MEDIA

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THE AMERICAS

Second member of Brazil’s interim government resigns in a week

Transparency minister stands down over leaked conversation criticizing corruption investigation

LATIN AMERICA

Brazilian judge blocks ex-president Lula’s appointment as minister

Magistrate places precautionary suspension on former leader joining government

LATIN AMERICA

Record protests in Brazil pile pressure on President Rousseff

Three million march against corruption and to call for leader’s impeachment

LATIN AMERICA

Brazilian prosecutors charge Lula da Silva in money-laundering probe

Ex-president denies owning a luxury apartment mentioned in Petrobras graft investigation

LATIN AMERICA

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff faces impeachment proceedings

Chamber of Deputies speaker accepts request to begin process to remove leader from office

Latin America

Brazilian blogger investigating child prostitution found decapitated

Minas Gerais journalists union asks federal police to probe crimes against reporters

Latin America

Brazil’s political crisis deepens as education chief forced to resign

Minister clashes with Rousseff's allies in Congress after labeling them “extortionists”

BRAZIL

Rousseff forces out Petrobras leaders

Brazilian president seeks to contain fallout from corruption scandal at state oil company

Both Brazilian candidates support reforming an ungovernable Congress

But Rousseff and Neves disagree on how to bring order to body with 28 parties

COLUMN

The rise and fall of the Neymar banana

What looked like a soccer star's spontaneous gesture against racism has become the target of criticism in Brazil

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico City mayor’s marijuana legalization bill ignites national debate

Leftist party behind proposal remains divided over the issue

VIOLENCE IN MEXICO

Mexican authorities remain silent after three days of violence

Local newspapers agree not to publish stories about clashes between drug traffickers

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico launches nationwide searches for thousands of missing people

New investigative unit is still lacking a budget and director Around 27,000 people have disappeared between 2006 and 2012

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico mulls crackdown on dissident teachers' protests

Violent demonstrations break out in Guerrero state over education reform

Opposition lawmakers want to know the source of Peña Nieto’s wealth

Mexican president filed a financial statement in January lacking full disclosures