05 February 2019
How the Pink Tide ebbed and what can be done to stop the reactionaries
22 May 2018
Venezuela’s left wing president Nicolas Maduro was re-elected with 67.7 percent of the vote on Sunday.
19 March 2018
The killing of socialist Marielle Franco has fed into wider anger at the state, says Charlie Kimber
26 December 2017
Thousands of people are raging through the streets of Peru's capital, Lima
17 May 2016
In its first days in office, Brazil’s new government led by president Michel Temer has already faced spirited opposition.
30 March 2016
As the right moves to overturn left governments in South America, important political arguments have been raised, writes Dave Sewell
02 February 2016
The World Health Organisation declared a global emergency on Monday of this week over the Zika virus epidemic spreading through Brazil and neighbouring countries.
16 June 2009
Striking students, staff and professors have faced brutal police repression at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, the largest university in South America, with more than 75,000 students.
02 June 2009
This new exhibition at the Hereford Photography Festival focuses on the work of John Bulmer from 1959 to 1979.
12 November 2005
"George Bush is a murderer. I’m going to head the march against him stepping foot on Argentine soil."Diego Maradona, speaking out against the visit of the US president to South America last week
02 July 2005
Imagine a different G8. Flying in to Lagos, the centre of the United States of Benin, are the leaders of Great Zimbabwe, Katanga and Aksum. They will be joined by other leaders of Asia and South America to decide their latest proposals for lifting the debt burden from impoverished states in Europe.
11 June 2005
Four weeks of strikes, protests and blockades have thrown the South American state of Bolivia into turmoil, and forced president Carlos Mesa to offer his resignation.
28 May 2005
Elections for governors and councillors took place across Uruguay, South America, on 8 May. Right wing parties were crushed in almost half of the districts of the country.
04 October 2003
HUNDREDS OF thousands of workers in Bolivia, from miners to bus drivers, struck on Monday demanding the resignation of the country's president. Union leaders called the protests amid rising anger and protest, fuelled by the deep and worsening poverty in the poorest country in South America. Over two thirds of the 8.3 million people live below the poverty line of $2 a day.