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'Begging for food': Migrant workers claim they have been duped over jobs, Kiwi life
About 200 people are believed to have paid thousands for visas and job offers.
Deadly floodwaters hit Mexico, California braces for first tropical storm in 84 years
Hilary is the first tropical storm to hit Southern California in 84 years.
Airline pilot dies after medical emergency at controls of Santiago flight
Crew announced the diversion for a medical emergency. They did not say it was the pilot.
Anti-corruption Ecuadorean presidential candidate killed at campaign event
Victim was an outspoken critic of corruption in increasingly violent nation.
Indigenous leader has inspired an Amazon city to grant personhood to an endangered river
The river Laje in non-Indigenous maps, is vital to the Oro Waram.
The historic hotel where you can get exclusive access to the best views of The Iguazu Falls
Why chase waterfalls when you can live next to them?
Big-wave surfer Maya Gabeira - the girl from Ipanema
An edited extract from Nazaré: Life and Death with the Big Wave Surfers.
Declared dead again: Woman who revived during her wake dies after week in hospital
76-year-old woman who revived during her wake has been declared dead again.
'Anarcho-capitalist' Javier Milei gains support in Argentina
Milei is the latest example of right-wing populists making inroads in Latin America.
Guyana dorm blaze that killed 19 children was deliberately set by student
Many of the nine victims hospitalised are in serious condition.
Fears for children who survived plane crash, 16 days alone in Colombian jungle
After jubilation the Colombian president is managing expectations.
Second death in two weeks of migrant child in custody
The second death in custody of a child migrant from Latin America in two weeks.
Patagonia: a destination that always puts our planet first
Even with 300,000 annual visitors, Torres del Paine scarcely looks touched.
‘El Chapo’ sons charged with smuggling cheap fentanyl to US
While El Chapo serves life sentence, his sons steer the business into fentanyl.
Bean there, done that: Would you travel to Colombia for a latte?
Coffee lovers listen up, Colombia is your dream destination.
'There's no money’: The country reeling under 100% inflation
Prices of essential items, including food, have doubled in a year, people dying of hunger.
Falklands are British, UK says as Argentina pulls out of agreement, seeks new talks
The longstanding dispute over the South Atlantic territory sparked a 1982 war.