The battle to decide who will run crisis-wracked Argentina is heading to a run off vote next month between left wing candidate Sergio Massa and far right libertarian Javier Milei, according to data released Argentina’s National Electoral Chamber after the first round of voting on Sunday.
Center-right candidate Daniel Noboa, the 35-year-old son of a banana tycoon, will become Ecuador’s next president, following an election driven concerns over rising violence and a worsening security situation in the Latin American nation.
Rivers in the heart of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil fell to their lowest levels in over a century on Monday as a record drought upends the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and damages the jungle ecosystem.
A Chilean national wanted in the killing of famed singer-activist Victor Jara is in custody after his US citizenship was revoked
A Chilean national who’s been wanted in that country in the killing of leftist singer-songwriter Victor Jara 50 years ago is now in custody in Florida, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.
A floating village now lies stranded on a lakebed in Brazil’s Amazon as severe drought leaves communities struggling to access food, fresh water and fuel.
A bus crash in the Mexican state of Oaxaca killed 16 people on Friday, according to local authorities, who say most of the passengers were migrants.
Venezuelan authorities on Thursday issued an arrest warrant for opposition leader and former interim president Juan Guaido, who dismissed the move as politically motivated.
For hundreds of migrant children living in shelters at the border, this CNN Hero’s mobile classrooms offer education and stability
Estefanía Rebellón and her family were forced to flee their home in Colombia when she was 10. Today, she and her Yes We Can World Foundation provide school programs and support to help migrant children continue their learning.
Last month, as the Biden administration scrambled to manage the latest wave of migrants overwhelming the US southern border, top US immigration authorities crossed into Mexico for an emergency meeting.
Giles Clarke has never seen the gang violence this bad in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital and main port.
The governing party called it a ceremonial passing of the baton. But the opposition lambasted it as a “passing of the scepter.”
The United Nations Security Council has greenlit the deployment of an armed multinational force to Haiti, as the Caribbean nation wrestles with rampant gang violence and political paralysis.
At least 11 people were killed and two people seriously injured on Sunday after the roof of a church in northern Mexico collapsed, officials said.