This is no longer a problem that politicians can afford to ignore. The gangster economy affects people now: from the petrol in your car, to the gold in your jewellery, to your tax pounds (or euros, or dollars) financing the war on drugs
Genetics team believes it has the remedy: a modified strain of a mosquito that, by inter-breeding, will render the rest of them sterile
Half of all Latin American workers will be women by 2025, up from 36 per cent in 2015, according to Mercer’s second annual Women Thrive report
Louis de Bernières is a British writer. His latest book is The Dust That Falls From Dreams
Afanador became transfixed by stories of the gypsies who had roamed the south of Spain for centuries
Whether you’re trekking to Machu Picchu or taking in the sun - and football – in Rio, take your pick from these inspirational and useful reads, chosen by Stanfords, the travel information specialists
Moyes after Brazilian midfielder
The FA have confirmed that England will face two South American sides in the build-up to Brazil 2014 in an effort to prepare for the threat that Uruguay will pose
Roy Hodgson is eager for his side to test themselves against Central and South American opposition
Thirty-two countries qualified for the Fifa tournament – but which will be our favourite destinations in 2014 and what do they have to offer that's new? Over a series of articles, Chris Leadbeater studies the form, starting with the hosts ...
Brazil’s largest city is not a place to linger
Arthur Virgilio admitted that he'd prefer to have a 'better' team playing in his city
The exquisitely skilful Uruguayan attacker Pedro Rocha was billed as the man most likely to deal an early blow to England's dreams of footballing glory in the opening match of the 1966 World Cup finals at Wembley.
Such a switch would likely result in a tougher draw for the Three Lions