An Argentine Navy submarine with 44 sailors aboard hasn't been heard from since Wednesday.
A search is underway for an Argentine submarine with 44 crew members on board is missing in the South Atlantic, 32 kilometres from the Patagonian coast.
European Union foreign ministers have approved economic sanctions on Venezuela.
Hundreds of mothers gathered to breastfeed their babies in a park in Bogota Friday, in a "nurse-in" demonstration aimed at raising acceptance of the practice and...
Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez says the US is 'deliberately lying' about unexplained 'sonic' attacks on diplomats in Cuba.
Adelaide drug mule Cassie Sainsbury has been sentenced to a maximum of six years behind bars in Colombia and slapped with a $US90,000 fine after a judge rubber...
Contestants broke with tradition and turned the Miss Peru pageant into a protest highlighting violence against women in one of South America's most dangerous...
Argentine President Maurico Macri's centre-right coalition is on the path to win the country's mid-term elections, with the tipped victory strengthening his...
The family of Argentinian protester Santiago Maldonado are convinced a body found in a river is his, with reports police detained him before he went missing.
Venezuelan electoral board president Tibisay Lucena says the ruling Socialist Party has won 17 governorships, versus five for the opposition.
Uruguay's first transgender senator has assumed her seat representing the Communist Party.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has baited US President Donald Trump by thanking him for a barrage of criticism that has made him famous worldwide.
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Singer and political activist Sir Bob Geldof has lashed world leaders, saying he is "sick of them", calling Aung San Suu Kyi a "great ethnic cleanser".
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