US president's wife blunders her way through prepared notes in widely criticised speech
A 41-one year brother of the first suspect arrested, has been questioned by authorities who also seized firearm cartridges and an oar
Earlier reports citing Mr Phillip's wife claimed the freelance reporter's body had been located
Chilean state publicly apologises for the unauthorised but once widespread procedure for the first time
Critics said the bill, which was approved on International Women's Day, 'should really be called a law to imprison and kill women'
Covid measures were linked to nearly 750,000 fewer infections of the mosquito-borne dengue virus, also known as 'breakbone fever'
The ruling is hailed as a 'landmark moment' which will set an 'important precedent' for historically conservative Latin America
Rebuke from Beijing comes after Foreign Secretary said the 'Falklands are part of the British family'
Colombia has become the most dangerous country in the world for environmental activists
President has inspired a TV cartoon in which a flying, caped crusader wearing blue pants repeatedly saves his socialist nation
Nicaragua is the only country in the world to not have cancelled public events, at any time, in the face of Covid-19
Former president dismisses fears that Jair Bolsonaro will try to cling to power, claiming voters will 'reject authoritarianism'
The former student activist seeks to overhaul Chile’s privatised economy and strengthen social welfare
The country's leading ecologist Ricardo Navarro slammed the plan to power a new Bitcoin city with geothermal energy
Archaeologists in Peru unearth remains thought to be of a man aged 18-22 at the time of his death
Rival fans of star's Boca Juniors club were intent on stealing the organ, a leading Argentinian journalist has claimed
Identities of those released and the circumstances under which they were freed were not disclosed
A trusted ally of the Mexican president in his campaign to root out corruption has resigned following a scandal over his wedding party
Opposition flee for their lives as Nicaraguan revolutionary feted by the British Left completes transformation into ruthless dictator
President Daniel Ortega is poised to win a fourth consecutive term in November's election
From transcontinental highways to fighter jets, Beijing’s rapidly growing economic influence is threatening Western values
The celebration of life, death and rebirth, which lasts for several days, includes ceremonial dances, combat and feasts
More than 100 killed in savage prison riots in Ecuador
Fresh humanitarian crisis has caught officials on both sides of the Rio Grande off guard
Jeanine Añez's condition is deteriorating as Bolivia appears to be sliding towards a Venezuela-style Leftist regime
Brazen attempt to silence TV anchor shone a spotlight on government’s inability — or unwillingness — to halt the cartels’ bloodshed
A tropical storm is set to make landfall tomorrow, potentially hampering rescue and aid efforts
Mexico's president has vowed to protect Azucena Uresti, one of the country's best known anchors, from the Jalisco New Generation cartel
Foreign minister claims US Government is responsible as 'its continuous campaigns against our country encourage these behaviours'