At least eight people were killed Wednesday in a shooting at a school near Sao Paulo, Brazil, according to the country’s military police.
Two arrests in Brazil may finally shed light on the killing of popular politician Marielle Franco, whose death sparked national protests one year ago.
The flight traveling between San Jose del Guaviare to Villavicencio in Colombia.
Most of Venezuela remained in the dark Friday, more than 20 hours after a massive power outage left over 70% of the country without electricity.
Brazil’s far-right President, Jair Bolsonaro, has posted an explicit video on Twitter in an apparent effort to denigrate the country’s raucous Carnival celebrations.
An American freelance journalist reportedly detained by Venezuelan authorities in a raid on his Caracas home has been released.
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Cubans have voted to approve a new constitution, according to government officials, after going to the polls in a historic vote on Sunday.
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.
A chaotic scene unfolded as a massive caravan of Honduran migrants reached the Guatemala-Mexico border Friday. See live updates.
Many Canadians celebrated Wednesday as marijuana was sold legally in their country for the first time.
As US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heads into meetings in Mexico’s capital, thousands of migrants are nearing the country’s southern border.
One of the suspects accused of trying to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro using drones armed with explosives died under mysterious circumstances Monday.
At least 10 people were killed after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck near Haiti on Saturday night, according to Haiti’s civil protection agency.