Addressing the United Nations, the far-right President said his country was feeding a global population that chose to make it a target.
- by DAVID BILLER and MAURICIO SAVARESE
Bolsonaro said in late August that he would undergo a procedure to remove a kidney stone this month, although he later said it was actually a bladder stone.
- by Rodrigo Viga Gaier
Lawmakers moved to censure Vizcarra after recordings emerged last week in which he coordinated his government's response to an influence-peddling scandal.
- by Simeon Tegel
A three-member panel believes the Venezuelan leaders "ordered or contributed to" arbitrary detention, torture of critics and extrajudicial killings.
- by Nick Cumming-Bruce
The report comes days before a court in England is to decide if it can hear the case of 200,000 Brazilians who are suing Australian mining giant BHP Billiton.
- by Kirstin Ridley
The Pantanal is less-known than its famous cousin but the region's normally abundant waters and strategic location make it a magnet for animals.
- by David Biller and Marcelo de Sousa
The Venezuelan President claims his government has detained a marine who was "captured with specialised weapons, large amounts of dollars and other items."
- by Sarah Kinosian
Rieli Franciscato had spent his career as an official in the indigenous affairs agency Funai, working to set up reservations to protect tribes.
- by Anthony Boadle
They were killed in Paraguayan security operation that brought criticism of rightist President Mario Abdo Benitez's government from human rights organisations.
- by Daniela Desantis and Maximilian Heath