Twenty-eight Spaniards travel to Argentina to find closure 40 years after General Francisco Franco's death.
Fiordeliza Matos tells us of a complex identity on a divided island.
Funeral held for football fan killed after crane smashed into Brazil's almost completed World Cup stadium.
Country goes to polls hopeful for finding solution to security, debt and unemployment problems.
Dallas is determined to move beyond its stigmatisation as the city where President John F Kennedy met his death.
Engineers say the football stadium in Sao Paulo that will open the 2014 World Cup is 94 percent done.
Venezuela's president has been granted new powers - can he use them for good, or are they destined for abuse?
Chile is a model of political and economic stability in a turbulent neighbourhood, so why are people disenchanted?
The underlying numbers, not the technology glitches, are the biggest threat to US president's landmark policy.
A city still under construction in the state of Mato Grosso is struggling to prepare for the 2014 World Cup.
A company of Eike Batista, a larger-than-life self-proclaimed symbol of Brazil's economic boom, goes bankrupt.