The death toll from this week’s shooting at a church in the Brazilian city of Campinas has risen to five, officials said Wednesday.
US President Donald Trump and Mexico’s top immigration officials painted sharply different pictures Tuesday of the large groups of Central American migrants at the border.
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The new law went into effect Saturday.
Endangered seals are baffling conservationists with an unlikely predicament — getting eels stuck up their noses.
Authorities in Tijuana say they plan to open another shelter for migrants in the Mexican border city.
The death of a mother and her young baby from a suspected bear attack has shocked locals in Canada’s remote Yukon territory.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known as AMLO, began his six-year term promising to carry out a strong fight against corruption.
Nearly 100 migrants will be deported following an incident Sunday in which hundreds of people rushed the US-Mexico border, Mexican authorities say.
A 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Colombia on Saturday, according to a preliminary report from the US Geological Survey.
The number of US citizens seeking refuge in Canada skyrocketed last year.
A week and a half after their arrival at the Guatemala-Mexico border, thousands of migrants from Central America are still slowly moving north.
Brazilians on Sunday will elect the country’s next President amid one of the most polarizing and violent political campaigns in its history.
After reaching Mexico, Central Americans in the migrant caravan hear that US President Trump has been raising the alarm about their intentions.
Far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro was declared the winner of Brazil’s presidential elections Sunday, according to the Supreme Electoral Tribunal official Twitter account.
Trudging forward in the sweltering sun, thousands of migrants left the Mexican city of Tapachula on Monday and continued their trek toward the US border.
Three rafts carrying 18 people overturned, 13 people survived.
Crowds of migrants resumed their long journey north on Sunday from the Mexican border city of Ciudad Hidalgo, according to Mexican federal police officers.