03/18/2013 2:11amMany Brazilians cast their country as racial democracy where people of different groups long have intermarried, resulting in a large mixed-race population. But you need only turn on the TV, open the newspaper or stroll down the street to see clear evidence of segregation.
03/18/2013 8:25amWelcome to the new off-white America.
03/18/2013 3:21pmIncomplete official results show that the first female mayor of Peru's capital has narrowly survived a recall election but many of her closest allies on the city council have been voted out of office.
03/18/2013 4:47pmThe election of Pope Francis has thrilled Jewish leaders in Argentina, who predict that their friend will continue to foster warm relations and open dialogue between Catholicism and other faiths during his pontificate.
03/18/2013 4:57pmVenezuelan government candidate Nicolas Maduro enjoys a 14 percentage point advantage over his opposition challenger in the run-up to April 14 elections to replace the late President Hugo Chavez, a new poll finds.
03/18/2013 5:23pmVenezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles says he would stop trading oil to Cuba for services such as Cuban doctors providing medical care for Venezuela's poor.
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