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    Latin America

    My Replacement Child helps the elderly, who have often been left alone as family members leave the impoverished nation.

    Bank of Mexico Governor Alejandro Díaz de León is in wait-and-see mode on further interest-rate cuts, even though inflation is below the central bank’s 3% target and an agreement on a new trade deal with the U.S. and Canada has removed a cloud of uncertainty.

    Chile’s government has agreed to hold a referendum on a new constitution as leftist activists seek to overturn the nation’s free-market model. While protests have dissipated, experts believe more economic fallout is coming.

    Mexico is protesting the call for U.S. labor monitors to be based in Mexico to track the enforcement of its labor laws and ensure compliance with the recently signed trade pact between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

    President Jeanine Añez says in an interview that she is determined to stop the ex-leader’s return after alleged electoral fraud led to his ouster, while guiding the tumultuous nation towards a new election.

    Wreckage and human remains from a Chilean military aircraft that disappeared on a flight to Antarctica with 38 people aboard have been discovered in the turbulent waters off South America’s southern tip.

    Federal agents arrested a former top Mexican security official and charged him with receiving millions of dollars in bribes from the Sinaloa Cartel while he was the top security official from 2006 to 2012.

    Military aircraft from three South American countries were scouring the South Atlantic north of Antarctica on Tuesday after a Chilean Hercules C-130 military transport plane went missing the night before.

    In January, the Trump administration predicted Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s imminent downfall as he wrestled with an energized opposition, U.S. oil sanctions and international isolation. Today, he appears in firm control. This wasn’t supposed to happen.

    Journalists say President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s harsh criticism of the news media is leading to an increase in harassment and hostility from his supporters.

    Mexico’s government and business leaders are voicing opposition to a key demand of U.S. Democratic lawmakers in a renegotiated North American trade pact, possibly jeopardizing the deal’s passage this year.

    Brazil’s economy expanded at its fastest pace since the start of 2018 in the third quarter, as the country appears to be leaving behind years of sluggish growth that followed its worst recession on record.

    Dozens of cartel gunmen engaged in a two-day battle with Mexican security forces that left at least 22 people dead in a small town across the border from Texas, officials said.

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