Ecuador's foreign minister says the UK wants a solution to the stand-off with Julian Assange, who is holed up in the South American nation's London embassy.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has hailed his departing foreign minister as a "tiger" after she resigned to chase a seat in the country's new assembly.
A group of activists, lawyers and journalists have filed a complaint to a Mexico court claiming the government is spying on them.
Three women have been killed after a bomb rocked one of the busiest shopping centres in Colombia's capital of Bogota.
A teenager died in new protests against Nicolas Maduro's government on Wednesday, just as ahead of the military warned troops not to commit 'atrocities'.
An endemic frog species, that had been declared extinct, has reappeared in Costa Rica after not been sighted for three decades.
Puerto Rico has declared its Zika epidemic over, but the United States has still not changed its travel advice.
A Venezuelan judge who was on a panel that approved the jailing a high-profile opposition leader last year has been shot dead in what the government suggested on...
Want to catch a drug lord? Colombian police seem to think the best way is to drop reward leaflets from a police helicopter.
Thousands of Venezuelans demonstrated Monday after the opposition vowed to intensify pressure on President Nicolas Maduro as they seek to stop him from...
Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno has labelled Julian Assange a "hacker" but says for human rights reasons he can stay at his country's London embassy.
Further clashes take place in Venezuela as police fire tear gas to disperse a rally, with demonstrators fighting back by hurling Molotov cocktails and stones.
Doctors rallied in Venezuela Monday in the latest street protests against President Nicolas Maduro, as a young man lay in hospital after being set on fire by an...
More than 200,000 protesters took to the streets of Venezuela on Saturday, day 50 of an angry and sometimes deadly showdown with the unpopular President Nicolas...
Brazilian President Michel Temer tried to defuse demands for his resignation on Saturday by claiming that the central piece of evidence against him in a...
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