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Quinoa is good for you and for Andean farmers

© Tomas Munita/ITC Why your quinoa salad is good for rural communities in the Andes, and how to make it even tastier Worried that your love for quinoa is making the protein-rich grain unaffordable in Latin America? Don't be. A new study...Show More Summary

The 38 Essential São Paulo Restaurants

São Paulo is arguably the most important food city in Latin America: It's ranked number eight on World Cities Culture Forum's list of cities with the highest overall number of restaurants — more than 12,000 in all. Not for nothing, Michelin...Show More Summary

Brokerages repeat their bullish calls on Netflix, citing growth

Several brokerages repeated their bullish call on Netflix, citing potential growth for the company in both Latin America and Europe. According to Barron's, Piper Jaffray repeated its overweight rating on the stock and its $122 price target, while U        

GIVEN WHAT CUBANS DID IN MOZAMBIQUE THEY ARE A COUNTRY IN LATIN AMERICA WHO KNOWS A LOT ABOUT IMPERI…

GIVEN WHAT CUBANS DID IN MOZAMBIQUE THEY ARE A COUNTRY IN LATIN AMERICA WHO KNOWS A LOT ABOUT IMPERIALISM: But of course that’s not what they mean! Fidel Castro, Evo Morales discuss ‘imperialist efforts’ in Latin America.  I mean, Fidel could teach a master class about the how tos of kleptocracy, tyranny and imperialism.

Any Cabrera, veteran AP LatAm editor, reporter, dies at 60

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Any Cabrera, a veteran AP journalist who covered many of Latin America’s biggest stories during 33 years as a reporter and editor, died suddenly Monday morning at her home in Mexico City. Cabrera, 60, was the news editor of the AP’s Spanish-language news service, based in Mexico City. She worked with […]

95 Hulk, 91 Tevez lead FIFA 16 Russian League, Latin America TOTS

Three blue squads in packs at once. Let's go. Another Monday sees EA drop two more mid-major Teams of the Season bringing us to three being out concurrently. After the Lower English Leagues and Benelux teams led things off and the Portuguese...Show More Summary

Samsung’s Launching People Campaign Concludes with Creativity Marathon in Mexico

Wrapping up its “Launching People – Mixed Talents” campaign in Latin America, Samsung Electronics held a creativity marathon from May 11 to May 12 in Mexico City to encourage the region’s youth to work for the democratization of access to information. Show More Summary

Dominican Republic markets in everything fact of the day

A 2011 Vanderbilt University survey found 22 percent of Dominican voters had been offered money or goods in exchange for their vote, the highest percentage in Latin America and the Caribbean. After the 1996 election, former U.S. President...Show More Summary

Fidel Castro, Evo Morales discuss 'imperialist efforts' in Latin America

HAVANA (Reuters) - Retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro and Bolivian President Evo Morales discussed "imperialist efforts" to undo leftist progress in Latin America during Morales' two-day visit to the Communist-ruled island, Cuban state television reported on Saturday.

Meet Latin America's First Eco-Friendly Cultural Center

Artist Francisco Toledo integrates Oaxaca’s tradition for arts and crafts to new art audiences.

Sony Pictures Classics Acquires ‘The Red Turtle’ For North & Latin America – Cannes

In its third acquisition of an Official Selection title here in Cannes, Sony Pictures Classics has taken North and Latin American rights to Michael Dudok de Wit’s The Red Turtle. The animated film premiered yesterday in Un Certain Regard...Show More Summary

Future of Telenovelas Split at Telemundo and Univision as the Genre Evolves

Much like their American cousin the soap opera, telenovelas, which originated in Latin America, have the same sappy tone, breakneck production schedule and five-times-a-week run. But as U.S. Hispanic audiences get younger and savvier, the two leading Spanish-language TV networks in the U.S. Show More Summary

Donald Trump nemesis Jorge Ramos talks election 2016 and the battle for immigrant rights

Journalist and author Jorge Ramos is the voice of Univision and of myriad Latinos here and throughout Latin America. He's the television reporter whose question about deportations riled candidate Donald Trump, and he's a formidable voice about and for immigrants - people, he says, who don't come...

MTI Finds New Patterns in Transit Use and Access Among Low-Income Latino Immigrants

The steady growth of immigration to this country makes it likely that many immigrants will move here from Latin America over the next four decades.

Regrowing Latin American Forests Could Significantly Help With Global Warming

Forests re-grown on lands that had been cleared for agriculture in Latin America could play a key role in trapping carbon from the atmosphere and mitigating climate change if they are managed properly, researchers said in a study published...Show More Summary

First Brazil, Next Venezuela: Will the World See a Coup in Caracas?

As the right wing goes on the attack across Latin America, Radio Sputnik’s Brian Becker takes a look at the latest political developments on the continent with Professor Frederick Mills and Venezuela Solidarity Campaign UK secretary Dr. Francisco Dominguez.

Top 3 Pantanal lodges in Brazil

The Brazilian Pantanal is a wildlife haven and one of the best places in Latin America for birds and mammals. The largest flood plain in the world, it spans 53 thousand hectares offering an exciting array of wildlife and birds and stunning views. Show More Summary

Latin America’s Properati Raises $2M to Fund Growth

Online Latin American real estate site Properati has raised USD $2 million in a new financing round led by Neveq II, NXTP Labs, and Telor International Limited.

Brazil's Temer wants proposal for pension reform within 30 days

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian interim President Michel Temer agreed with union leaders on Monday to draft a blueprint for overhauling the creaking pension system within a month, as he seeks to restore confidence in Latin America's largest economy.

Russia Offers to Lend a Hand to Help Protect Latin American States Under Pressure from the US

“Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela are only the most obvious examples,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Serguei Ryabkov Monday. Russia is willing to help Latin America assert itself against U.S. intervention in political affairs, said Deputy Foreign Minister Serguei Ryabkov Monday. Show More Summary

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