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LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN 22 March 2011
Last updated at 13:01 ET
Cuba's ex-president Fidel Castro says he resigned from all his positions when he fell ill in 2006, including Communist Party chief which he was thought to still hold.
US President Barack Obama leaves Chile for El Salvador, on the final leg of his five-day trip to Latin America.
Mexico's Finance Minister Ernesto Cordero tells the BBC his country is set for strong growth, with no signs investment is being harmed by concerns over drug violence.
Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom and his wife Sandra Torres file for divorce so she can stand for election to succeed him, officials say.
President Barack Obama hails Latin America's dynamism, and calls for a new relationship based on equal partnership.
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