About Latin America
Latin American countries are multi-ethnic, home to people of different ethnic and national backgrounds.
In Latin America most elderly men are still married but many elderly women are not, mainly due to widowhood.
Latin Americans (Spanish: latinoamericano, Portuguese: latino-americano) are the citizens of the Latin American countries and dependencies.
The Aztec empire was ultimately the most powerful civilization known throughout the Americas, until its downfall in part by the Spanish invasion.
This politico-economical initiative was institutionalized in North America by the 1994 NAFTA, and elsewhere in the Americas through a series of like agreements
he proportion in Chile is higher, but the scheme's effect is not yet known because years of participation are required.
In Chile in 1992, for example, 24 percent of married people sixty years and older lived only with their spouse, and 15 percent of unmarried people in the same age group lived alone.