Venezuela’s government this week urged citizens to see rabbits as more than 'cute pets' as it defended a plan to breed and eat them even as the opposition says...
A ballet dancer in Peru who hid the Shining Path rebel leader in her apartment has been freed after spending 25 years in jail.
Brazilian authorities are investigating reports about 10 members of an uncontacted Amazon tribe were killed in a massacre after gold miners were heard 'boasting'...
The massive earthquake off southern Mexico on Thursday night that killed at least 90 people damaged tens of thousands of homes and afflicted upwards of two...
Pope Francis on Saturday visited Medellin, epicenter of Colombia’s narco wars of the 1980s and asked that God convert the hearts of the 'drug assassins' who cut...
Pope Francis on Saturday travels to Medellin, once notorious as the stomping grounds of drug lord Pablo Escobar, to find a city transformed since his predecessor...
Officials warn the toll from Mexico's largest earthquake in a century is set to rise further after 61 people were confirmed dead.
Reconciliation is the central theme of the Pope's five-day visit to Colombia as he heads to an area once besieged by leftist rebels.
Pope Francis is visiting Colombia for the first time in 30 years to promote peace after decades of war that has displaced 220,000 people.
A Colombian nun-turned-rapper in sports sneakers will perform for Pope Francis when he visits her country this week.
Former Brazil presidents Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rouseff are among eight people charged with forming a criminal organisation.
Former chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega becomes the subject of embezzlement accusations launched ed by Venezuela.
Some 200,000 troops from the National Bolivarian Armed Forces and 700,000 reservists carry out two days of military exercises in defiance of US sanctions imposed...
The remains of 16 Chinese labourers have been unearthed in Peru - proof of how workers from China flooded the area once slavery was abolished in 1854.
Venezuela has had the signal cut for two Colombian cable TV channels it says called for President Nicolas Maduro to be murdered prompting censorship criticism.
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