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Hundreds of community leaders have been assassinated amid fighting involving dissident guerrillas, rightwing paramilitaries and other groups
Alberto Fernández sacrifices cabinet chief after heavy defeat in midterm primaries
An uncompromising ideologue, his Shining Path movement killed thousands in Peru
Observers worry rightwing president will lose control of most radical supporters as election nears
Many in the corporate and financial world who once backed the president are now losing faith
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Eduardo Leite, who came out as gay in July, is appealing to business with a liberal economic agenda
President Alberto Fernández could lose senate majority if results are repeated in November
Voters have consistently highlighted economy as main concern ahead of election
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Central banks in the region are forced to raise rates, some aggressively
More than in the developed world, rising prices already pose a real threat to stability
Ecuador’s Andrés Arauz argues there’s no legal basis for central banks to appropriate the IMF’s fresh SDR allocation.
Tens of thousands flock to largest cities to show backing for populist president
Ruling by Cape Verde court paves way for Colombian businessman Alex Saab to be flown to US
Fresh round of talks also yields joint statement on border dispute with Guyana
World’s biggest producer says no risk to humans after confirming ‘atypical’ incidents in two states
The former US president’s acolytes descend on Brasília to support a firebrand fellow traveller
Central bank forced to restrict use of its Pix money transfer app amid crime spree
High interest rates and an over-complicated credit system have led to a loans crisis for those most in need
Decision comes as bloc prepares for talks with President Maduro’s hardline socialist government
Annual growth estimates for Latin America’s largest economy downgraded as drought and looming election also bite
Developing countries offer to house evacuees until they can be resettled in wealthier nations
Prices jump after strict lockdown rules cause problems getting beans out of the country
Stocks and currency have pulled back from recent highs as analysts see ‘increase in risk’