Bala Chambers is a journalist and researcher in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has operated across the globe from Latin America, The Middle East and Europe. He covers politics, human rights, economics, environment, culture, & sport He is available for all live-reporting, multimedia work, interviews, analysis, voiceover and independent research. His work has been published in Al Jazeera English and TRT World, amongst others. He holds a Master's degree in Journalism. He speaks fluent Spanish.
Youths in Argentina can vote as soon as they turn 16 and most are lean away from the economic right
The South American nation remains deeply divided between those who see ousted President Evo Morales as a champion of the indigenous and downtrodden, and those who see him as an autocrat in the making.
Public education is considered low quality due to what protesters say is a lack of investment in resources and teacher wages.
Many Chileans see similarities between the Chile of today and the one under General Pinochet’s rule.
Following deaths of kidnapped journalists, rebels by splinter FARC group also abduct Ecuadorian couple, government says.
New Netflix series has exposed some of the deeper political division in Brazil in advance of ex-president Lula's trial.
Some celebrated, while others denounced decision to deny Lula's request to avoid jail while appealing his conviction
Ex-Brazil President Dilma Rousseff calls for international solidarity in Spain after imprisonment of former leader Lula.