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COVID-19: Latin America could be "new hotspot"
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Latin America: UN urges collaboration to prevent economic crisis
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Chile's once robust economy devastated by COVID-19
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Venezuelan migrants stranded after border with Colombia closed
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Brazil, Mexico coronavirus deaths hit daily record
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Latin America: Economic inequality makes coronavirus worse
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Mexico president clashes with governors on reopening
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Appetite for travel rebounds despite pandemic
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La Gacilly Photo Festival kicks off with 'Viva Latina!' theme
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Latin America Is Losing The Battle Against COVID-19
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Latin America and the Caribbean surpass Europe's number of coronavirus cases
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Latin America outbreak: COVID-19 inflicts stark economic losses
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Costa Rica outbreak: Mass testing before international reopening
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Brazil's outbreak: Health workers struggle to reach remote areas
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Chile hospital gives families rare chance to say goodbye
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COVID-19 cases in Latin America exceed 2 million
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Brazil’s COVID-19 crisis spirals out of control
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Argentina expected to extend coronavirus controls in capital
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'This way is the American way': Pelosi on DACA ruling
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Coronavirus deaths surge in Brazil, Mexico as regional leaders look to reopenThe number of coronavirus deaths in Brazil blew past Italy's toll on Thursday, while Mexico reported a record number of new cases, as regional leaders in Latin America push to end quarantine measures..
Mexico sees record coronavirus increase, 816 more deathsThe number of new novel coronavirus infections in Mexico reported on Thursday surpassed the record set just the previous day, and officials reported 816 more deaths as the pandemic engulfs Latin..
Mexico reports record toll of coronavirus deaths, new infectionsMexican health authorities reported 1,092 novel coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, the country's highest toll in one day so far, with total infections surging past 100,000 as the Latin American country..
Brazil sets another record for daily coronavirus deathsBrazil registered another new record number of new coronavirus deaths over the last 24 hours, the health ministry said on Tuesday evening, as the pandemic in Latin America's largest country shows no..
Global coronavirus cases surpass 6 millionGlobal coronavirus cases surpassed 6 million on Saturday, according to a Reuters tally, as Latin America reported a grim milestone of 50,000 deaths from the disease.
In Brazil's shadow, laid-back Uruguay curbs COVID-19Leonardo Silveira, a bookstore owner in Montevideo, is hopeful about the future as Uruguay begins a gradual reopening. The small country has kept rates of COVID-19 at one of the lowest levels in Latin..
WHO says the Americas are new COVID-19 epicenter as deaths surge in Latin AmericaThe Americas have emerged as the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a Tuesday briefing, as a U.S. study forecast deaths surging in Brazil and other..
White House brings forward Brazil travel restrictions by two daysThe White House on Monday brought forward by two days restrictions on travel to the United States from Brazil that were announced after the Latin American country became the world's No. 2 coronavirus..
Global coronavirus cases surpass 5 million, infections rising in South AmericaGlobal coronavirus cases surpassed 5 million on Wednesday, with Latin America overtaking the United States and Europe in the past week to report the largest portion of new daily cases globally.
Venezuela's Guaido says Iran fuel shipment ought to alarm Latin AmericaIran's fuel shipment to gasoline-starved Venezuela ought to "alarm" Latin America, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said on Wednesday, as five Iranian fuel tankers head towards the South..
Coronavirus deaths in Latin America exceed 30,000: Reuters tallyDeaths from the coronavirus in Latin America have surpassed 30,000, a Reuters tally showed on Monday. The figure represents 9.61% of all deaths worldwide, according to data compiled by Reuters.
Brazil and Mexico report record surge in coronavirus cases as Latin America reelsBrazil and Mexico on Thursday reported a record one-day rise in new coronavirus cases, just as leaders of both countries intensified attempts to reopen their economies even as the spread of the virus..
Mexico's president pushes back on government forecast coronavirus could impoverish millionsMexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pushed back on Thursday against a government report that forecast the coronavirus pandemic could drag millions of Mexicans into extreme poverty in Latin..
Women, migrants, minorities to suffer most in Latin America as coronavirus rages: U.N. agencyThe coronavirus pandemic will make a bad economic situation worse for women, indigenous people, migrants and people of African descent in Latin America, a region already plagued by deep-rooted..
'Dengue kills too' - Latin America faces two epidemics at onceAs the coronavirus kills thousands and dominates government attention across Latin America, another deadly viral infection is quietly stalking the region.
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U.N. triples coronavirus appeal to $6.7 billion to help poor countriesThe United Nations on Thursday more than tripled its appeal to help vulnerable countries combat the spread and destabilizing effects of the coronavirus pandemic, asking for $6.7 billion to help 63..
Transgender people face discrimination, violence amid Latin American quarantinesAlis Nicolette Rodriguez is bracing themself, nervously looking over their shopping list and preparing in case someone tries to bar their way at the grocery store. It has happened before.
Prison contagion in Americas 'deeply worrying', U.N. saysOvercrowded, unhygienic prisons in Latin America and the spread of the new coronavirus both in regional prisons and in the United States are a source of "major concern", the U.N. rights office (OHCHR)..
Brazil's Bolsonaro headlines anti-democratic rally, amid alarm over handling of virusBrazil's President Jair Bolsonaro attacked Congress and the courts in a speech to hundreds of supporters on Sunday, underlining the former army captain's increasing isolation as he downplays the..
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WHO warns on supply disruptions in coronavirus crisis, seeks more air capacityThe World Health Organization (WHO) appealed for more flight capacity on Tuesday to step up shipments of diagnostic tests and protective equipment to areas where COVID-19 is spreading, especially Latin..
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Trump says U.S. sending ventilators, coronavirus help to Latin America, AsiaThe United States will send ventilators to three countries in Latin America - Ecuador, El Salvador and Honduras - as well as to Indonesia, President Donald Trump said on Friday, as the coronavirus..
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Mexico coronavirus cases top 10,000 as sickly economy contractsMexico reported on Wednesday it now has over 10,000 cases of coronavirus, the fifth-highest tally in Latin America, as containment measures and rock-bottom crude prices wreak economic havoc on the..
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Coronavirus cases in Ecuador top 10,000, doubling about once a weekEcuador reported over 10,000 cases of coronavirus on Monday, the fourth-highest tally in Latin America, as the disease ravages the economy of the oil-producing country.
Coronavirus cases in Peru top 15,000, second highest in Latin AmericaPeru reported over 15,000 cases of coronavirus on Sunday, the second-highest tally in Latin America, as the disease continues to ravage the economy of the world's No. 2 copper producer.
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'It's Covid! Stay away!' Latin America's health workers face rising hostilityShoved to the ground, splashed with bleach or glared at on public transportation, health workers face a growing tide of hostility across Latin America for potentially spreading COVID-19.
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