Alberto Nisman accused Iran and Argentina of colluding to bury a terrorist attack. Did it get him killed?
Tag: South America
A nonconformist pastor sent a colony of Welsh people to Argentina to try to preserve the language in 1865. 150 years later, the traces are still there.
On the kids who are spiritual leaders before the age of ten.
One man’s story.
Guatemala discovers, in bat-guano spotted documents, the truth about its violent past.
In the age of citizen journalism, smartphones and streaming video, bearing witness to human rights violations is getting easier. Is it also making justice more complicated?
The history of a powerful and violent secret society in the islands of southern Chile.
As a child, Hugo Lucitante was brought to America from a tiny jungle village in Ecuador. His heart’s still back home.
The disappointing tenure of Uruguay’s great lefty hope.