Major League Baseball players such as Francisco Cervelli, Mets catcher Wilson Ramos and Houston Astros' Jos Altuve are among those raising awareness and funds for Venezuelan refugees.
Maduro says still in control, open to talks with US: report
Trump administration officials have given five energy companies with strong ties to Houston another three months in the oil fields of the troubled South American nation of Venezuela.
CARACAS, Venezuela Venezuelan President Nicols Maduro cast himself as the wily survivor of a dramatic, yearlong struggle by the opposition at home and its allies in Washington to unseat...
In an exclusive, extensive interview with The Washington Post, the embattled leader appeared confident, defiant and unwilling to negotiate his exit.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Saturday granted permission for Chevron Corp, the last major U.S. oil company operating in Venezuela, to continue working in the country until April 22.
Juan Guaid should harness his renewed international support to obtain electoral conditions that lead to free and fair elections.
Venezuelan opposition lawmakers are expected in the coming days to make their third attempt to get inside the legislative chamber in downtown Caracas, after twice this month being blocked by forces loyal to President Nicols Maduro.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Saturday renewed a license allowing Chevron, the last U.S. energy company operating in Venezuela, to continue working in the country until April 22.
The Venezuelan opposition led by Juan Guaid in the coming days will likely make its third attempt to get inside its legislative building in downtown Caracas
Hong Kong protests 'similar' to Venezuela unrest: foreign minister
Leaders of native tribes in Brazil issued a rallying call to protect the Amazon rainforest and its indigenous people from what they called the "genocide, ethnocide and ecocide" planned by the country's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is visiting India as Chief Guest at the 71st Republic Day celebrations on January 26 this year, the third by a head of state from that country.
Connected since both the countries were under colonial rule, India and Brazil today share important bilateral relations. Both are members of plurinational forums like BRICS, BASIC, G-20, G-4, IBSA, International Solar Alliance, and Biofuture Platform.
(Bloomberg) -- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro fired the countrys culture secretary after he paraphrased notorious Nazi politician Joseph Goebbels in a video that stirred outrage in the nation.Roberto Alvim said that Brazilian art over the next decade will be heroic or it will be nothing, similarly
Outrage rained on Brazils government from across the political spectrum after the culture secretary used language similar to that of Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels in launching an arts initiative focused on nationalism and religion
Roberto Alvim's Thursday address included exact phrases used by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
Brazils President Jair Bolsonaro made the decision after a backlash from Jewish organizations, key lawmakers, political parties and artists.
Culture secretary Roberto Alvim appeared to paraphrase Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels in a video shared by his ministry Jan. 16.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazilian culture secretary Roberto Alvim was fired on Friday after using phrases similar to some used by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. Alvim made the comments while discussing a new art prize in Latin Americas largest democracy. Alvim had held the post since November. Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro made the decision after a backlash from Jewish organizations, key lawmakers, political parties, artists and the country's bar association.
The speech by President Jair Bolsonaros culture secretary was the latest flash point in a debate over art and freedom of expression under the conservative government.
/PRNewswire/ -- Apex-Brasil, the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, has announced it will bring 10 of Brazil's most innovative food and beverage...
Colombian Sen. Antonio Sanguino moves around town in a bullet-proof vehicle, with three pistol-packing bodyguards watching over him as he attends meetings and political rallies
A remote town in southwestern Colombia is on edge after at least five people were found shot to death, highlighting the nations struggle to bring peace to rural areas with abundant drug crops where illegal armed groups are active
Protests against the social and economic policies of Colombian President Ivan Duque will restart with more intensity this year, a top union leader said.
The eradication of Colombia's plantations of coca, the raw material for cocaine, is the best way to protect peace efforts and fight the drug trafficking that fuels violence in the South American nation, President Ivan Duque said on Wednesday.
Despite a peace accord aimed at improving conditions in rural areas controlled by illegal armed groups, 107 defenders died in 2019
According to the UN, 107 human rights defenders were killed in 2019, a worrying number that could grow to 120 as investigations are completed
The United Nations human rights agency is expressing alarm at what it calls a staggering number of activist deaths in Colombia
The U.N. envoy for Colombia warned Monday that peace wont be achieved if former combatants who laid down their weapons and social leaders continue to be killed.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The U.N. envoy for Colombia warned Monday that peace wont be achieved if former combatants who laid down their weapons and social leaders continue to be...
Colombia will open an investigation into a former top general, the country's attorney general's office said on Monday, following local media reports alleging the army spied on judicial officials, journalists and other military personnel.
Armed conflict in Colombia could heat up in 2020 and there could even be bombings in cities if dissidents from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) follow through with plans to pressure the government into a new peace deal, an expert mediator said on Monday.
Merchandise featuring cartel leader at fashion fair is condemned as a glorification of crime
Have a cold one, have an "El Chapo" beer. That's the message of Alejandrina Guzman, whose company has developed a craft beer dedicated to her infamous, incarcerated kingpin father Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Mexico gets 'Chapo' beer
The former leader of Mexicos Cartel Del Golfo, a violent criminal organization, pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to an international drug trafficking conspiracy that brought cocaine and marijuana into the United States.
Mexican former top security official Genaro Garca Luna is in talks on a possible plea agreement with federal prosecutors in New York, where he is charged with accepting millions in drug-money bribes from the notorious Sinaloa cartel of convicted kingpin Joaqun El Chapo Guzmn.
A cop commander is charged as a suspect in the killing of nine U.S. citizen women and children last month, a massacre that may lead to a cartel war.
On Julin Leyzaola Prezs watch, murder rates in Tijuana and Ciudad Jurez plummeted now after surviving a murderous attack, hes trying to become mayor of Tijuana
An Instagram account attributed to Ivan Archivaldo Guzman, 36, posted videos and photos of the boisterous outdoor holiday party
For investigators, he was a gold mine, a complete reference book on the states murder industry. For the sicario, the government was a lifeline.
Genaro Garca Luna appeared in a New York courtroom for the first time since his arrest last month. His lawyer said he is open to plea talks with federal prosecutors.
Business ties between former U.S. officials and an ex-Mexican security minister charged with taking bribes from a drug cartel have raised questions about what U.S. law enforcement knew about him before his arrest this month.
Ismael "Mayito Gordo" Zambada Imperial and Gustavo Rivera arrived on same flight from Mexico Thursday night
The latest influx from Guatemala is testing Mexicos resolve to restrict the movement of undocumented migrants under pressure from the United States.
The U.S. government says it will deport a Honduran mother and her two sick children, both of whom are currently hospitalized, to Guatemala as soon as it can get them medically cleared to travel, according to court documents and the family's advocates.
The U.S. government says it will deport a Honduran mother and her two sick children, both of whom are currently hospitalized, to Guatemala as soon as it can get them medically cleared to travel
OAS ends Honduras anti-corruption mission
More evidence that President Trump's immigration policies are having great effects, from the Wall Street Journal: 'Mexican Forces Clash With Migrants at Border With Guatemala.' Mexican security forces used plastic shields to push back hundreds of Central American migrants who tried to force their way across a border bridge from Guatemala into Mexico on Saturday. Lines of National Guard officers jostled with migrants, some of whom threw bottles and wielded
Mexican officials have closed a section of their border with Guatemala, following a push by thousands of migrants to make their way across a bridge over the Suchiate River.
Central American migrants entered Mexico from Guatemala in small groups on Saturday after brief clashes earlier in the day when dozens of people tried to force their way across the border and were pushed back by Mexican security forces.
Mexican authorities closed a border entry point in southern Mexico on Saturday after thousands of Central American migrants tried to push their way across.
Mexican authorities managed to hold off approximately 1,000 Central American migrants who tried to force their way through its southern border with Guatemala.
Also, Mexican authorities closed a border entry point in southern Mexico and rare coin sold in England.
/PRNewswire/ -- Despite the efforts made by the Government of Honduras during the negotiation with the OAS Secretary General for the continuity of the Mission...
More than 2,000 Central American migrants are met by Mexican national guardsmen as they try to cross a bridge from Guatemala into southern Mexico.