Racism, Sexism, and Politics Fueled Massacres in Bolivia, Says Report
The former interim president Jeanine Áñez could face trial for the abuses.
Tiny Guerrilla Group Behind Wave of Kidnappings and Killings in Paraguay
Despite the recent attacks, government neglect, poverty and repression by agribusiness lead some communities to offer “tacit support” to guerrillas.
Inside An Illegal Government Spy Ring in Argentina
“Spying against families who are looking for their loved ones, and on social organizations like soup kitchens, that’s incomprehensible.”
How Legalizing Cocaine's Base Ingredient Could Save Indigenous Lives
A top presidential candidate has proposed bolstering the country’s tiny existing legal coca industry in an effort to help reduce harm to locals in the major cocaine producing nation.
Argentina and Bolivia Are Done With the 'Looting' IMF
Bolivia has returned “irregular” credit to the institution, and Argentina has launched a criminal investigation into a massive 2018 loan.
Argentina Could Be the Best Place in the Americas to Get Your Period
It’s about bloody time. Argentina could grant students the right to a day off a month to deal with their periods.
Argentina Convicts Eight Men of Crimes Against Humanity During “Dirty War”
The decision concerns abhorrent human rights abuses at an infamous dictatorship-era detention center.
The Last Wild Jaguar in Argentina's El Impenetrable National Park Just Had Sex
Biologists set him up on a historic blind date, and he thinks she’s purrfect.
'We Aren't Terrorists': Coca Farmers Are Relieved Bolivia's New Government Is Leaving Them Alone
They spent the past year being “satanized” by a conservative interim government.
Free Medical Marijuana Will Be Available to the Uninsured in Argentina
Plenty of Argentines used medical cannabis already, but new regulations mean they won’t go to jail for it and they can get it for free.
Argentina Just Bulldozed a Camp Filled With Families Made Homeless by COVID
The government cleared out thousands of people, who claim they have nowhere else to go, to honor a private property deal.
‘It Will Be My Government’: Bolivia’s New Socialist President-Elect Says ‘No Role’ for Evo Morales
Morales, currently in exile, ruled Bolivia for 14 years. His party made an astonishing comeback in elections last week, but the victor Luis Arce is promising a break with the past. Newer, younger voices are standing in the wings.