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From left to right Guyana Goldfields CEO Scott Caldwell, Canadian High Commissioner Dr Nicole Giles, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Robert Persaud, and Prime Minister Samuel Hinds at a forum for stakeholders held yesterday by Guyana Goldfields.
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Colombian doctors discovered the 82-year-old woman was carrying the unborn baby after she went to hospital suffering from abdominal pain Doctors in Colombia discovered the 82-year-old woman was carrying the unborn baby after she went to hospital in Bogota suffering from abdominal pain.
Venezuela's murder rate has fallen by about a quarter this year, the government says, dismissing opponents' talk of ever-rising crime as propaganda.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos' popularity rose for a third straight month in December and he would be re-elected next year in a second-round vote, a poll published on Thursday showed.
The direct sales cosmetics player is now counting on its Latin American units to drive growth, as it experiences stagnant revenue from its core Brazilian market.
Victor Mooney , Executive Director and Founder of New York based South African Arts International has announced that " the Spirit of Malabo ", a twenty-four foot custom rowboat built in Brazil will be dedicated to the late Nelson Mandela during a five-thousand mile transatlantic row.
In this June 1, 2012 file photo, vehicles drive on a highway in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Heavy rains late last night and early this morning paralyzed much of Rio de Janeiro, a tropical metropolis scrambling to improve infrastructure to prepare to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
Argentina has no shortage of bookstores. In some of the busier shopping districts of Buenos Aires, it's not unusual to see half a dozen of them in a single block - all apparently doing brisk business.
BogotA 's Mayor Gustavo Petro on a waste collector truck from his 'Basura Cero' programme.
A recent report came to light last week stating that of the estimated 1,001 favela communities in Rio, nearly half are being controlled by illegal militia gangs - organized crime rings typically composed of current or ex-police.
Men carry lockers from a looted supermarket in Tucuman, northern Argentina on December 10, 2013.
In May 2008, Chile's Chaiten volcano violently erupted, spewing out clouds of dirty ash and illuminating the dark sky with a most unusual kind of lightning.
Rafael Braga Vieira, a homeless man from Rio de Janeiro, was sentenced to five years in prison for carrying a bottle of "Pinho Sol" disinfectant and bleach while a demonstration was taking place on June 20, 2013.