US agent, suspected smuggler killed off Puerto Rico coast
By MICHAEL BALSAMO and JOSHUA GOODMAN
Capsules for teams at the 2022 World Cup
Ecuador leave out Castillo in last-named World Cup squad
South American nations gather for joint 2030 World Cup bid
South America aims to break Europes World Cup grip
Ecuador keeps World Cup place after ruling by sports court
Airline flights resume between Colombia and Venezuela
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) Commercial flights between Colombia and Venezuela resumed Monday as relations improve between the South American neighbors following the election of Colombias first leftist president.
Venezuela, opposition reported preparing to resume talks
Ecuador builds World Cup team from a local soccer academy
Brazils Andrade makes history, wins world gymnastics title
Bolsonaro seizes on Brazils soccer glory during election
Royal Navy seizes $28M worth of e in Caribbean waters
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) British officials announced Friday that they seized more than 880 pounds (400 kilograms) of e from a boat in Caribbean waters.
The Royal Navy said three people were detained following a tense chase near the Dominican Republic in an operation that began late Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Two South American medical researchers who died in Kansas City apparently were killed by a man who has since died in a murder-suicide, a prosecutors office said Thursday.
The Jackson County Prosecutors office said in a news release that Kansas City police determined 42-year-old Kevin Ray Moore killed Camila Behrensen, 24, of Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Pablo Guzmn Palma, 25, of Santiago, Chile.
Uruguay to rely on Surez and Cavani again at World Cup
Brazilians arriving in Ecuador for Copa Libertadores final
Soccer talent factory helps Ecuadors side for World Cup
England to host Brazil in womens Finalissima in April
AP Interview: Scolari faces his last Copa Libertadores final
Lionel Messi key as always for Argentina at World Cup
Boca Juniors wins Argentina title in dramatic final round
U.S.-bound migration from Venezuela plunges under new policy
UEFA President says Super league project in Europe is dead
Britain ends visa requirement for citizens of booming Guyana
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) The British government said Tuesday said it was abolishing visa entry requirements for Guyanese, whose nations global importance has been rising with its growing oil and gas export capacity.
US migrant policy bucket of cold water to some Venezuelans
South America soccer supports Infantinos reelection at FIFA
FITE to air upcoming Rugby League World Cup
TENAFLY, N.J. (AP) The upcoming Rugby League World Cup will be available in the United States and Canada via pay-per-view on cable and satellite as well as the FITE streaming service.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Missouri homicide and arson detectives are investigating the deaths of two South American researchers whose bodies were found after a weekend apartment fire near the Kansas City biomedical research center where they worked.
Blinken backs Colombias holistic approach to drug policy
Ecuadors Del Valle beats Sao Paulo to win Copa Sudamericana
Navy bribery fugitive Fat Leonard seeks Venezuelan asylum
Cargo traffic movement resumes between Colombia, Venezuela
By ASTRID SUREZ and REGINA GARCIA CANO
Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses
By JAMEY KEATEN and REGINA GARCIA CANO
Womens soccer hits club record attendance in South America
SAO PAULO (AP) The second leg of the Brazilian womens soccer final set a new South American record attendance for clubs of the region, in another sign of the growth of the sport.
Corinthians 4-1 win against Internacional in Sao Paulo brought 41,070 fans to the NeoQuimica Arena on Saturday.
Argentinas government joins World Cup sticker dispute
UN experts: Rights abuses continue in Maduros Venezuela
By REGINA GARCIA CANO and JAMEY KEATEN
Despite setbacks, Venezuelan opposition leader touts record
LSU wildlife hospital releases 3 small raptors for migration
Israel criticizes Chile for delaying ambassador credentials
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) The Chilean government was engulfed in a diplomatic spat Friday after the South American countrys president suspended the acceptance of the credentials of the new Israeli ambassador due to increased military activity in the occupied West Bank.
New atlas of bird migration shows extraordinary journeys
Sao Paulo and Del Valle reach Copa Sudamericana final
All-Brazil Copa Libertadores final after Flamengo advances
Venezuela: Armed forces make largest pot bust in a decade
Guyana expects billion-dollar oil earnings this year
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) Guyana is likely to earn more than $1 billion this year from its production share of offshore oil exports more than it will garner from gold, bauxite, timber or any other sector, the central bank said Monday.
MEXICO CITY (AP) A 5-year-old girl has drowned while attempting to cross the Rio Grande to enter Texas, Mexicos National Immigration Institute said Tuesday.
The girl was attempting to cross the river with her mother Monday, when the current swept her away.
SAO PAULO (AP) The suspended World Cup qualifying game between Brazil and Argentina will not be played, the two countries governing soccer bodies said Tuesday after reaching a deal with FIFA to cancel the match.