Tortured reporter lauds 'historic' court ruling against Colombia
Brazil, Colombia 'united' in defense of Amazon ahead of UN summit
Colombia "fully accepts the decision," President Ivan Duque tweeted.
Inter-American Court of Human Rights issues ruling holding Colombias govt responsible for the attack on Jineth Bedoya.
Jineth Bedoya was abducted in May 2000 outside a Bogotá prison where she was due to interview a paramilitary leader
Court finds Colombia responsible for rape and torture of journalist
In May 2000, Colombian journalist Jineth Bedoya was kidnapped, beaten and gang-raped while reporting on paramilitaries during the country's armed conflict.
Seplveda, it seemed, was too happy to die and should therefore be condemned to a future of, well, pain.
While Colombia’s rig count has increased in recent months, production is lagging behind, just as crude prices are rallying to new highs
Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez were spotted enjoying a fall day in New York City alongside Sanchez's ex, Tony Gonzales, and his wife, October.
Blinken to highlight democracy on Ecuador, Colombia trip
Violence threatens Colombian peace accords, UN warns
Brazil's central bank on Tuesday made its first intervention in the spot currency market since March in support of the real after it almost touched a six-month low due to fresh concerns about looser government spending ahead of next year's election.
The real fell 0.8 percent, the sole decliner among major currencies, while the Ibovespa stock gauge slumped 2.5 percent.
A Brazilian footballer has been banned from the sport for two years after he attacked a referee and kicked him in the head during a match earlier this month
Brazilian lower house Speaker Arthur Lira signaled late on Monday that he might be open to discuss the introduction of a welfare program that could break the country's spending ceiling.
Privately-owned Votorantim SA, one of Brazil's biggest diversified industrial groups, has announced a plan with Canada Pension Plan to consolidate their energy assets in Brazil to create a listed integrated renewables platform, they said on Monday.
Brazil's government is considering combining pandemic relief payments and "Bolsa Familia" welfare programs into a monthly stipend of 300 reais ($54.42) next year, according to an Economy Ministry official with direct knowledge of the matter.
Despite rampant misinformation and an anti-vax president, Brazil found a way.
Brazil central bank monetary policy director Bruno Serra said on Friday the bank expects pressures to devalue the real to ease next year and discussed forex intervention.
A Brazilian Senate probe into the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic will recommend in its final report due next week that President Jair Bolsonaro face 11 criminal charges, the senator leading the inquiry said on Friday, though it remains highly unlikely that he will face a trial on any such charges. Renan Calheiros said during a radio interview that the investigation launched in April has collected evidence to show that Bolsonaro should be formally charged with genocide again
A Brazilian Senate probe into the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic will recommend in its final report due next week that President Jair Bolsonaro face 11 criminal charges, the senator leading the inquiry said on Friday, though it remains highly unlikely that he will face a trial on any such charges.
Pietra Parker is everything and more. For 'Cosmo Queens' she did a Red Devil look that'll leave your jaw dropped. Don't say I didn't warn ya!
BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) Brazil's Vice President Hamilton Mouro said on Friday that a...
President Biden's pick to lead the government's border agency told senators Tuesday that there are reasons to restart construction on the border wall, saying there are "some gaps" left by the new administration's halt.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, on Tuesday introduced a bill to bring processing centers for migrants to where the "Democrat elites host their cocktail parties."
Chris Magnus, who has been nominated by President Joe Biden to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection, refused to call the ongoing situation at the U.S.-Mexico border a "crisis" when
State Rep. Eddie Morales, Jr. penned a letter to President Biden requesting approval of Gov. Greg Abbott's border emergency declaration.
Almost 6,000 soldiers are now guarding Polands frontier with neighbouring Belarus amid a surge in border crossings.
President Joe Biden is "complicit" in helping with the immigrant "invasion" coming over the nation's southern border, and he's not re-implementing former President Donald Trump's remain in Mexico policy for another month because he wants to bring as many migrants as...
Panama has caught 52 people on terrorist watch lists who were en route to the U.S., a Republican congressman said in a new podcast Monday, citing a conversation with Panama's foreign minister.
A law enforcement source told Breitbart U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has released over 16,000 immigrants who had tested positive for COVID-19. The number does not include how many
With the border in total chaos, maybe Joe was forced to make this adjustment to his immigration policy. Weve endured consecutive months of 200K-plus apprehensions at the border. Theres no
"It is simply shameful," said one protester.
Fed-up immigration advocates ditched a virtual meeting with Biden administration officials to protest the White House's plan to restart former President Donald Trump's "Remain in Mexico" program, according to a report.
All the pain now being experienced along the border and in the camps at Fort Bliss, a...
Portugal paid official homage Tuesday to Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a Portuguese diplomat who during World War II helped save thousands of people from Nazi persecution, by placing a tomb with his name in the country's National Pantheon.Leading Portuguese politicians and...
Portugal has paid tribute to Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a diplomat who helped save thousands of people from Nazi persecution during World War II.
Portugal paid tribute on Tuesday to former diplomat Aristides de Sousa Mendes, who defied the Salazar dictatorship to issue visas to tens of thousands of Jews and other refugees, saving them from the horrors of Nazi concentration camps.
LISBON, Portugal (AP) Portugal paid official homage Tuesday to Aristides de Sousa...
Portugal paid official homage Tuesday to Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a Portuguese diplomat who during World War II helped save thousands of people from Nazi persecution, by placing a tomb with his name in the country’s National Pantheon. Leading Portuguese politicians and public figures attended the formal televised ceremony as the tomb was placed alongside other celebrated figures from Portuguese history at the landmark Lisbon building. The speaker of the Portuguese Parliament, Eduardo
Portugal has paid official homage to a Portuguese diplomat who during World War II helped save thousands of people from Nazi persecution.
Portuguese and Spanish authorities have seized 5.2 tonnes of cocaine from a sailboat on the high seas and arrested three suspects, in Portugal's largest drug bust in 15 years and a world-record haul from a sailboat, police said on Monday.
Opposition candidate and former prime minister Jose Maria Neves won Cape Verde's presidential election on Sunday, as his main rival, the ruling party's flagbearer Carlos Veiga, conceded defeat.
18 countries participate in this colorful event
The West African archipelago nation of Cape Verde, one of the continent's most stable democracies, voted on Sunday for a new president who will be tasked with righting its tourism-driven economy after the COVID-19 pandemic sent growth cratering.
Netflix hosted a special screening of their upcoming Jeymes Samuel Western "The Harder They Fall," produced by Jay Z and James Lassiter, which was attended by the biggest names in entertainment, including Beyonc, Kelly Rowland, Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, Regina King, Jonathan Majors and more.
Cape Verde, one of Africa's most stable democracies, will vote for a new president on Sunday as the country tries to right its tourism-driven economy from the blow dealt by the coronavirus pandemic.