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Latest Chile Items
The Guatemalan government Monday blamed the Mexican drug gang, the Zetas, for a massacre of 29 ranch workers in a rural province near the Mexican border.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff returned to the Brazilian capital Monday after spending the night in a Sao Paulo hospital, where she was treated for pneumonia, her office said.
A newly released State Department cable reveals Chinese intelligence-gathering efforts in Chile and U.S. concerns that Beijing's growing ties to the Chilean military will compromise U.S. defense secrets shared with the South American nation's armed forces.
A Russian capsule delivered three new astronauts to the International Space Station on Wednesday, doubling the size of the crew just in time for a pair of major space anniversaries.
Embracing a recent invitation by the Castro brothers, Jimmy Carter visited Cuba last week. "We greeted each other as old friends," gushed the former president after his meeting with Fidel Castro.
President Obama opened the final leg of his Latin American tour Tuesday in El Salvador, a critical partner on immigration and narcotics wars, both issues of increasing concern to the United States.
Police in Chile said a small bomb exploded and broke some windows at a U.S. cultural institute hours ahead of President Obama's arrival.
President Barack welcomed Brazil's rise as an economic power and said the United States would be an eager customer for its oil exports as he opened a Latin America tour Saturday against the backdrop of an escalating Western military showdown with Libya's Moammar Gadhafi.
Chile and the U.S. are signing a nuclear energy accord, despite fears of radiation spreading in Japan after a devastating earthquake and tsunami severely damaged nuclear reactors.