The news has spread over the social networks in the Argentinean region of Cordoba: The government of Cordoba pays the ticket for prostitutes to go back to their home region.
After 13 years as Venezuela's mercurial leader and global icon of the left, Hugo Chavez is running for another term. Following cancer treatment, he is garnering support both from voters at home and leaders around the world. But what would he do with another term?
In Colombia, caught between the army and guerrillas who have been fighting each other for 60 years, the Nasa people are asking the warring parties to go fight somewhere else. It is resonating across the country.
They are the children of the poor masses in a nation marked by a stark gap between rich and poor. Now the so-called 'C' Class is the bulging target of Brazil's consumer-driven economy. See how they live -- and what they want.