic control problems as possible factors in Monday night's (November 28) crash
Neymar overcomes an elbow from a Bolivian defender as Brazil wins 5-0 in their World Cup qualifying match
The leftist governments of Ecuador and Bolivia also recalled their diplomats from Brasilia
(UPDATED) Deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes had gone to the protesting miners' blockade, before being kidnapped and then killed by his captors
(3rd UPDATE) The two European countries reach a compromise after getting 95 votes each. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan defeats Thailand to win the seat reserved for Asia.
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'Who are we to judge and to deny someone who wants to modify their sexual identity?' says Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia
Gabriela Zapata, former partner of Bolivian President Evo Morales, claims he is the father of her child
The move marks the second legal action taken by Bolivia against Chile at the Netherlands-based court that oversees disputes between countries
(UPDATED) With 99.49% of votes counted, the electoral board reports that 51.31% of voters cast 'no' ballots in the referendum, against 48.69% voting 'yes'
Morales insists on waiting for full results to trickle in from rural areas where he has strong support, and from abroad
(UPDATED) Earlier, local media projected that Bolivians had denied Morales' bid to seek a fourth term and potentially extend his presidency until 2025
With the sting of a mosquito bite and a fever, many pregnant women may not know that they caught the Zika virus – until it strikes their unborn child
'She has not traveled outside the country. This is a home-grown case.'
In power since 2006, Morales could potentially extend his presidency to 2025, following a constitutional amendment approved by Congress.
Let's discuss the Pope's questions: 'Do we truly realize that something is wrong in a world where there are so many farmworkers without land, so many families without a home, so many laborers without rights, so many persons whose dignity is not respected?'
The 78-year-old pope – in Paraguay on the last stop of a 3-nation tour of South America – also rails against ideologies and hammers home the central theme of his trip to his home continent: equality
The pope makes his comments in Bolivia, the second stop on a 3-nation tour to his home continent of South America
In Bolivia, the poorest country in South America, the first Latin American pope is expected to speak again about his new passion – his defense of 'Mother Earth'
The pope, recalling his encyclical last month which appealed for quick action against climate change, calls for the Earth to be left a better place for future generations
All 3 of the countries he is visiting are predominantly Catholic and have been marked by a long history of poverty and inequality mostly afflicting indigenous populations
The Catholic Church has about 1.2 billion followers globally, and Latin America represents the biggest portion of that population – but the region has seen declining numbers as more people turn to Protestant churches
Torrential rains have soaked the Atacama region, home to the world's driest desert, triggering flash floods that swept away entire villages in the Atacama and Antofagasta areas
The absences highlight splits in the vast Latin American region
The tropical glaciers of the Andes Mountains are melting at worrying speed, raising scientists' fears that many will disappear before anything can be done to save them
Welcome to Latin America, where crosswalk lights are more decorative than functional, speed limits are ignored, right of way to pedestrians is a myth and traffic lights are disdained.
Morales, the country's first indigenous president, finished about 40 points ahead of his nearest rival, wealthy cement magnate Samuel Doria Medina
Morales stands to extend his time in office to 14 years, until January 2020, after Bolivia's Supreme Court ruled last year that his first term was exempt from a new constitution adopted in 2009
By reducing the legal limit to 10 years old from 14, lawmakers hope to help eradicate extreme poverty from the South American country by 2025
The new bronze clock replaces a traditional time piece with Roman numerals on the legislative building in the heart of La Paz, which was first inaugurated in 1905
Leaders of developing nations plus China meet to draft a global anti-poverty agenda at a summit that also showcases Latin America's burgeoning relationship with the Asian giant
Bolivia sacks 702 members of its military after about 2,000 sergeants from its services joined a protest in uniform as it went through downtown La Paz
The move came a day after the Venezuelan leader broke off relations with Panama following its call for a meeting of the rival Washington-based Organization of American States
Despite the tragedy, the local folklore association vows to keep the festival running
US national Jacob "Ostreicher has left our country illegally... with the knowledge and participation of US government officials," Interior Minister Carlos Romero told a briefing
The US Ambassador arrives in Manila, assures continued support to Yolanda victims
A top Brazil diplomat admits helping a Bolivian opposition senator escape to Brazil
Latin American bloc Mercosur reiterates to the United Nations its indignation over US espionage practices revealed by Edward Snowden
Spanish foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo says Spain was told that Snowden was aboard the plane of Bolivian President Evo Morales
Finished film will still be in line with director's "progressive" cinema
(UPDATE) Bolivian Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca accused France, Italy and Portugal of having denied airspace to the plane, forcing it to reroute
(UPDATE) Snowden was denied asylum by a host of countries after applying for a safe haven in 21 nations spanning the globe
(UPDATE) Snowden accused Obama of ordering his Vice President Joe Biden to put pressure on leaders of countries where he was seeking asylum
President Evo Morales accuses the US development agency of meddling in the country's internal affairs
Lionel Messi scored once and set up two goals as Argentina beat Venezuela, 3-0, to remain in control of the South American World Cup qualifying race.
(UPDATE) Hundreds of thousands waved flags and chanted 'Chavez lives' as his hearse crawled across the capital in a seven-hour trip from the hospital where he died to a military academy
Latin America mourned the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday, March 5, as the United States expressed hope his passing would lead to improved relations
Doctors for ailing Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez refused to let Bolivian President Evo Morales see his close ally when he went to Caracas this week, Morales said Wednesday
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