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Bolivia is taking Chile to court over a war it lost 134 years ago — and it reenacted a pivotal battle on the final day of the case
Bolivia is landlocked because of a war it lost 134 years ago. But it's fighting in court to regain its territory — and its pride.
Drones have been used for small-scale smuggling for some time, but increasingly they appear to be used for surveillance and to carry explosives.
Pence's trip was dominated by the situation in Venezuela, but governments in the region were no more accommodating to US designs on North Korea.
Trump’s brash talk about a ‘military option’ in Venezuela has left diplomats scrambling to pick up the pieces
Trump's comments appeared to have weakened a growing regional consensus against Venezuela, and now US officials are trying to salvage it.
"The country has broken down because of what we have lost ... That has an impact on the social reality."
Police busted 5.5 metric tons of cocaine — the latest shipment from a growing South American drug hotspot
Authorities in Ecuador have hauled in nearly 10 metric tons of cocaine this month, underscoring the country's growing role as a transit point in the drug trade.
Eating at one of the world's best restaurants is more like watching a performance than it is eating a meal.
Meditators and ayahuasca users experience decentering, "the ability to objectively observe one's thoughts and feelings without associating them with identity."
Technology like CT scans shows what the mummies look like inside their wrappings, including how thick their skin is and what their faces look like.
Sudden and intense rains in Peru have caused massive flooding, and now about half the country is under a state of emergency.