Peruvian miners go on a nationwide strike to protest government-proposed labor reforms.
Cuban President Raul Castro criticizes US President Donald Trump’s partial rollback of the US-Cuban reconciliation deals, calling the move “a setback.”
Fine Canadian spies and analysts sue their bosses over allegations of discrimination and abusive conduct.
A judge has ordered former Peruvian President Ollanta Humala and his wife to be jailed for 18 month for money laundering before a trial is launched.
Dozens of armed inmates set fire to a prison in Guyana’s capital Georgetown, engaging in gunfight with security guards.
Peruvian people hold rallies to protest the possible pardon of former president Alberto Fujimori.
A fire at El Salvador’s Finance Ministry building has left at least one woman dead and 22 other people injured.
The Canadian government has held huge celebrations marking 150 year of semi-autonomy amid protests from the indigenous community.
An earthquake measured at a magnitude of 6.8 shakes off the coast of Guatemala, causing powerful tremors in El Salvador.
Chilean police clash with a large group protesting students calling for free education in the Latin American country.
Peru’s Congress has dismissed the finance minister with a 88-11 no-confidence vote, a fresh blow to centrist President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
Cuba and its South American allies deplore the US president for reinstating the anti-Havana restrictions eased by the former Washington administration.
Trump on Friday will announce a significant rollback of Obama’s accord with Cuba by imposing travel and trade restrictions on the island nation, a new report says.
Canadian politicians and refugee advocates have urged the government to scrap a US pact that has spurred asylum seekers to cross the border illegally after a woman trying to walk into Canada was found dead of possible hypothermia.
The former military dictator's rein was rigged with controversies such as domestic repression, killing of opponents, drug-trafficking links, money laundering and espionage.
Thousands of fans trying to force their way into a stadium for a soccer championship stampeded in panic when police fired tear gas, leaving at least four people dead.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Friday defied a demand by Ecuador — which has granted him asylum and shelter at its London Embassy — to steer clear of Latin American politics.
Clashes between rival rebel groups in the Central African Republic town of Bria kill 22 people over the past week.
Ecuador expresses concern over the lack of progress by Sweden in investigating allegations against Julian Assange.
At least two people are dead and more than 2,000 displaced after heavy floods struck northeastern Chile.
Heavy rains and waters from melting snow in eastern, western, and central Canada prompt officials declare states of emergency.
A Cuban military plane crashed into a hillside in the western province of Artemisa, killing the eight people on board.
NAFTA partners Mexico, Canada and the United States plan to swiftly renegotiate their free trade deal, the White House says.
The UNSC unanimously voted to end a peacekeeping mission in Haiti in October after over 20 years.
Opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso filed a complaint Wednesday challenging Ecuador election results.
The movement behind more than two weeks of social unrest in French Guiana has called for a complete shutdown of the overseas territory from Monday.
Lawmakers at Paraguay’s lower house postpone a vote on a law allowing the president to be reelected following violent public protests.
Supporters of Ecuador’s opposition leader hold protests over ‘election fraud’ after the conservative politician refused to concede defeat in the presidential vote.
Uruguay said on Sunday it was losing hope of finding alive any of the 22 crew members missing two days after a South Korean ship sank in the South Atlantic.
Lenin Moreno, a paraplegic, was on Sunday declared the winner of the presidential runoff in the Latin American country.
Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes has expressed “deep regret” over the killing of a young opposition activistby police forces.
Voters will have to choose between Lenin Moreno and Guillermo Lasso in the runoff election.
A Paraguayan opposition political activist was shot in the head and killed when police raided his party headquarters during riots against a contested electoral reform.
Paraguayan protesters have set fire to the country's Congress building after lawmakers approved presidential re-election.
President Bachelet vowed to fight for the protection and boost of Asia-Pacific trade.
French Guiana faced a nationwide strike Monday over crime and economic difficulties, amid protests that have paralyzed the French territory in South America.
The air force has mobilized its planes to airlift thousands of citizens from flood-ravaged areas as the death toll from the disaster surges.
Flooding and mudslides caused by heavy downpours claim dozens of lives in Peru.
Protesters in Chile clash with police while rallying against the failed Transpacific Partnership.
Authorities in Chile evacuate thousands as fire tears through forests in the center of the country.
A runaway bus kills 34 and injures 15 in northwestern Haiti.
Thousands of Guatemalans staged a rally to call for a probe into the deadly fire incident at a state-run shelter that claimed the lives of 39 girls.
Thousands of women protested in Latin American countries against sexual harassment and violence on Wednesday.
A blaze erupted at a shelter for children and adolescents in Guatemala on Wednesday.
The Cuban president lambasted US President Trump over his immigration ban and plan to construct a border wall on the Mexican border.
Police in Chile fire teargas at striking miners during a protest over work conditions.
A runoff has now been scheduled in Ecuador’s presidential election for April.
Nearly two dozen asylum seekers illegally cross into Canada from the United States amid uncertainty in the US refugee system.
Neither of the two leading candidates in the South American country’s presidential election has so far received enough votes to avoid a runoff.
The Canadian PM hails his country’s trade pact with the EU, saying it could become a blueprint for future deals.
Canadian parliamentarians started debate an anti-Islamophobia motion on Wednesday night.
Alejandro Toledo, the former leader, stands accused of taking 20 million dollars in bribes from Brazilian construction firm Odebrecht.
The Canadian foreign minister says her country will “respond appropriately” to a potential move by the US to impose tariffs on Canadian imports.
Moise took the oath during a ceremony at the National Assembly in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.
Protest rallies are held in major cities against US President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban targeting citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.
A 27-year-old university student, the suspect in the deadly shooting at Quebec’s Islamic Cultural Center faces 11 charges of murder and attempted murder.
The planes included an Ilyushin Il-76 for the Russian Air Force and two C-130 Brazilian Hercules with the capacity of containing tons of water for firefighting missions.
The suspects were arrested “for their possible responsibility in the forest fires,” according to President Michelle Bachelet.
Six people are killed at a shooting incident at the Islamic Cultural Center of Quebec in Canada.
Floods have killed 11 people and displaced thousands of Peruvian families in recent weeks.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says refugees fleeing war and persecution are welcome in his country, irrespective of their faith.
This year’s rally was further dedicated to the Latin American country’s late revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
Bolivian President Evo Morales says he has called on Mexico to unite with the Latin American and Caribbean states.
Chilean officials have raised the death toll from the ongoing wildfires in the country to six.
Cuban President Raul Castro voices hopes over the continuation of normalizing ties with the United States.
Three Chilean firefighters lose their lives amid ongoing efforts to contain the wildfires raging across a large area of land.
Australia and New Zealand say they will seek to encourage China and other Asian nations to join the TPP while Chile says it will continue to pursue new deals.
Forest fires have been raging through 450 square kilometers in central Mexico.
The Cuban envoy to the UN condemns the “politicization” of the crisis in Syria.
A Canadian judge has been suspended over donning Donald Trump’s red cap after US presidential election.
About 50 fire brigades as well as water-dumping airplanes and helicopters are combating the blaze.
Cubans take to the streets of Havana in honor of the 58th anniversary of the country's revolution.
The UN says Cholera outbreak in Haiti will persist in case of insufficient funding.
Human rights activists in Uruguay were celebrating the death of Alvarez on Wednesday.
Police used tear gas and water canon to disperse the protesters, demanding release of their leader.
A 7.7-magnitude earthquake has shaken southern Chile, prompting authorities to sound and then lift tsunami alert.
Nine former agents of late Chilean dictator Pinochet have asked forgiveness for their crimes, but victims’ families slam the gesture as a ploy.
Peruvians march in the capital in a show of support for Education Minister Jaime Saavedra, who is pushing for educational reforms.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla and EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini signed the agreement on Monday.
Cuba is seeking to secure at least 12 more pacts with the US before Donald Trump takes control of the White House.
The LaMia airline boss is being grilled over a recent plane crash in Colombia that killed 71 people, including members of a Brazilian football team.
Youths attack police with petrol bombs following peaceful protests in Athens to mark the eighth anniversary of a teenager's killing by police.
The ashes of iconic Cuba’s revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro, were laid to rest in Santiago de Cuba City.
Huge crowds and foreign dignitaries gather in the city of Santiago for the memorial service of the late Cuban leader.
Tensions are simmering in the poor Caribbean nation after early results show political novice won the presidential race.
Heads of state from Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Mexico and South Africa and representatives from Iran and the US were some of the high-profile attendees at a ceremony to honor the late Cuban leader.
Cuba is the scene of large scale rallies held in tribute to recently deceased Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
The final results are due to be announced on December 29, with the winner having a bumpy road ahead as president of the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
US President-elect Donald Trump has threatened to “terminate the deal," with Cuba.
A survey finds nearly 1,000 sex assaults reported in Canadian military last year.
Throngs of Cubans begin a memorial service in Cuba’s Havana to pay homage to Fidel Castro.