House Hunting in . . . Montevideo, Uruguay
After a surge in sales from 2003 to 2011, the number of transactions in the Uruguayan capital has declined.
A Neo-Classical Style Apartment in Central Montevideo
The 3,660-square-foot apartment has 10 balconies that overlook the surrounding neighborhoods, including Plaza de Cagancha, one of the city’s best-known public squares.
Gabriela Hearst at Home, in Uruguay
When she isn’t a Manhattan mother-cum-fashion designer, Hearst is an indomitable gaucho on her childhood ranch.
Home and Work: Gabriela Hearst
The roots of the designer’s refined designs are surprisingly rugged — a working ranch on the pampas of Uruguay.
Disappearance of ex-Guantánamo Bay Prisoner Raises Alarms
Suggestions that a former detainee sent to Uruguay may have crossed the border into Brazil have prompted concerns on releasing detainees to other countries.
From Uruguay, a Model for Making Abortion Safer
Even when abortion was illegal, doctors organized to inform pregnant women of their choices and promise post-abortion treatment.
Venezuela Advances to Copa América Quarterfinals
The European soccer championship can be watched in highly secured fan zones, but bars and restaurants are prohibited from showing the tournament to outdoor crowds.
A Rebuke to Venezuela’s President
“You betray your people and your supposed ideology with your rambling tirades,” wrote the secretary general of the Organization of American States to President Nicolás Maduro.
England and Uruguay Stage Big Comebacks on the Road
The way Uruguay came from two goals down against Brazil was no more surprising than how England, also down two goals, emerged a 3-2 victor in Germany.
Uruguay’s Quiet Democratic Miracle
If ‘South America’ summons images of political turmoil, populist tyrants, religious mania and epic corruption, think again.
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