The latest stories from the Latin America & Caribbean section of the BBC News web site.
Cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known as Quino, has died in his native Argentina.
Fishermen spot the migrants' boat adrift in the Caribbean sea and tow it to safety.
Venezuelans tired of queuing for days for petrol have taken to the streets in dozens of states.
Environmentalists feared fragile coastal ecosystems would be destroyed by redevelopment.
Rodrigo Tovar Pupo, alias Jorge 40, was deported from the US after serving 12 years for drug crimes.
Environmental groups have called the move to revoke regulations that protect mangroves a "crime".
UN chief António Guterres calls it "an agonising milestone" as the fight to stem the virus continues.
The president of Paraguayan club Olimpia receives a life ban from football after being found guilty of match manipulation.
A statue will honour Solitude, a black woman involved in a 1802 uprising in the French West Indies.
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has been ruled out of action for at least three weeks.
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