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Feb 16, 2019
Small clubs, mostly from South America and Africa, missing out around $300 million for nurturing young players, reveal FIFAFIFA says that football clubs around the world, many of them small ones in Latin America and Africa, are missing out on so-called transfer compensation of around $300 million for raising young players who go on to enjoy successful careers in Europe.
Jan 27, 2019
Venezuela backtracks on ultimatum to US diplomats to leave country, gives Trump administration 30 days for negotiationsNicolas Maduro's government backtracked on an order that gave US Embassy personnel 72 hours to leave Venezuela, defusing tensions between the countries just hours after their top diplomats traded heated rhetoric at a special UN Security Council meeting to address the South American country's crisis.
Jan 24, 2019
Venezuela crisis: Donald Trump, South American countries recognise Juan Guaido's claim to presidency; isolated Maduro expels US diplomatsThe United States and major South American nations recognised Venezuelan Opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim leader Wednesday while the European Union called for free elections to restore democracy, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated
Dec 07, 2018
Copa Libertadores final: Boca Juniors striker Carols Tevez says weird showdown no handicap for River PlateBoca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez conceded playing a Libertadores Cup final in Madrid on Sunday will be "weird" but rejected suggestions River Plate have been put at a disadvantage.
Dec 06, 2018
Copa Libertadores final: River Plate arrive in Madrid ahead of eagerly anticipated showdown with rivals Boca JuniorsRiver Plate touched down in Madrid on Thursday morning for the eagerly anticipated Copa Libertadores final second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu, a day after opponents and eternal Buenos Aires rivals Boca Juniors landed in the Spanish capital.
Sep 08, 2018
Brazil celebrates 196th anniversary of independence from Portugal; President Michel Temer attends military paradeBrazil president Michel Temer attends a parade celebrating the country's Independence Day in Brasilia.
Jun 25, 2018
Mexican govt detains Ocampo police force for investigation after assassination of mayoral candidateMexico has detained the police force of Ocampo after a mayoral candidate was shot dead this week
Jun 13, 2018
Argentina faces historic vote on decriminalising abortion, rival groups call for demonstrations outside CongressLawmakers Argentina vote on Wednesday on legalising abortion, which could make it the most populous country in South America to allow women to terminate pregnancies.
May 22, 2018
FIFA World Cup moments: After months of drama, hosts Uruguay made history by winning inaugural tournament in 1930Hosts Uruguay were crowned world champions, and the World Cup took its first step to becoming one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
Apr 10, 2018
Barcelona's Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez to support 2030 joint South American World Cup host bidLionel Messi and Luis Suarez are set to offer their backing to a joint bid from Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay to host the 2030 centenary World Cup