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7 Amazing Sights to See in Central America
Despite Mexico's soaring popularity as a holiday destination, the rest of Central America seems to have fallen by the wayside. Years of turmoil may have put visitors off, but there ...
June 20, 2014
Accounting for a World Cup
When soccer’s world governing body FIFA announced in August 2000 that future World Cup hosting duties would be ...
June 15, 2014
Ross van der Linde
When Soccer Made Brazil
Soccer landed in Brazil (and throughout Latin America) at the moment of the creation of the modern nation ...
June 15, 2014
How Google Earth Images Could Help Save Amazonian Tribes
Monitoring the populations of “uncontacted” tribes via Google Earth satellite images may be a noninvasive way help insure ...
April 26, 2014
9 Deadliest Snakes in the World
Some of the world's deadliest snakes are aggressive and quick-to-strike, while others pack potent venom but will only ...
February 19, 2014
What Does Ukraine Stand to Gain from Farming Deal with China?
A deal signed between Ukrainian and Chinese authorities last month may impact up to 3 million hectares of ...
October 7, 2013
Southern Peanut Stew with Sweet Potatoes
Recipe for South American peanut stew with sweet potatoes.
October 1, 2013
Epoch Times Staff
Could Ancient Peruvians Soften Stone?
If you take a look at some of the masonry in South America's megalithic structures and walls, such ...
September 18, 2013
Equinox: March 20 is Spring in the North, Autumn in the South
March 20 is the first day of spring, or autumn, depending on what side of the equator you ...
March 20, 2013
Uncontacted Tribes in the Amazon: Isolated by Choice
The startling images of an uncontacted Brazilian tribe taken from a plane a few years ago had many ...
February 5, 2013
Rio Takes Tradition High Tech for Tourists
As Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the 2016 Olympics, the city has launched an innovated approach to ...
January 28, 2013
Adventure Traveling in Brazil
Adventure traveling and ecotourism are becoming more popular in Brazil.
January 7, 2013
Farming in Brazil’s Amazonas: Preserving the Hands That Feed
A program in Brazil's Amazonas helps farmers generate income while preserving the rainforest.
December 27, 2012
On Mission to Help the Environment With Surfing
Brazilian couple promotes surfing boards made out of plastic bottles to make surfing accessible for all children and ...
December 10, 2012
Argentina Facing Technical Default in December
Argentina is ordered to repay two hedge funds still holding debt from the 2002 default at face value. ...
November 23, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
48 Killed After Quake Hits Guatemala
Guatemala was shaken by a magnitude-7.4 earthquake that left at least 48 people dead in a mountainous area ...
November 8, 2012
Argentina Law Lowers Voting Age to 16
Argentina passed a new law that will allow voters as young as 16 to vote.
November 1, 2012
Brazilian President Vetoes Parts of New Forest Code
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff vetoed nine items on the provisional measure passed by the Congress to alter the ...
November 1, 2012
Clashes in Peru’s Capital Leave Two Dead
Two people died and more than two dozen were injured as rioters clashed with police in the Peruvian ...
October 28, 2012
Brazil Denies Tribe is Planning Mass Suicide
An entire Brazilian tribe reportedly threatened to commit mass suicide earlier this week over a land issue, but ...
October 25, 2012
Google News Loses Brazilian Newspapers
The vast majority of Brazil’s newspapers have opted out of Google News, saying that the service is bad ...
October 21, 2012
Brazil Bolsters Efforts Against Amazon Deforestation
Brazil is stepping up its efforts to halt the illegal deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.
October 16, 2012
Hugo Chavez Re-Elected in Venezuela
President Hugo Chavez was elected for another term that will see him rule the country until 2019.
October 8, 2012
Venezuela’s Voters Cast Their Ballots
Venezuelan voters cast their ballots in elections on Sunday in what appears to be the toughest political challenge ...
October 7, 2012
Colombian President’s Cancer Operation Successful
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is recovering on Wednesday after successful surgery to remove non-aggressive prostate cancer, according ...
October 3, 2012
Peruvian Coca Production Increasing, UN Says
Peru is now the second leading producer of coca, the main precursor plant in making cocaine, according to ...
September 27, 2012
Colombia Seeks Answers for Missing Soldiers
Colombia's oldest rebel group should provide answers on the whereabouts or situations of around 60 missing soldiers, the ...
September 25, 2012
Hong Kong Mops Up After Fresh Violence, Braces for October 1 Anniversary
Trump Hails $500 Million Aussie Paper Mill Project in Ohio as ‘Shining Example’ of Fair Trade
3 Dead, 4 Hospitalized After Suspected Drug Overdose in Pittsburgh: Reports
Protesters and Police Clash in Another Weekend of Tension in Hong Kong
Court Rules That Gender Concerns Override Religious Principles
Modi Invites Trump to Rally in Show of Unity in Houston
‘Things Are Being Implied That Don’t Exist,’ Mnuchin Says of Trump’s Ukraine Call