This photo gallery features some of the top Associated Press imagery taken in Latin America and the Caribbean that you may have missed last week.
As the month of May opened, workers around the region marched to celebrate May Day.
Disabled people staged another protest in Bolivia's capital demanding an increase in their disability pensions. For the first time in decades, a U.S.-based cruise ship docked in Cuba, while Hollywood and high fashion collided at a Chanel fashion show by Karl Lagerfeld in Havana.
In Argentina, former torturers of the last military dictatorship were on trial, and Colombia sent a Peruvian drug kingpin back to his home country.
Chilean fishermen took to the streets of Chiloe Island after losing their catches to a poisonous algae bloom known as red tide.
The Copa America soccer tournament began its semifinals stage with Ecuador's Independiente del Valle surprising many fans by knocking River Plate of Argentina out of the competition.
Photo gallery curated by Tomas Stargardter in Mexico City.
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