Tagged With Latin America

Here's what Iran might be up to in the US's neighbourhood after lobbing missiles into Iraq

4 ways China is gaining ground in Latin America, according to the US's top military commander in the region

400 murders a day: 10 reasons why Latin America is the world's most violent place

Investors are waiting 'anxiously' to hear from Argentina's next potential president after a surprise election result sent markets crashing

There are 2 areas where Uber's competitors could leave the ride-hailing giant in the dust

Meet Bad Bunny, the gender-bending Puerto Rican rapper taking over YouTube

The US military is on 'the balls of its feet' about Venezuela's crisis — here's what that means, according to a former NATO commander

Some 'Game of Thrones' fans were outraged after HBO and Hulu outages prevented them from watching the season premiere

These were the 50 most violent cities in the world in 2018

John Bolton says Venezuela's Maduro could end up in a 'beach area like Guantánamo'

Almost every country in Latin America sided with Trump against Venezuela's embattled President Maduro

Amazon is selling directly to customers in Brazil for the first time ever — but a tough retail climate might make the company 'uncomfortable'

A former US ambassador to Venezuela lays out what could be ahead for the crisis-ridden country

John Bolton praised Brazil’s new far-right, pro-torture president, and called him a 'like-minded leader'

Brazil's currency is soaring after far-right candidate wins first round of presidential election

Brazil's unpredictable presidential election is 'on a knife edge' — here's what it could mean for markets

Officials keep talking about intervening in Venezuela, and it's drawing an ominous comparison

The foreign-born population in the US is larger and more educated than ever, according to 2 key reports on the group

Brazil took an 'extreme measure' to fight crime in one of its biggest cities, but it's only made things worse

Mattis gave a blunt warning against generals becoming politicians, and in neighbouring country where this is happening