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Virus hits dozens of Latin leaders, including presidents
The COVID-19 pandemic is sweeping through the leadership of Latin America, with two more presidents and powerful officials testing positive this week for the new coronavirus, adding a destabilizing new element to the region’s public health and economic crises.
Virus death toll nears half a million as cases surge in US, Latin America
Coronavirus cases are surging across large parts of the United States and in Latin America, according to experts and figures, highlighting how far the world remains from stopping the pandemic as the global death toll neared half a million on Wednesday.
Global coronavirus deaths approach 400,000
The global death toll from the coronavirus neared 400,000 on Sunday with fatalities accelerating in Latin America.
Latin America's slums facing losing battle against virus spread
As the coronavirus pandemic swept across the globe, Latin America's slum dwellers waited defenseless in its path. Now, with the region becoming the new epicenter of the crisis, the virus is unleashing destruction on its most vulnerable populations.
Spread of coronavirus fuels corruption in Latin America
Even in a pandemic, there’s no slowdown for swindlers in Latin America.
Brazil virus deaths surge as pandemic bites in Latin America
Brazil recorded its highest number of coronavirus deaths in a day as Latin America began to feel the full force of the pandemic, while the World Health Organization agreed to investigate its response to the crisis.
Latin America's prisons reel from COVID-19
The last time Víctor Calderón saw his son, Miguel, alive was on the eve of Venezuela’s coronavirus shutdown in mid-March.
Women suffer as lockdown worsens Latin America's 'domestic hell'
Weeks of confinement imposed by the coronavirus pandemic is taking a chilling toll on women and girls across Latin America, where the number of calls to helplines have soared, made by victims of domestic violence who cannot flee.
IMF sees 'lost decade' of no growth in Latin America
The International Monetary Fund said the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, combined with other problems in recent years, meant Latin America and the Caribbean would likely see ‘no growth’ in the decade from 2015 to 2025.
World Bank sees plunge in Latin America,  South Asia
The new coronavirus pandemic could send economies tumbling this year across Latin America and the Caribbean, also South Asia, forcing governments to take ownership stakes in struggling major businesses, according to a World Bank report.
Virus could test Latin America's already ailing economy
For years, Dionisio Romero has relied for his livelihood on a magenta-colored dragon fruit that is wildly popular in Asia, planting dozens of the spindly trees at his farm near Ecuador’s Pacific coast.
'US has long history in staging coups in Latin America'
International human rights lawyer Edward Corrigan says the United States has a long history in staging coups in Latin American countries, including Bolivia.
China refutes ‘slanderous’ US criticism of Beijing’s role in Latin America
China has harshly denounced as “slanderous” accusations leveled by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo against Beijing’s policies in South America, saying it is Washington that has to be blamed for viewing Latin American countries as its own “backyard.”

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