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Brazil leader 'dizzy' after debate Silva backs Neves in blow for Dilma  Brazil: The environmentalist Marina Silva, who came third in presidential election, has backed opposition candidate Aecio Neves in the 2nd round   Rousseff set to face Brazil run-off   Brazilian incumbent Dilma Rousseff has won most votes in the country's presidential election, but has fallen short of outright victory Silva runs for Brazilian presidency Marina Silva 'to replace' late candidate Campos. Brazil Brazil 'ready' for football World Cup, says Rousseff Chile leader evacuates as second big quake strikes Argentine president to have surgery  Argentina: Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will undergo surgery on Tuesday to treat bleeding on her brain, doctors have said Rousseff's U.S. visit postponed over alleged spying  Brazil: The U.S. and Brazil agreed to postpone Rousseff visit due to controversy over reports the U.S. government was spying on her communications Brazil leader promises major reforms Brazil president announces reforms   Dilma Rousseff has unveiled a series of reforms in an attempt to end days of nationwide anti-government protests Evita's face on Argentina's new 100-peso bill No cancer after all for Argentine president  Argentina: President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who underwent surgery this week to remove her thyroid, did not actually have cancer Argentine president has cancer  Argentina: Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has cancer and will have an operation on 4 January, her government has announced Fernandez heads for Argentina win  Argentine President Cristina Fernandez wins a landslide election victory, polling 53% with most votes counted Fernandez on track to win primary  Argentina: Early returns in presidential primary showed President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is likely to win, moving her closer to re-election Fernandez announces re-election bid  Argentina: Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner announced plans to run for re-election Brazil inaugurates first female president   Dilma Rousseff was sworn in Saturday amid cheers and tears from supporters, many of whom followed her rise from freedom fighter Brazil elects first female president
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1. 2016-07-26 Rousseff will not attend Olympic ceremony in Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro
2. 2016-04-18 President Rousseff has 'clear conscience' over impeachment Brasília, Brazil
2016-04-17 Rousseff loses lower house impeachment vote Brasília, Brazil
4. 2016-04-16 Rousseff makes last-minute bid for support Brasília, Brazil
5. 2016-04-11 Brazil impeachment: Vote deals new blow to Rousseff Brasilia, Brazil
G. 2015-12-09 Argentina's Fernandez bids emotional farewell Casa Rosada Presidential Palace, Buenos Aires, Argentina
H. 2015-06-03 Argentina march condemns 'femicide' Buenos Aires, Argentina
I. 2015-05-10 Case of pregnant 10-year-old divides Paraguay Paraguay
9. 2015-05-06 Chilean president asks cabinet to resign Santiago, Chile

Rousseff makes last-minute bid for support. Brazil Brazil impeachment: Vote deals new blow to Rousseff Map of Brasilia Brazil  Dilma Rousseff has suffered a blow to her hopes of staving off impeachment proceedings, after a committee voted they should go ahead Argentina's Fernandez bids emotional farewell   Argentina's outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has made an emotional farewell speech to supporters in Buenos Aires Argentina march condemns 'femicide' Case of pregnant 10-year-old divides Paraguay Chilean president asks cabinet to resign President Bachelet proposes end to total abortion ban. Chile Rousseff sworn in for 2nd term. Brazil   Dilma Rousseff re-elected Brazilian president
Rousseff will not attend Olympic ceremony in Rio de Janeiro   President Rousseff has 'clear conscience' over impeachment   Brazil: Dilma Rousseff says she is 'outraged' at attempts to impeach her and has a clear conscience   Rousseff loses lower house impeachment vote Map of Bras%EDlia Brazil


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.26
Apr.18
Apr.17
  Brazil: Lower house has voted to start impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff over charges of manipulating government accounts
Apr.16
Apr.11


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.9
Jun.3
May.10
May.6
Jan.31
Jan.1


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.26
  Left-leaning President Dilma Rousseff has been re-elected president of Brazil, after securing 51.45% of votes in a closely-fought election
 Her rival, centrist candidate Aecio Neves, taking 48.55% of the vote

Oct.17
Oct.12
Oct.5
Aug.20
Aug.16
Jun.10
Apr.2


year 2013 Top ^

Oct.7
Sep.17
Jun.24
Jun.21


year 2012 Top ^

Jul.27
Jan.7


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.27
Oct.23
Aug.14
Jun.21
Jan.1


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.31
  Dilma Rousseff, 62, -- President Luiz Inacio da Silva's right-hand woman -- has served as his chief of staff and pPreviously, as energy minister.    Rousseff has promised to continue policies tha...
Oct.3 Rousseff pulls ahead in presidential race  Brazil: Ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff led the race to be next president, but will likely fall short of winning the majority needed to avoid a... Jul.31   Brazil leader offers asylum to Iran woman  President Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva has offered asylum to Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning Mar.2 Bachelet urges survivors to stay calm. Chile Mar.1 Clinton in Uruguay, plans Chile visit

year 2008 Top ^

Jul.4   Betancourt joy at French return  Paris: Freed hostage has expressed her joy to be in France, 2 days after her dramatic release from captivity in the Colombian jungle

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.28 Fernandez claims victory
  Argentina: First lady claimed victory in presidential election, with early results and exit polls suggesting she had avoided a runoff.    Cristina Fernandez become the first woman elected to the post. Her husband, President Nestor Kirchner, is credited...


year 2006 Top ^

Mar.11 Chile ushers in first female president  Socialist Michelle Bachelet suffered prison, torture and exile under the military dictatorship Jan.15 Bachelet wins presidency
  Chile: Socialist Michelle Bachelet appeared to have won a solid victory to become the country's first woman president


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.11 Socialist female candidate leads. Chile


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