Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and US president Donald Trump at the White House in March  2019. Bolsonaro was quick to embrace his nickname of “the Trump of the Tropics”, and has adopted his US peer as kind of political lodestar.   Photograph: Getty Images

The US president is only too willing to embarrass a supplicant foreign ally to shore up support at home

Andrés Manuel López Obrador salutes attendants after the elections for the presidency of Mexico in the Media Center at the Hilton Hotel in Mexico City in July 2018. Photograph: Getty Images

The world’s slowest growing region is also in political turmoil

Uruguay’s center-right National Party  presidential candidate Luis Lacalle Pou reacts as he greets supporters outside the party’s headquarters in Montevideo, Uruguay on Sunday. Photograph: Raul Martinez/EPA

Country’s electoral authorities to begin recount amid unexpectedly close contest

Conservative National Party challenger Luis Lacalle Pou says if he wins on Sunday he will reduce the role of the state in the economy and boost its competitiveness.  Photograph: Raul Martinez/EPA

National Party’s Luis Lacalle Pou well ahead in polls for Sunday’s presidential election

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Bolivian president Evo Morales. Photograph: HO/Bolivian Presidency/AFP via Getty

Morales and MAS party repeated most basic historical errors of Latin American populists

Brazil’s Supreme Court voted on Thursday to overturn a ruling requiring convicted criminals to go to jail after losing their first appeal, allowing former president Lula to be freed. File photograph: Nelson Almeida/AFP via Getty

Politically charged supreme court ruling could free other high-profile convicts

Last month’s presidential election has sparked a wave of protests in Bolivia. Photograph:  Aizar Raldes/AFP via Getty Images

Counting in last month’s presidential election was mysteriously suspended for a day

Evo Morales (C) and Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera (L) in El Alto, Bolivia. A 30-strong Organisation of American States election audit team was dispatched to Bolivia this week. Photograph: Martin Alipaz/EPA

Evo Morales was declared the winner after a tortuous count declared a fraud by the opposition

The councilwoman  whose assassination convulsed Brazil. Marielle Franco was a rising force in Rio politics when she was killed by shots fired from a car which pulled alongside the one she was travelling in. Photograph:  Renan Olaz

Claim man charged with the murder visited Bolsonaro’s gated community hours before the killing

Alberto Fernandez with his running mate Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in Buenos Aires after winning Argentina’s presidential election. Photograph: Amilcar Orfali/Getty Images

Populist Alberto Fernández wins presidential election in first round

Peronist opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez and former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner:  Mr Fernandez leads opinion polls by up to 20 points. Photograph: Juan Ignacio Roncoroni

Voters turning again to populist force that has dominated politics for 75 years

Supporters of Bolivia’s opposition presidential candidate Carlos Mesa shout slogans against supporters of president and candidate Evo Morales. Photograph: Aizar Raldes/AFP/Getty Images

Opposition candidate denounces ‘scandalous fraud’ as president set to avoid run-off poll

President of Bolivia Evo Morales: cult of personalty has developed around him after almost 14 years in power.  Photograph: Martin Alipaz

President Evo Morales aims for fourth term despite first-round victory appearing elusive

Brazilian far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro (left) with  supreme court president José Dias Toffoli. Photograph:  Sergio Lima/AFP/Getty Images

José Toffoli, head of the country’s supreme court, has positioned himself as a guarantor

Jair Bolsonaro ran last year on an anti-corruption platform; however, in office he has attacked anti-corruption organs as part of a campaign to undermine efforts to investigate his son for wrongdoing. Photograph: Alan Santos/AFP/Getty Images

Brazil’s president is a long-standing critic of country’s environmental protection regime

An aerial view of scorched areas of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil.  President Jair Bolsonaro has authorised deploying the armed forces to help combat raging fires. Photograph: Getty

Undermining institutions causing more concern in country than Amazon ablaze

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro speaks to army general Luiz Eduardo Ramos Baptista Pereira: the generals have been serially humiliated by the president and his sons. Photograph: Fernando Souza/AFP/Getty

São Paulo Letter: Far-right president distrusts army and sides with forces of paranoia

Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, currently a vice-presidential candidate, casting her vote in Rio Gallegos, Santa Cruz province on Sunday. Photograph: Walter Diaz/AFP/Getty Images

President Mauricio Macri suffers crushing defeat ahead of October presidential elections

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro: “A scoundrel, to avoid a problem like this, he marries another scoundrel and adopts children in Brazil.” Photograph: Evaristo Sa

Glenn Greenwald cannot be expelled legally from Brazil, president admits

Brazil’s agriculture minister Tereza Cristinao: ‘There isn’t an agreement where only one side wins.’ Photographer: Andre Coelho/Bloomberg

Mercosur will have the right to export 99,000 tonnes of beef annually to the EU at a reduced tariff of 7.5 per cent

 Rio de Janeiro governor Sergio Cabral: has already been sentenced to 198 years in a series of trials following a corruption spree. Photograph: Pawel Kopczynski

Sérgio Cabral says he was advised to pay $2m to avoid Brazil’s early elimination in voting

The trade deal between the EU and South America’s Mercosur trade bloc has been greeted with anger by Irish beef farmers. File photograph: David Moir/Reuters

Mercosur countries show little euphoria following conclusion of beef agreement

A supporter of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva: the former president  denies all the charges against him and claims he is the victim of a judicial witch-hunt. Photograph: AP Photo/Eraldo Peres

Former president is serving eight years for corruption and money-laundering

Former judge Sérgio Moro,  who convicted Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in 2017. Lula was sentenced to nine years in jail for his part in a huge corruption scandal. Photograph:  Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images

Defence team of ex-president Lula to seek his release over claim judge was biased against him

Neymar  at the Mane Garrincha stadium in Brasilia earlier this month. His star may have dimmed in recent years but  for many  he is still the kid with the  fancy skills who loves to party. Photograph: Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images

A rape allegation against Brazilian soccer star has led to the demonisation of his accuser

Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro (right) continues to back justice minister Sergio Moro despite the Car Wash investigation revelations. File photograph: Adriano Machado/Reuters

Behaviour of former judge, now minister for justice, and prosecutors called into question

Brazilian justice minister Sergio Moro has sought to downplay the revelations, saying he sees ‘nothing much’ in them. Photograph: Getty

Revelations emerge about Bolsonaro favourite Sérgio Moro’s role in Car Wash inquiry

Protesters on the streets of São Paulo march against the slashing of education funding in Brazil. Photograph: Fabio Vieira/FotoRua/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Weintraub urges public to denounce students and teachers ‘stimulating’ demonstrations

A relative of an inmate reacts in front of a prison complex in the Brazilian state of Amazonas after prisoners were found strangled to death in four separate jails. Photograph: Bruno Kelly/Reuters

Most of the dead apparently strangled in their cells on Sunday and Monday

Supporters of Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro demonstrate along Paulista Avenue in São Paulo on Sunday. Photograph:  Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images

President stokes stand-off with Congress after strong turnout for Sunday’s marches

Brazil president Jair Bolsonaro’s relationship with congress  hovers between dire and non-existent. Photgraph: Adriano Machado/Reuters

Brazil leader has only himself to blame for open chatter about possible impeachment

A bus in flames at a protest organised by the National Students Union in Rio de Janeiro: Students and teachers began a nationwide demonstration on Wednesday in “defence of education”. Photograph: Mauro Pimentel/AFP

Cuts to Brazil universities for promotion of ‘messing about’ instead of academic issues

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-declared president Juan Guaidó speaks during a press conference at Altamira neighborhood in Caracas. Photograph: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images

Edgar Zambrano towed away in his car as Venezuelan regime tries to quell uprising

Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro attends a ‘march to reaffirm the absolute loyalty’ of the Venezuelan army. Photograph: HO/PresidencyGetty

Trump administration’s hawkish stance and Russian reaction ratchet up political pressure

A supporter of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro displays a picture of late leader Hugo Chavez during a rally on May Day in Caracas. Photograph: Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images

Regime has faced down the latest challenge to its authority but there are likely to be more

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaidó (L) and  Leopoldo Lopez, greet supporters after being joined by members of the Bolivarian National Guard to oust Maduro, in Caracas,  April 30th. Photograph:  Cristian Hernandez /AFP/Getty

Guaidó’s appearance with soldiers sparks mass mobilisation of opposition supporters

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro,  vice-president Hamilton Mourão (left) and army commander Edson Pujol at a ceremony to mark Army Day, in Brasília earlier this month. File photograph: Getty

Former astrologer holds sway among president’s sons in campaign to vilify vice-president

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and  of military college students during a downpour as they attend a ceremony to mark Army Day, in Brasilia on Wednesday. Photograph: Sergio Lima/AFP/Getty Images

Far-right Brazilian president’s relationship with Congress suffers rapid deterioration

Michael Dwyer: The Bolivian state’s version of what happened leading up to and during the police raid in which Dwyer was killed has been contradicted by eyewitnesses and leaked video from inside the investigation.

Investigation into death of Michael Dwyer in police raid held up by ‘farcical’ related trial

 Sally O’Neill pictured at Áras An Uachtarain in March 2015 with President Michael D Higgins and Sabina Higgins. Photograph: Maxwell’s

‘We are heartbroken by this news. Sally was the heartbeat of Trócaire for almost 40 years’

Supporters of former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attend a vigil outside the federal police offices in Curitiba, Brazil on August 31st, 2018. Photograph: Rodolfo Buhrer

Continuing vigil marks deep loyalty to former Brazil president after first year in jail

 There is tension between the military wing of the new administration and Brazil’s president  Jair Bolsonaro (pictured).  Photograph:  Fernando Souza / AFP

Build-up to the date has been the most turbulent in years under president Jair Bolsonaro

People cross from Cucuta in Colombia back to San Antonio del Tachira in Venezuela after buying goods to resell, through an improvised bridge on  an illegal trail on the border between the two countries.  Photograph: Juan Pablo Bayona/AFP/Getty Images

South America’s principle international organisation is undergoing its death rattle

 Brazil’s then President Michel Temer gives a speech in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, on December 21st last. Photograph:  Andres Cristaldo/EPA

Judge describes as ‘convincing’ prosecutors’ case that Temer leads criminal organisation

Opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela Juan Guaidó said the opposition-controlled national assembly would organise freedom committees in every street to mobilise supporters to descend on the Miraflores palace in Caracas. Photograph: Eva Marie Uzcategui/Getty

Venezuela’s opposition leader issues rallying cry in bid to take presidential palace

Locals collect water from an underground water main pipeline in Caracas, Venezuela. Photograph: Ivan Alvarado/Reuters

Hunt for saboteurs as much about galvanising regime as swerving responsibility

 Ronnie Lessa (left) and Elcio Vieira de Queiroz, two former police officers now under arrest as suspects in the 2018 execution of a Rio de Janeiro councilwoman. Photograph: Rio De Janeiro Police via The New York Times

City council member Marielle Franco was shot four times in 2018

Venezuelan Elvia Helena Lozano with  a kerosene lamp  at her home in Caracas during the mass power outage. Photograph: Cristian Hernandez/AFP/Getty Images

Hospitals struggle to keep patients alive in power cut, as citizens wash in drains

An effigy of Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro traverses streets during the carnival procession in Loulé, Portugal. Photograph: Luis Forra/EPA

Jair Bolsonaro denounced for uploading video of carnival revellers at street party

 Venezuela’s self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó speaks at a press event in Salinas, Ecuador. Photograph: Wladimir Torres/EPA

Juan Guaidó to defy authorities following tour of South American neighbours

Juan Guaidó and his wife Fabiana Rosales arrive at the EU delegation office in Brasília on Thursday. Photograph: Andre Coelho/Bloomberg

Opposition leader Juan Guaidó visits Brazil but there is little appetite for military action

Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro:  at a time when he is supposed to be enjoying his political honeymoon, his authority is already visibly diminished. Photograph: Adriano Machado/Reuters

São Paulo Letter: Far-right president’s first weeks in office marked by chaos and crisis

Opposition supporters unload humanitarian aid from a truck that was set on fire after clashes between opposition supporters and Venezuela’s security forces at Francisco de Paula Santander bridge on the border  between Colombia and Venezuela. Photograph: Reuters/Marco Bello

Efforts to bring supplies into country frustrated as military refuses to let convoys in

A tanker truck blocks the Tienditas bridge in Urena, Venezuela, on the border with Colombia, on February 20th, 2019. Photograph: Juan Barreto/AFP

Elevated fear of armed clash as US steadfast in backing Guaidó against Maduro and Cuba

Trucks loaded with humanitarian aid for Venezuela arrive at the Tienditas Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Tachira, Venezuela. Photograph:  Luis Robayo/AFP

Venezuelan president denies humanitarian crisis as shipment arrives on Colombian border

A Venezuelan woman prays on a soccer field on the outskirts of Cúcuta, on the Colombian side of the Venezuelan border. Photograph: Edgard Garrido

Decrepit refineries and illegal exports create shortages amid US sanctions over Maduro

Venezuelan migrants wait for food outside La Divina Pastora shelter in Villa del Rosario, Colombia, at the border with Venezuela, on February 13th, 2019. Photograph:  Luis Robayo

Few Cuban doctors obtained under Chavez deal left amid medic and drug shortage

Venezuelans wait for a free lunch at a migrant shelter on the outskirts of Cúcuta, on the Colombian-Venezuelan border. Photograph: Edgard Garrido/Reuters

Vatican letter published in Italy says Venezuela’s president did not live up to past commitments

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who many nations have recognised as the country’s rightful interim ruler. PhotographL Reuters/Manaure Quintero

President Nicolás Maduro is refusing to let food and medicines shipment into the country

Venezuelan migrants climb on a truck on the road from Cúcuta to Pamplona in  Colombia as humanitarian aid is blocked from entering the country. Photograph: Raul Arboleda/AFP

With rampant inflation and food shortages, starving Venezuelans flee for sustenance

Venezuela’s self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaidó speaks to journalists after attending Mass in Caracas on Sunday. Photograph: Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images

US aid will be ‘first advance’ of humanitarian effort, opposition leader says

The Colombian-Venezuelan border in Cúcuta, Colombia. “There is a lot more military activity now on the Venezuelan side of the border,” says Abel López, who has a ringside view of the standoff from the rice farm he manages.  Photograph:   Marco Bello/Reuters

Flashpoint at Colombian river crossing is posing a dilemma for Venezuelan military

People cross the bridge on the border between Táchira in Venezuela and Cúcuta in Colombia. Photograph: Raul Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images

Embattled president Maduro backs EU-chaired initiative but opposition rejects it

Venezuela’s opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaidó (C)  in Caracas. Photograph:  Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images

Rival for presidency, Guaidó, says 300,000 will die if aid does not reach them ‘urgently’

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó waves to supporters at a rally against President Nicolás Maduro’s government in Caracas. Photograph: Carlos Barria

Rallies support incumbent and rival Guaidó, as Venezuela’s army backing may be on wane

  A mosaic depicting the late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez (left) and Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on a wall in Caracas. Photograph: Getty Images

In the absence of dialogue all eyes remain on a military that is both compromised and discontent

Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro:  the former army captain is learning that shooting from the hip can call down problems on his nascent administration. Photograph: Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters

President has had a tough first month in office, and faces more challenges ahead

People wait hours to purchase  butter and pasta in Caracas as Juan Guaidó argues the presidency became technically vacant after Nicolás Maduro was sworn in  after an election widely seen as rigged. Photograph: Meridith Kohut/ New York Times

Blow to struggling oil industry may make Venezuela look to China and Russia for aid

An aerial view over mud and waste from the disaster caused by dam spill in Brumadinho. Photogrpah: EPA/Antonio Lacerda

Chief prosecutor says there are ‘culprits’ in mining-dam rupture that killed at least 37

Opposition leader of Venezuela Juan Guaidó: many senior army officers are implicated in drug trafficking and other criminal activities and are thought to be nervous about regime change.  Photograph:  Getty

Hunger and disease loom as neighbouring countries lose patience with Maduro regime

Embattled  Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro speaks  to members of  the Venezuelan armed forces  during a ceremony in Caracas, Venezuela, earlier this month. File photograph: Cristian Hernandez/EPA

Venezuela’s economy in ruins after disastrous experiment in Chávez’s ‘21st Century Socialism’

Supporters of far-right presidential winner   Jair Bolsonaro: disappointment seems almost inevitable. Photograph: Mauro Pimentel

Disaffected populace has propelled unproven far-right crank to key position of president

Supporters of Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro celebrate his victory at the Paulista Avenue, in Sao Paulo. Photograph: EPA/Fernando Bizerra

Rights groups warn against a rollback of civil liberties after far-right candidate’s victory

Supporters of Jair Bolsonaro, far-right presidential candidate. Photograph: Sergio Moraes/Reuters

Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro still clear frontrunner but his advantage has slipped

Fernando Haddad, presidential candidate of Brazil’s leftist Workers’ Party. Photograph: Nacho Doce/Reuters

Controversial favourite’s traction among key evangelical cohort seems to be slipping

Supporters of Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right presidential candidate, shout slogans during a demonstration in Sao Paulo, Brazil, over the weekend. Photograph: Nacho Doce/Reuters

Jair Bolsonaro battles fresh claims as video emerges of his son threatening supreme court

Supporters of Brazilian right-wing presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro with a giant inflatable doll known as “Pixuleco”, representing former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, with a mask of presidential candidate Fernando Haddad, in Sao Paulo. Photograph: Getty Images

Race for presidency slides into legal rancour with potential to erode legitimacy of winner

Brazil’s right-wing presidential candidate for the Social Liberal Party (PSL) Jair Bolsonaro: party increased its share of vote by 1,341 per cent . Photograph: Mauro Pimentel

Political polarisation deepens with newcomers comprising more than half chamber

Jair Bolsonaro, who is recovering at home in Rio de Janeiro following his near-fatal stabbing at a campaign rally last month.  Photograph: Ricardo Moraes/Reuters

Opponent Haddad’s campaign strategy suffers as debate vetoed due to Bolsonaro’s health

Jair Bolsonaro, presidential candidate of the Social Liberal Party, after casting his vote in Rio de Janeiro. Photograph: Pilar Olivares/Reuters

Politician known for misogyny, racism and homophobia in strong position for run-off

Brazilian presidential candidate for the Workers’ Party (PT) Fernando Haddad speaks to the press during a campaign rally in Belo Horizonte,  on Friday. Photograph: Getty Images

First round of Brazil presidential elections on Sunday

Street protest in  Sao Paulo against Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right presidential candidate. Photograph: Victor Moriyama/Getty

Far-right presidential candidate opposed by women’s rights, gay and anti-racist groups

A supporter holds a mask of Brazil’s former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during a campaign rally for  presidential candidate Fernando Haddad in Porto Alegre. Photograph:  Diego Vara/Reuters

Election candidate Márlon Reis conducts his ‘clean slate’ campaign from a pick-up truck

Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro. Many in Brazil have no doubt about the threat a Bolsonaro presidency would represent to the country’s democratic institutions. Photograph:  Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images

Despite a poor record, candidate is far right’s best-ever chance of winning a presidential election

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner:  a judge has accused her of heading up a “criminal organisation” during her eight years as president between 2007 and 2015. Photograph: EPA/David Fernandez

Cristina Kirchner delivers statement to judge investigating corruption links

Brazilian former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva waves from a window of the Metallurgical Union, in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo state, last April. Photograph: Miguel Schincariol/AFP/Getty Images

Former president, currently in prison, will be replaced by running mate Fernando Haddad

Supporters of former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attend a vigil outside the Federal Police Superintendence in Curitiba, Brazil. Photograph: Rodolfo Buhrer/Reuters

‘They are all the same. Liars ... we’ve been disillusioned so many times before’

Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro carried on the shoulders of a supporter moments before being stabbed during a campaign rally in Juiz de Fora, Brazil on Thursday. Photograph: Antonio Scorza/Agencia O Globo via AP

Attack on far-right candidate, now well placed to play patriotic victim, presents dilemma to rivals

Knife attack: Jair Bolsonaro grimaces after being stabbed in the stomach on Thursday. Photograph: Raysa Leite/AFP

Alleged assailant said he attacked poll-leading far-right candidate ‘by order of God’

People watch as a fire burns at the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 2nd, 2018. Photograph: Ricardo Moraes/Reuters

Public fury over official ‘neglect’ after National Museum in Rio destroyed in blaze

A billboard for presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro, at Garanhuns, Brazil, taken on  August 3rd, 2018. FIle photograph: Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters

Disinformation used to target voters on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other networks

Brazilian soldiers patrol at Copacabana beach. Photograph:  Carl De Souza /AFP/Getty Images

The famous beach is a social melting pot, but tourists are easily spooked by crime

Supporters of Brazil’s jailed, former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva rally to support him in Brasilia. Photograph: Eraldo Peres/AP Photo

Leader in polls is jailed ex-president Lula, who may be blocked from running

Falling over in the box...  a bar in Rio de Janeiro says it will serve a free round of beer during Brazil’s match against Serbia every time Neymar executes what is increasingly his on-field signature – the elaborate tumble at the merest hint of contact. Photograph: Lee Smith/Var Reuters

National hero and national embarrassment rolled into one. Star player is at a crossroads

Brazilian sports minister Leandro Cruz da Silva condemned the fans  involved in the videos:  ‘They are people who are doing a disservice to Brazil.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Brazilian fans sexually insulted Russian women in videos at World Cup

Newly elected Colombian president Ivan Duque celebrates with supporters in Bogota. Photograph: Raul Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images

Populist Ivan Duque sweeps aside leftist challenger in election run-off

Ivan Duque, the Democratic Center Party candidate for the presidency of Colombia. Mr Duque will compete with Colombia Humana party candidate Gustavo Petro in the second round of elections on Sunday. Photograph: Jhon Jairo Bonilla/EPA

Right-wing senator Ivan Duque, who promises to revisit Farc peace deal, leading in polls

Brazil striker  Neymar  celebrates scoring the winning penalty in the shootout against Germany at the Rio Olympics in 2016. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Coach Tite key to ensuring side don't crumble if their superstar becomes unavailable

Argentina’s national soccer team captain Daniel Passarella holds the World Cup trophy on June 25th, 1978, in Buenos Aires. Photograph: Staff/AFP/Getty Images

Four decades ago, military junta welcomed tournament in time of torture and murder

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