Ernesto Cardenal reads his work.
By Larisa Epatko
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who normally makes daily television appearances and tweets all day long, has been noticeably quiet as he receives medical treatment in Cuba, fueling speculation about his true condition.
Chilean authorities have been hard at work on three plans for rescuing 33 miners who have been trapped underground since Aug. 5. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports on the mounting drama and excitement as the race to free…
As part of his latest series of reports from Haiti, Ray Suarez details the road ahead for citizens who lost limbs after the country's devastating earthquake in January.
Cuba is back in the news spotlight after the release of political prisoners and a TV appearance by Fidel Castro.
Ray Suarez reports on the still-recovering Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, where some one million people still remain homeless.
Margaret Warner talks with Ray Suarez, who has returned to Haiti six months after a devastating earthquake.
As part of his continuing series on Peru, Ray Suarez reports on how government strategies to reduce deaths from childbirth among indigenous women who live far from health services could also help women in other Latin American countries.
In the first part of a series on Peru, Ray Suarez reports on a growing and business friendly environment in a country rebounding from economic instability and deep debt just twenty years ago.
By Talea Miller
Cervical cancer is one of the main causes of death for women in Peru, where screening for the disease is sporadic. Now, health workers are considering low-tech and low-cost options that could make a difference in poor rural areas.
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