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Match-fixing taints El Salvador team
Many national team players suspended under suspicion of match-fixing at games including CONCACAF Champs League fixture.
Last updated: 22 Aug 2013 12:34 GMT
UN troops enforcing security zone in DR Congo
UN plays down apparent disarmament ultimatum, as M23 rebels say they will fight back if attacked.
Last updated: 02 Aug 2013 06:03 GMT
Two people charged in Bolivia mob attack
Members of indigenous Quechua community charged with leading mob to bury alive teenager suspected of rape and murder.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2013 12:41 GMT
Colombia's Nasa caught by endless war
The Nasa people remain in the crossfire as fighting rages between the army and guerrilla forces.
Last updated: 29 Jul 2012 11:54 GMT
Santos claim Mexican crown
Santos Laguna avenge CONCACAF Champs League loss with victory over Monterrey in second leg of the Clausura final.
Last updated: 21 May 2012 11:51 GMT
The river traders of Brazil
There is a unique and dangerous commerce system at work in Amazonia, where children risk their lives for a few pennies.
Risking it all
Last updated: 08 Feb 2012 15:36 GMT
FARC leader dies, civil war continues
Despite concerns FARC will become fractured, the same grievances remain so Colombia's civil war will continue.
William Lloyd George
Last updated: 17 Nov 2011 16:30 GMT
Battle for 'birthplace of the sun' in Mexico
A struggle for a UNESCO-recognised site unfolds between Canadian mining companies and the Wixarika people in Mexico.
Tracy L. Barnett
Last updated: 28 Oct 2011 09:17 GMT
Expats divided on South Sudan's independence
The estimated 35,000 Sudanese expatriates in Qatar can only watch from afar as their nation splits in two on Saturday.
Last updated: 08 Jul 2011 15:39 GMT
Violence in the age of innocence
A UN study finds that progress has been slow in eliminating child abuse in Latin American countries.
Last updated: 30 Apr 2011 15:44 GMT
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Rising tide of UK anti-immigrant sentiment
Swathes of the British electorate continue to show discontent with all things European, including immigration.
A glimpse into the universe's oldest galaxies
Astronomers have captured images of primordial galaxies that helped light up the cosmos after the Big Bang.
The photo controversy over indigenous people
Critics assail British photographer's portrayal of indigenous people, but he says he's highlighting their plight.
'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
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Cruelty in Jerusalem
Iran nuke deal is no bargain
UN move will embolden North Korea officials
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