*  Colombia national under-20 football team
1985 Ecuador Central American and Caribbean Games Winners (1): 2006 Pan American Games Fourth Place (1): 2003 South American ... FIFA U-20 World Cup: Third place (1): 2003 South American Youth Championship: Winners (3): 1987, 2005, 2013 Runners-up (2): ... Colombia have won the South American Youth Championship three times: 1987, 2005 and 2013. *Draws include knockout matches ... The following 23 players were named for the 2017 South American Youth Football Championship. Caps and goals updated as 12 ...
*  Geography of Uruguay
Uruguay is a country in Southern South America, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Argentina and Brazil. It is located ... Uruguay is the smallest Spanish-speaking nation in South America with a land area of 173,620 km2 (67,035 sq mi) and a water ... However, the degree of spatial separation of social classes was moderate by the standards of other cities in South America. ... To the south, it fronts the Río de la Plata, a broad estuary that opens out into the South Atlantic. Montevideo, the capital ...
*  Boundary Treaty of 1866 between Chile and Bolivia
It drew, for the first time, the border between both countries at the 24° South parallel from the Pacific Ocean to the eastern ... After the independence wars, the new Latin American republics adopted as a common juridical principle of frontier demarcation ... In 1842, the Chilean Government of Manuel Bulnes declared the 23° South Parallel of latitude (near Mejillones) as the northern ... Peru, which at that time enjoyed naval supremacy in South Pacific, responded with a naval demonstration in Mejillones, sending ...
*  Economic history of Chile
The overall development resulted in Chile becoming one of the high-income countries in South America. Following the discovery ... The Latin American debt crisis had a devastating impact on every Latin American country, but Chile was hit hardest with a GDP ... In the Far North the Pre-Hispanic economy of indigenous groups were divided among those that practised agriculture and were ... In the South-Central Araucanía the Chilean invasion of native Mapuche territory caused the economy of Araucanía to change from ...
*  Ports of Brazil
... is considered a benchmark in matters of efficiency in South America and holds the highest average MPH (movements per hour) in ... The Port of Santos near São Paulo is the busiest container port in Latin America and the 37th busiest in the world. Situated on ... Latin America: 81.86. The terminal has 596,000 square meters and a capacity to handle 2 million TEUs per year. Santos Brasil ...
*  Eliana Ramos
Outside of South America, Eliana also worked in Mexico and stayed in Japan for 3 months in early 2006 with her sister Luisel. ... Ramos was a fashion model in Latin America and was signed to Dotto Models, a prestigious modeling agency based in Argentina. ... The deaths drew widespread media attention in Latin America, where the fashion industry's treatment of young women has been the ...
*  Brazil-Guyana relations
... as a result of Brazil's new South-South foreign policy aimed to strengthen South American integration. During a state visit by ... of established international borders through arbitration agreements and opposed any change of borders in the South American ... Guyana portal International relations portal Foreign relations of Brazil Foreign relations of Guyana Union of South American ...
*  Economy of Argentina
No longer the most extensive in South America, its 60 kilometres (37 mi) of track carry a million passengers daily. Argentina ... List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP growth List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP (nominal) ... University of North Carolina Press. Demographic Yearbook 1956 (PDF). UN. p. 362. The Statistical Abstract of Latin America. ... and the second largest in South America behind Brazil. The country benefits from rich natural resources, a highly literate ...
*  Rivadavia, Salta
The highest temperature ever recorded in South America was held by Rivadavia, when it peaked at 48.9 °C (120.0 °F) on December ...
*  South America
Because of South America's broad ethnic mix, South American cuisine has African, South American Indian, Asian, and European ... Almost all of mainland South America sits on the South American Plate. South America is home to the world's highest ... as they combine North America and South America into one continent called the Americas. ""Unveiling the South American Balance ... They migrated south through North America, and eventually reached South America through the Isthmus of Panama. The first ...
*  South America Glacier
... (77°49′S 161°47′E / 77.817°S 161.783°E / -77.817; 161.783Coordinates: 77°49′S 161°47′E / 77.817°S ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "South America Glacier" ( ...
*  Conquering South America
... is the first live album by Florida death metal band Malevolent Creation. Kyle Simmons - Vocals Phil ...
*  Aperam South America
Aperam South America's steel market share in Brazil is estimated to be 90%, and it is the only stainless steel maker in Latin ... Aperam South America, then known Acesita, was founded October 31, 1944, among the cofounders was Percival Farquhar and got into ... Aperam South America, old Acesita and ArcelorMittal Timóteo, is a biggest Brazilian manufacturer of specialty steels. ... In January 2011, was incorporated by the Aperam, changing its name to Aperam South America. Companies portal Vale do Aço Plox ( ...
*  Caribbean South America
... is a region of South America consisting of the nations that border the Caribbean Sea, namely: Colombia ... Northern South America Southern Caribbean ABC Islands Guyanas Spanish Main. ...
*  Portuguese in South America
In South America, Brazilian Portuguese is the standard form of Portuguese for learners and non-native speakers. P.l.e. ( ... Portuguese is the largest language of South America. It is the sole official language of Brazil and is a co-official language ... The main varieties of Portuguese spoken in South America are Brazilian Portuguese (spoken by the vast majority), Uruguayan ... Portuguese-speaking communities in South America outside of Brazil form the primary audience for Brazilian and Portuguese ...
*  Serbs in South America
Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Buenos Aires and South America Serbios Unidos. "BONJOUR MIGUEL AVRAMOVIC". Ohlala Mag. 2009-06-14. ... There are several Serbian communities in South America. Miguel Avramovic (born 1981), Argentinian footballer, paternal family ... Bora Milutinović (born 1944), Serbian football manager, former player, expatriated to many South American countries. Sergio ... "Inmigrantes Serbios en America Latina". Serbios Unidos. Bilbija, Bojan (2013-12-29), Dijaspora može da promeni Srbiju, Politika ...
*  Lawa River (South America)
Lawa River is a river of South America. It forms part of the international boundary between Suriname and French Guiana. It is ...
*  Poverty in South America
... is high in most countries. All of the countries in South America are greatly affected by poverty to ... Brazil is the largest country in South America, and is known to have a low to moderate poverty rate. Poverty in Brazil is more ... Thanks to this improvement in the economy, action is being taken by most South American countries to reduce poverty and improve ... However, in recent years most South American countries have experienced great economic growth. ...
*  Culture of South America
Because of South America's ethnic mix, South American cuisine takes on African, American Indian, and European influences. Bahia ... The majority of South Americans (more than 50%) speak Portuguese. However, most South American countries are Spanish-speaking, ... of Asia Culture of Europe Culture of North America Culture of Oceania Sounds and Colours Magazine exploring South American ... In lowland South America, as well as the Andes, animism and shamanism are common, as noted among the Urarina of Peruvian ...
*  Geography of South America
South America became attached to North America only recently (geologically speaking) with the formation of the Isthmus of ... Geographically, South America is generally considered a continent forming the southern portion of the American landmass, south ... The largest country in South America by far, in both area and population, is Brazil. Regions in South America include the ... An intensified SACZ is associated with enhanced streamflows to the north and diminished flows to the south. This north-south ...
*  Racism in South America
The article describes the state of race relations and racism in South America. Racism of various forms is found in every ... Bolivia, is one of the richest countries in resources and culture in South America. It's composed of many cultures, among them ... In Venezuela, like other South American countries, economic inequality often breaks along ethnic and racial lines. A 2013 ... Discrimination portal Racism by country Antisemitism in South America "Racism and the administration of justice". Amnesty ...
*  Law in South America
The law of South America is one of the most unified in the world. All countries can be said to follow civil law systems, ... Andean Community Mercosur Union of South American Nations Law of Argentina Law of Bolivia Law of Brazil Law of Chile Law of ... Moreover, all countries have recently signed up to the Union of South American Nations agreement, which aims to establish a ... Law of Uruguay Law of Venezuela Law of Aruba Law of Falkland Islands Law of French Guiana Law of South Georgia and the South ...
*  Outline of South America
Culture of South America Coats of arms of South America Flags of South America Religion in South America Islam in South America ... Northern South America Northeastern South America: The Guianas Southern South America: Southern Cone Western South America: ... Demographics of South America List of South American countries by population List of South American countries by GDP PPP ... Military history of South America Spanish American wars of independence Latin American wars of independence South American ...
*  Fascism in South America
... was an assortment of political parties and movements modelled on fascism. Although originating and ... Although the ideas of Falangism probably had the deepest impact in South America, largely due to Hispanidad, more generic ... Fascism in Africa Fascism in Asia Fascism in Europe Fascism in North America Fascism in Oceania Sandra McGee Deutsch, Las ... Guide to the Political Parties of South America, 1973, p. 337 Richard Thurlow, Fascism in Britain A History, 1918-1985, 1987, p ...
*  Flags of South America
Flag of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (British Overseas Territory) Flags of North America Flag of Great Colombia ... This is a gallery of flags of South American countries and affiliated international organizations. Flag of the Organization of ... Flag of the Union of South American Nations Flag of Argentina See also: List of Argentine flags State Flag of Bolivia Flag of ... American States Flag of the Andean Community of Nations Flag of the Caribbean Community Flag of the European Union, for French ...
*  Don't Say No
... may refer to: Don't Say No (Billy Squier album), a 1981 album by American rock singer Billy Squier, and its title ... track Don't Say No (Seohyun EP), a 2016 extended play by South Korean pop singer Seohyun, and its title track "Don't Say No" ( ...
*  Football in South America
... after the 70 North America and Central America had played a separate championship. In South America, Uruguay won the most ... Most South American federations are part of CONMEBOL (the South American Football Confederation), with the exception of ... when a team of South Africans came to play a series of matches on the South American continent. South Africa had a development ... the country had already four times the South American championship won and it was often the other two major South American ...