Venezuela reacts to the US president’s UN speech, stressing that the country does not accept "threats from President Trump or whomever in this world."
A powerful 7.1-magnitude quake leaves a trail of death and destruction in Mexico.
Brazil’s President Michel Temer has condemned a rise in nationalism and protectionism around the world.
Hurricane Maria creeps toward the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico after it ripped through the small island nation of Dominica.
Mexican women stage nationwide rallies to protest the gruesome murder of a a young girl after taking a taxi from a ride-sharing app.
The US intelligence community has not yet managed to come up with a clear explanation as to what, or who caused mysterious injuries reported by 21 US diplomatic staff in Cuba.
Tropical Storm Norma surges to hurricane strength off Mexico’s Pacific coast which was pounded just hours earlier by Tropical Storm Max.
Caracas censures US President Donald Trump's plans to meet with Latin American leaders concerning Venezuela's ongoing crisis.
The Brazilian president faces fresh criminal charges, including racketeering and obstruction of justice.
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's cabinet was forced to resign Friday after losing a vote of confidence in the opposition-controlled Congress.
The Venezuelan government and opposition have agreed to mediation by Latin American countries to solve a political and economic crisis in Venezuela.
A new poll suggests more Mexicans are losing confidence in Trump’s way of handling foreign affairs.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva is grilled at a court over corruption charges.
Venezuela defends its rights record, rejecting as 'baseless' reports by the United Nations on alleged rights violations against protesters.
At least 90 people are confirmed dead after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico, according to updated official figures.
Hurricane Katia makes landfall in eastern Mexico, which has already been grappling with the aftermath of its worst earthquake in a century.
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has accused Julio Borges of “treason” for taking a European tour to gather support for the Venezuelan opposition.
Mexican police and protesters have clashed at a rally staged to protest a visit to the region by the president in the southern state of Oaxaca.
President Enrique Pena Nieto said the quake's magnitude was 8.2, making it the largest in Mexico in 100 years — even larger than the magnitude 8.1 quake in 1985, which killed thousands.
Six farmers were reportedly shot dead in the Peruvian Amazon by a group of masked men in an apparent dispute over land rights.
Hurricane Irma has sowed a trail of deadly devastation through the Caribbean, reducing to rubble the tropical islands of Barbuda and St. Martin.
Mexicans aid workers are crossing the US border to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Two former Brazilian presidents have been formally charged with obtaining illegal money in a large-scale probe into the affairs of Brazil’s state oil company, Petrobras.
Colombia and the ELN rebel group agree a ceasefire that will take effect on October 1, with the possibility for extensions if it is respected.
Colombia’s ELN rebel group says it killed a Russian hostage when he attempted to escape back in April.
The United States has claimed that at least 19 Americans serving at the US Embassy in Havana experienced symptoms from mysterious attacks on their health in Cuba.
Thousands of Argentineans hold demonstrations to demand answers from the government over the fate of a missing activist.
Hundreds of protesters take to the streets in Mexico City to demand the government scrap the 1994 trade deal with the US and Canada.
Brazil's President Temer arrives in China to attend the BRICS summit.
Colombia's FARC, formerly a guerrilla group, re-launches itself Friday as a leftist political party following its disarmament after a half-century civil conflict.
Clashes have broken out between Peruvian police and striking teachers rallying to protest their working conditions.
Venezuela offered $5 million in aid Wednesday to the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the United States.
Venezuela slams French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent remarks against the Latin American country’s leadership.
Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly says it will have pertinent bodies sue nationals who promoted recent US sanctions on the Latin American country.
Hundreds protest the Guatemalan president’s attempt to expel a UN official probing corruption charges against him.
Thousands of demonstrators rally in Buenos Aires against police brutality.
Russia says the US’ anti-Venezuela sanctions are aimed at upsetting the country’s internal balance and creating economic problems.
China censures the fresh US sanctions against Venezuela and says unilateral measures would 'not help resolve the actual problem.'
Disarmed members of Colombia’s FARC rebel group launch a week-long congress to discuss the steps towards the establishment of political party.
The Foreign Ministry hits back at Trump, who took to Twitter again to renew a pledge to make Mexico City fund his proposed border wall.
A video posted on the government's Twitter site showed Morales declaring Ivan Velasquez "non grata."
The Venezuelan foreign minister says the anti-Maduro opposition lobbied in the US for the imposition of sanctions on Caracas and is now blaming the president for the bans.
Venezuela launches two days of war-games in the face of US President Donald Trump's threats of military action against the country.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls on military to be prepared for an eventual US invasion.
Police in Peru have clashed with protesting school teachers who have have been on strike against their low wages.
A passenger boat carrying 70 people has sunk in northern Brazil, leaving at least seven people dead.
Venezuela’s dissolved opposition-controlled parliament has convened in defiance of a move by the pro-government Constituent Assembly to take over the legislature’s powers.
The newly-formed Venezuelan Constituent Assembly takes over legislative powers from the opposition-led congress.
Canada is working to handle a surge in the number of asylum seekers from the United States.
Hundreds of Argentineans have rallied in Buenos Aires to show their solidarity with the Venezuelan government against US threats of military action.
Opposition candidates running in Venezuela’s October elections will be investigated by a newly-formed ‘truth commission,’ officials say.
The UN chief says Latin American countries must be safeguarded from foreign intervention after the US president threatened military intervention in Venezuela.
President Santos has declared the end of the 50-year old conflict with the former rebels, following the group’s handover of the last batch of its weapons.
Venezuela’s opposition rejects any manner of foreign military intervention two days after Trump said Washington was considering such actions in the crisis-ridden country.
The US would experience 15 times as many difficulties as in the Vietnam War if it enforces a threat of military action against Venezuela, says the country’s foreign minister.
The Venezuelan defense chief censures as the US president’s threat of military action as an act of “craziness” and “supreme extremism.”
The Venezuelan president has vowed to stand up to the United States for its “imperialistic” behavior but said he seeks to meet US President Donald Trump for a “personal conversation.”
Cuba says it is investigating allegations by the United States that unspecified “incidents” caused physical symptoms in some US diplomats in Havana.
The United States has imposed new sanctions on Venezuela following the oil-rich nation’s election of a new assembly tasked with rewriting the constitution.
President Nicolas Maduro has called for “dialog” and “respect” for his country.
The probe blamed Venezuelan government forces for the 73 deaths in recent protests.
Mexican farmers and workers stage a mass rally to voice their opposition to the 1994 free trade deal with the US and Canada.
Some 40 websites come under cyberattack by hackers apparently supporting a recent armed rebel assault on a Venezuelan military base.
The US is planning additional sanctions for Venezuela following the oil-rich nation’s election of a new assembly tasked with rewriting the constitution.
Venezuela’s opposition-controlled parliament announces that it will not recognize any decrees issued by the country’s newly formed constitutional assembly.
Venezuelan authorities say an anti-government military action has been crushed near the central city of Valencia.
Leopoldo Lopez was first arrested in 2014 and released to house arrest last month along with another opposition leader Antonio Ledezma.
Venezuela’s new constitutional assembly sacks the attorney general amid a growing unrest.
Heavily armed Brazilian army troops and police launch a pre-dawn crackdown on gangs operating out of slums across Rio de Janeiro.
Venezuela’s president criticizes the prosecutor’s office for failure to control the opposition-led violent protests across the Latin American country.
The controversial legislative super-body of Venezuela has held its first session amid condemnations and protests.
The Venezuelan president strongly rejects the allegation of fraud in the recent vote on a new powerful assembly as ‘an enemy reaction.’
Brazilian lawmakers toss out corruption charges against scandal-plagued President Temer.
A voting technology company claims that the turnout figures for Sunday's vote in Venezuela have been manipulated.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva faces a sixth trial on graft charges related to a sweeping political kickback scheme involving state-owned companies.
Brazilian lawmakers are set to vote on whether to put the president on trial over corruption charges.
Venezuelan arrests the country’s two prominent opposition leaders.
Nieto rejects Trump’s claim that he has received a phone call from the Mexican leader in praise of a controversial border wall.
The Venezuelan president says he will not be intimidated by US threats after Washington announced sanctions on him over the Sunday vote.
The United States has imposed new financial sanctions on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelans are to stage new protests after a vote for a new assembly tasked with rewriting the constitution.
Election officials put the turnout in the Sunday election at 41 percent, with Maduro hailing the results as a win for the country’s revolution.
People in Venezuela are voting in a controversial election to elect an all-powerful 545-seat Constituent Assembly, which can draft a new constitution.
Venezuelan prosecutors say a candidate in the country’s assembly election has been shot dead.
Canadian PM says his government is taking “very seriously” reports that Saudi Arabia is using Canadian-made armored vehicles in a crackdown on Shias.
President Michel Temer ordered that 8,500 army troops and 1,500 other security personnel be sent to Rio to fight a wave of crime there.
Venezuelans will go to the polls on Sunday to elect 545 members of a planned Constituent Assembly, amid protests and fierce domestic and international opposition.
Six people are killed in an explosion at an illegal gold mine in central Colombia.
Ottawa voices “deep concerns” over the Saudi kingdom’s apparent use of Canadian military equipment in its crackdown on its Shia population.
Fears of open conflict rise as Venezuela’s opposition vows to continue street protests despite a government ban ahead of a controversial election.
The State Department has ordered the family members of US diplomats to leave Venezuela as a political crisis deepens there.