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US faces ire of Latin America over spying
Nations come together to express alarm at claims of widespread US spying on allies and critics alike.
Last updated: 11 Jul 2013 03:37 GMT
'Glowing' sheep herald medical breakthroughs
Uruguayan experiment has potential to help treat array of genetic problems from diabetes to haemophilia.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2013 07:35 GMT
Uruguay considers legalising marijuana
Legislation proposed by Uruguay's president could lead to marijuana being regulated and sold legally.
Last updated: 19 May 2013 20:15 GMT
Uruguay divided over legalising marijuana
President José Mujica's proposal concerning sale and distribution aims to stop the illegal drug trade.
Last updated: 19 May 2013 11:09 GMT
Justice beyond borders
The Plan Condor trial has reverberations beyond Argentina, offering the opportunity of justice denied to many victims.
Pierre-Louis Le Goff
Last updated: 27 Mar 2013 08:26 GMT
Power, privilege and climate change: A tale of two presidents
With less than five percent of the world's population, the US consumes about a quarter of the world's fossil fuels.
Last updated: 08 Feb 2013 11:45 GMT
UN peacekeepers detained in Haiti rape case
Four Uruguayan sailors charged with 'private violence' for alleged rape of Haitian man.
Last updated: 24 Sep 2012 23:34 GMT
Cold snap leaves over a dozen dead in Chile
The homeless have been particularly susceptible to the overnight low temperatures
Last updated: 15 Jul 2012 09:45 GMT
Haiti 'rape victim' testifies in Uruguay
Haitian teenager who says he was sexually assaulted by soldiers serving with UN gives deposition to investigating judge.
Last updated: 12 May 2012 14:56 GMT
Haiti 'rape victim' set for court testimony
Haitian teenager who says he was raped by Uruguayan members of UN peacekeeping force to testify in closed hearing.
Last updated: 10 May 2012 19:05 GMT
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Migrants in Italy: Arrival and survival
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How a women-only beach split Turkish society
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Reappearing the disappeared of Operation Condor
In Pictures: The Beslan massacre, 10 years on
The deadliest terror attack in modern Russia's history led to the deaths of 334 hostages, more than half children.
In Pictures: Kashmir's parkour generation
Inspired by Gaza's free runners and traceurs, parkour is making inroads in India-administered Kashmir.
In Pictures: India's water crisis deepens
As Global Water Week kicks off in Stockholm, world's second most populous city, New Delhi fights for water every day.
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