75 Drug Cartel Members Tunnel Out of Paraguay Prison
The government had known for weeks that a Brazilian drug cartel was plotting a prison break, but it was unable to stop it.
Dr. Joel Fil√°rtiga, 86, Dies; Won Human Rights Ruling in Son‚Äôs Death
After the brutal death of his teenage son in Paraguay, he won a landmark case in the United States that extended universal law against torture.
‚ÄėMassive Failure‚Äô in Power Grid Causes Blackout in Argentina and Uruguay
The blackout, whose cause was unclear, may have affected a population greater than California‚Äôs in an area four times the size of Texas.
Roads, Smoke and Microsavings
What I learned in Paraguay and Guatemala on this year‚Äôs ‚Äúwin-a-trip.‚ÄĚ
Cash, Food and Health Care All Help the Poor, but Something‚Äôs Still Missing
In a remote village in Paraguay, indigenous people are gaining hope and leaving poverty. The approach would work in rich nations, too.
In Paraguay, Fighting Graft With Eggs and Toilet Paper
Paraguayans fed up with corruption discovered that public shame was more effective than state institutions at holding crooked politicians accountable.
A Defiant Interview in a Jail Cell, Soon to Turn Into a Murder Scene
In a prison interview, a drug lord called Paraguay ‚Äúthe land of impunity.‚ÄĚ Hours later, it was hard not to interpret those words as a blood bath foretold.
Brazil‚Äôs Violent Drug Trade Overruns Paraguay: ‚ÄėScenes You Only See in Movies‚Äô
Some of Brazil‚Äôs most powerful gangs have established a foothold in neighboring Paraguay, importing havoc as they export guns and drugs. One man is at the center of much of the mayhem.
Neighbors Refer Venezuela to Criminal Court in ‚ÄėHistoric‚Äô Rebuke
Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay and Peru have urged the International Criminal Court to investigate abuses in Venezuela. Here‚Äôs what that means.
In a Rare Success, Paraguay Conquers Malaria
But the infection is surging elsewhere, particularly in the Americas.
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