Brazil’s election is shaping up as the most consequential for the economy in years and could trigger a flow of money back into the country.
- Felipe Marques and Vinicius Andrade
Mr Bolsonaro, who trails former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in polls before the October 2 vote, drew tens of thousands of supporters to rallies in Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.
- Carla Bridi and Mauricio Savarese
Chile’s giant copper and lithium industries will be relieved by the outcome given the proposed charter signalled tougher environmental and community rules.
- Valentina Fuentes and Matthew Malinowski
The illnesses have been centred around a private medical clinic in the city of San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina’s fifth-largest city.
- Madison Muller and Riley Griffin
The vice president did not appear to have suffered any injury, and the man was overpowered within seconds as he stood among a crowd of her supporters.
- Debora Rey and Almudena Calatrava
Gustavo Petro has said the country will stop granting new licences for oil exploration and will ban fracking projects.
- Manuel Rueda