The newly elected presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Peru have new political plans that may mark a shift to the right in Latin America.
Argentine president Mauricio Macri told British Prime Minister Theresa May he was ready to begin an open dialogue on the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty
Brazil’s new president, Michel Temer, faces a difficult balancing act in his first speech before the General Assembly, after a bruising impeachment battle that ousted his rival, Dilma Rousseff.
The 120-nation group's meeting was held on the Venezuelan resort island of Margarita. Only 12 heads of state chose to attend as a crisis wracks this South American country
As US-driven immigration crackdown forces many to find alternative routes through Mexico, activists fear an increase in trafficking and drownings
If Trump wins, Mexico could revert to anti-American populist policies that would hurt U.S. anti-drug cooperation, trade and investments.
The Colombian rebel group, the Farc, has handed over a first group of child soldiers as part of a peace accord signed with the government last month.
Spanish is the main language in Latin America and digital contents offered to the public were not coherent with culture.
Venezuela’s Margarita Island, is emerging as a flash-point for the South American country’s political crisis as President Maduro prepares to welcome the 17th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement.
On the average, crime is the most important problem for 22 percent of Latin Americans, topped only by the sum of those worried by economic problems including unemployment (16 percent)
Latin American population presence in the United States might be the decisive weight on the balance.
Latin America has different worries from the United States and Europe. Terrorism and immigration are not among their chief concerns. They are not in a protectionist mood
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has insisted Mexico will pay for a border wall "100%", in a major immigration speech.
Republican presidential candidate will meet Peña Nieto ahead of major immigration speech. US presidential candidate urged to apologise for past remarks, and Mexican president criticised for inviting him
The regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean of the International Labor Organization, Jose Manuel Salazar, said this week that there are 232 million migrants and that the phenomenon “cannot be turned back”
Colombia’s government and leftist FARC rebels unveiled a final peace deal on Wednesday to end a 50-year-old guerrilla war, one of the world’s longest conflicts which took the resource-rich country to the brink of being a failed state
Mexico's foreign minister has blamed lax US gun control laws for the flood of illegal weapons into the country, in an unusually frank assessment of the impact of US domestic policy on violence and organized crime in Mexico.
With the Rio Olympics over, Brazil’s attention returns to its long-running political drama as the final phase of suspended President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment trial starts
When it comes to women general development, Latin American countries don’t stop giving out paradoxes; with the highest levels in particular aspects and the lowest ones in some others.
The government of Nicolás Maduro has made some last-ditch efforts to cut costs and pay off debts. As it has for over a decade now, Venezuela is looking to China for much-needed financial assistance.
Criminal gangs in Peru are running gold mines where life is disease-ridden, desperate and dangerous – yet many corporate buyers don’t seem to care
Protest follows complaints by women’s groups of lenient sentences given to perpetrators in recent cases