Add to MyYahoo RSS

South America News

News on South America continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.

2 hrs ago | Guitar World

Exodus Reveal Cover Art for New Album, 'Blood In, Blood Out'

Legendary thrash metal band Exodus have revealed the art for their upcoming album, Blood In, Blood Out , which will be released in the fall via Nuclear Blast.


Related Topix: Thrash-Metal, Exodus, Metal, Metallica, World News, Brazil, Fulton County, GA, Atlanta, GA, Theater, Arts

6 hrs ago | The Economist

Bello: I, the Supreme

NO SOONER had Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia's president, secured himself a second term in a run-off election in June than he announced that he wants to prevent such a thing happening again.


Related Topix: World News, Colombia, Rafael Correa

10 hrs ago | Daily Herald

"Rio 2" is Second Surprise Movie in Wednesday Morning Movie Series

"Rio 2" is the second surprise movie and the final film in Classic Cinemas' Wednesday Morning Movie Series on August 6th.


Related Topix: Rio, World News, Brazil, Anne Hathaway

14 hrs ago | United Methodist Church

Seminary welcomes Mexican, Colombian pastors

Ricardo Aldana Mogollon, a Methodist pastor from Colombia, enjoys a pickup soccer game outside Prothro Hall at Southern Methodist University's Perkins School of Theology.


Related Topix: World News, Colombia, Methodist, Religion, Colombia Travel, Travel, Southern Methodist University, North America Travel, Mexico Travel, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Wed Jul 30, 2014

Christian Science Monitor

Argentina debt default 101: What's at stake?

Argentina is on the brink of its second default this century after losing a long court battle with a group of US bondholders.


Related Topix: Argentina, World News

International Business Times

Film Maker Kieth Famie Inspired by the Death of a Cancer Patient

Her October funeral served as its centerpiece. Famie is a 10-time Emmy-winning filmmaker.


Related Topix: Emmy Awards, Entertainment, Television, Travel, Brazil Travel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Travel, World News, South America Travel, Brazil, Medicine

God Has A New Home: A $300 Million Mega Temple In Sao Paulo

"If you were to meet God himself in his own house, what would you wear?" This question was asked by the bishop Renato Cardoso, from the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God from Brazil, in an official video released by the church and intended to instruct the guests and the faithful who tomorrow will be attending the inauguration of Solomon's ... (more)


Related Topix: World News, Brazil, Travel, Brazil Travel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Travel, South America Travel, Uruguay Travel, Brazil, Uruguay Travel

Southland Times

Bubbly ending to Awarua space mission

Five empty bottles sat on top of the microwave in the little base, one each for the opening of the station and the four missions before yesterday's finale, while the five corks with the date of each milestone written on the bottom sat on the whiteboard.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, Space, World News, French Guiana

The Ecologist

Brazil: death threats stalk Amazon shaman Davi Kopenawa

As gold miners face eviction from Yanomami territory in the Brazilian Amazon, a rising tempo of death threats have been directed against the shaman Davi Kopenawa following his successful campaign.


Related Topix: Brazil, World News

Venezuelans struggle with shortages

A genie appears from a lamp in the hands of an astonished Venezuelan boy to declare: ''You can ask for anything - except toilet paper!'' The world's highest inflation and shortages of basics from milk to toilet roll are really no laughing matter for Venezuelans, but they find solace in a thriving comedy scene lampooning the governance behind the ... (more)


Related Topix: World News, Venezuela, Hugo Chavez

The Baltimore Sun

U.S. restricts travel by Venezuelan officials

The United States imposed travel restrictions on Wednesday on some Venezuelan government officials it accuses of rights abuses in a crackdown on protests against President Nicolas Maduro this year.


Related Topix: World News, Venezuela, Prison, OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), Hugo Chavez, US Politics, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Bill Nelson

Jamaica Observer

PHOTOS: Other Jamaicans competing at the Commonwealth Games

2 - Gareth Henry of Jamaica competes in the badminton men's singles against Paul Georges of Mauritius in the first round of singles competition yesterday at the Emirates Arena.


Related Topix: Falkland Islands, World News


Colombian city on alert after attack

Authorities in the Colombian city of Buenaventura, on the Pacific coast, have temporarily banned the sale of alcohol and the carrying of arms.


Related Topix: World News, Colombia

Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Rio Times

New Tours Discover the Street Art of Rio de Janeiro

Street art in Rio gives new meaning to the expression 'painting the town' with the vast number of scrawls and spray paintings that color the city.


Related Topix: Travel, Brazil Travel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Travel, World News, South America Travel, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina Travel, Argentina Travel, Graphic Design, Arts

KHOU-TV Houston

Arianespace launches rocket from French Guiana

Arianespace has launched a rocket from French Guiana carrying a robotic cargo ship to deliver provisions to the International Space Station.


Related Topix: World News, French Guiana

Foreign Policy

Venzueula's Latest Victory Is... Saving a Suspected Drug Lord?

Within the pantheon of Latin American political archetypes, few figures are as reviled as the intelligence cheif, whose cowled outline is often found nestled beside populist strongmen and tin pot dictators alike.


Related Topix: Prison, Netherlands, Europe, World News, Venezuela, Terrorism

Want To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint? Choose Mackerel Over Shrimp

A fisherman pulls a basket filled with anchovies aboard a fishing boat off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, in 2012.


Related Topix: Peru, World News

West Australian

Argentina hopes for last-minute exit as default looms

With one day remaining to stave off its second default in 13 years, Argentina voiced hope Tuesday for a last-minute solution but repeated its unwillingness to budge in negotiations with creditors.


Related Topix: Argentina, World News

The Baltimore Sun

Colombia's Marxist ELN rebels to blame for explosions: police

Colombia's Marxist ELN rebels detonated four small explosive devices around the capital, Bogota, early Tuesday morning, causing no injuries but damaging a highway overpass and other structures, police told local media.


Related Topix: World News, Colombia, Alvaro Uribe


Push to flood iron ore market crushes smaller suppliers

A faster-than-expected increase in iron ore production by the world's biggest miners in Australia and Brazil this year is pushing less efficient smaller suppliers of the steel-making raw material to the edge.


Related Topix: World News, Brazil