Football action resumes on the continent after a six-month suspension because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In spite of 150 days of lockdown, Argentina’s infection rate and death toll continue to rise.
Indigenous people around the world live in remote areas without adequate health facilities, clean water, sanitation.
UN warns that poverty across the region will rise by 7 percent, an increase equivalent to 45 million people.
Argentina gives athletes due to compete in next year’s delayed Olympic games in Japan special permission to train.
Countries are struggling with the economic impact of pandemic-related restrictions, which may not be over yet.
Coronavirus infections in Latin America and the Caribbean climb as measures to contain pandemic have differing success.
Argentina is embroiled in a bitter dispute that goes to the heart of the country’s identity and how it plans to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.
Jair Bolsonaro’s statement came despite condemnation over his handling of a record number of wildfires apparently linked to illegal farming and logging.
President says Brazil should have autonomy over Amazon, as law for developing indigenous land is pushed out.