As Argentina’s economy spirals, locals are turning to acts of solidarity to help those worse off in Buenos Aires.
Youths in Argentina can vote as soon as they turn 16 and most are lean away from the economic right.
The South American nation remains deeply divided between those who see ousted President Evo Morales as a champion of the indigenous and downtrodden, and those who see him as an autocrat in the making.
Ever since Juan Doming Peron first came to power in 1943, his style of politics has been interwoven into Argentina’s social fabric, as a Peronist party comes to power again, what does this mean for the country?
Protests against a now cancelled metro fare rise quickly escalated into a movement against inequality in Chile.
Public education is considered low quality due to what protesters say is a lack of investment in resources and teacher wages.
More than a million Chileans have taken to the streets calling for reforms of the country’s economic structure but it was a hike to metro fares that proved the spark for unrest.
Former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner returns to office as vice president with former minister Alberto Fernandez set to take the top position.
Many Chileans see similarities between the Chile of today and the one under General Pinochet’s rule.
With poor working conditions and wages as low as a few dollars a month in their home country, some Venezuelans have no choice but to seek greener pastures.
With an intensifying Argentine recession, the Venezuelan diaspora are caught up in another crisis.
President Mauricio Macri has struggled to contain runaway inflation and could pay the price in October’s presidential election.
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