Daniel Schweimler

Daniel Schweimler

Haiti

UN Peacekeepers to leave Haiti after 13 years

UN Peacekeepers have lowered their flag in Haiti 13 years after entering the country.

UN Peacekeepers to leave Haiti after 13 years

Latin America

UN peacekeepers pulling out of Haiti with controversial legacy

After 13 years, the UN Mission is pulling out of Haiti. It says its work is nearly done - after helping put the country back on the road to recovery.

UN peacekeepers pulling out of Haiti with controversial legacy

Latin America

Uruguay's legal marijuana business faces challenges by banks

Two months ago Uruguay became the world's first country to legalise the production and sale of marijuana throughout the entire country.

Uruguay's legal marijuana business faces challenges by banks

Latin America

Argentina's flooding crisis affects ranching community

Argentina has been hit by some of the worst flooding in recent years. It has lost more than a quarter of its grain production, and cattle are dying by the hundreds.

Argentina's flooding crisis affects ranching community

Latin America

Netanyahu arrives in Argentina for Latin America trip

Israeli prime minister is in Argentina in what is the first visit by an Israeli leader to the country.

Netanyahu arrives in Argentina for Latin America trip

Latin America

Bolivians divided over plan to build road through national park

A plan to build a road through a remote national park in Bolivia is causing controversy.

Bolivians divided over plan to build road through national park

Latin America

Bolivia's Morales criticised over road in biodiverse region

President travels to environmentally sensitive region to promote road-building project that he says will boost the economy.

Bolivia's Morales criticised over road in biodiverse region

Latin America

Venezuela's ex-prosecutor: I have corruption evidence on Maduro

Venezuela's sacked attorney general, Luisa Ortega, says she has strong evidence of corruption involving President Nicolas Maduro and some of his closest aides.

Venezuela's ex-prosecutor: I have corruption evidence on Maduro

Latin America

Brazil artists turn former government building into artistic hub

Empty and derelict, the site was wasted until 300 painters, sculptors, circus performers and musicians moved in, transforming it into an artistic hub.

Brazil artists turn former government building into artistic hub

Latin America

Argentina: Former President Kirchner launches new party

The former president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, has reappeared on the political scene more than a year and a half after her party was defeated in elections. She held a rally the capital Buenos Aires where she launched a new party.

Argentina: Former President Kirchner launches new party

Latin America

Argentina's indigenous march for lost land

Most of Argentina's indigenous community was wiped out by war and disease by the end of the 19th century. Those who survived say they have been pushed to marginal land in forgotten corners of the country.

Argentina's indigenous march for lost land

Latin America

Argentina floods damage homes in south

Southern Argentina has been hit by more rain in the past few days than the region has seen in several years. The downpour has caused mudslides that have damaged homes.

Argentina floods damage homes in south