LAB editor Nick Caistor pays tribute to Gabriel García Márquez, Latin America's greatest novelist.
As popular support for the World Cup rapidly wanes, a beleaguered government is putting in place ever more draconian forms of repression.
Agrarian, indigenous and other communities and an emergent centre-left opposition are piling on the pressure in the run-up to presidential elections in May.
Novelist Luis Britto García accuses the international media of inflating the size and importance of opposition protests.
On the anniversary of the 24th March 1976 military coup, the minister of justice and human rights claims that Kirchnerismo has converted Argentina's shame into international respect.
Candidates are already jockeying for position in the run up to the October 2015 presidential elections. As a new political era beckons, LAB looks at the leading challengers.
President Mujica has accepted a US proposal to accept Guantanamo detainees as refugees.
At a hearing on police violence during the repression of protests, the government is evasive and offers no response to recommendations.
Argentina goes to the World Cup in Brazil with high hopes of winning for a third time. But as Daniel Schweimler reports for LAB from Buenos Aires, the 'beautiful game' has turned ugly in one of its heartlands.
An interview with Honduran journalist Dina Meza as she presents the PEN International Report on 'Honduras: Journalism in the shadow of Impunity'.
Washington is threatening to withhold aid unless he new government redoubles privatizations.
What chance reform of the energy business will free the country from corruption by ruling elites, drug barons and 'autodefensa' vigilantes?
Latin America Bureau is pleased to announce that at the beginning of March it will be launching the English translation of a remarkable novel written by the Brazilian journalist Bernardo Kucinski.