Argentina's Senate has given final approval to an unpopular austerity budget designed to meet the stiff requirements of a $56 billion IMF bailout.
Hundreds in Argentina protest as senators start debating an unpopular austerity budget passed by the lower house last month.
Hundreds of migrants from Central America traveling through Mexico to seek asylum in the United States have reached the Mexican border.
Thousands of US-bound Central American migrants resume their march toward the US despite the country’s tough security measures against their entry.
Mexico's National Security Commissioner Renato Sales made the announcement.
Far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro hints he may not go ahead with a plan to move Brazil’s embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
Egypt has postponed a visit by Brazilian foreign minister in apparent protest at the new Brazilian government’s decision to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Mexican capital receives over 1,000 Central American migrants travelling towards the US in search of a better life.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel reportedly arrives in North Korea on a state visit, shortly after a stop in Russia.
A caravan of Central American migrants on the move in Mexico is traveling closer to the southern borders of the United States despite attempts to hinder its advance.
Leaders of China and the Dominican Republic hold bilateral talks in the capital Beijing, pledging to expand ties and continue to cooperate for common development.
Cuba and Venezuela have lashed out at the administration of US President Donald Trump over imposition of new sanctions.
Miguel Diaz-Canel was holding talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow Friday on his first visit abroad as Cuba’s president.
Brazil’s far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro says he might relocate embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
The UN has voted unanimously to adopt a resolution that condemns US sanctions on Cuba and demands their removal.
US President Donald Trump says he is ready to send thousands of more troops to the border with Mexico in order to prevent a large group of immigrants from entering the US.
Brazil’s far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro promises closer relations with the Untied States during a telephone conversation with US President Donald Trump.
The total number of US troops being deployed to the border with Mexico to help stop a caravan of migrants could be in the thousands.
A group of Salvadoran migrants join other US-bound caravans of Central Americans fleeing poverty and violence at home.
Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro wins Brazil’s presidential polls in a body blow to the country’s left-of-the-center politicians, who were in the saddle for the most part of its most recent history. Tropical Trump
Brazilians will be going to the polls on Sunday to pick their favorite candidate in the most polarized presidential race in decades.
A caravan of thousands of migrants from Central America continues to make its way toward the United States despite Mexican efforts to hinder its advance under US pressure.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has authorized the use of troops and other military resources at the US-Mexico border.
Thousands of migrants from Central America are crossing Mexico toward the United States in a caravan have resumed their long trek.
Argentine police fired rubber bullets at protesters who marched on Wednesday in front of Congress against the government's 2019 budget bill.
Former Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa says his country’s incumbent government will extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — who has taken shelter in the Ecuadorian Embassy in the UK — to the US.
Hurricane Willa closed in Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday, October 23, with winds of over 100 miles per hour.
A fire and explosion of an alcohol factory in Mexico has left one injured, according to local media reports.
Canada says it is ready to freeze a huge arms deal with Saudi Arabia if it concludes the arms have been misused.
Mexico allows a large number of women and children from a Central American migrant caravan to enter the country.
A large group of US-bound Honduran migrants breaks through a Guatemalan border barrier and forces its way into Mexican territory.
Demonstrators were seen clashing with police while protesting against the "Safe Classroom" bill in Santiago on Thursday.
Venezuela expels Ecuador envoy in a tit-for-tat move after Quito expelled Venezuela ambassador.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise reportedly survives an assassination attempt at a commemoration ceremony in the country’s capital of Port-au-Prince.
Authorities in Guatemala detain the organizer of a caravan of migrants from Honduras following a threat by the US to cut financial aid to both states if they do not stop the mass migration.
Police in Guatemala are seeking to block a caravan of hundreds of Honduran migrants that has crossed the border in an attempt to make it to the US.
Nicaraguan police arrested 26 people on Sunday ahead of a planned march against the government of President Daniel Ortega, local human rights groups said.
Canada announces up to 50 million dollars in aid to the United Nations (UN)’s relief agency for Palestinian refugees, two months after the United States cut its aid to that body.
The Vatican says Pope Francis has defrocked two Chilean bishops over child sex abuse.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the United States of instructing the Colombian government to organize his assassination which failed in early August.
Thousands of Brazilians rally in Sao Paulo to protest against the first-round victory of far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro.
Taiwan’s ground and air forces have conducted a drill, with the self-ruled island’s president Tsai Ing-wen and Paraguayan President Mario Abdo Benitez watching the military exercises.
Venezuela says Fernando Alban, a jailed opposition lawmaker, committed suicide, while his party says he was murdered by the government.
A major incident occurred at Irving Oil's Saint John refinery in New Brunswick on Monday, October 8, morning, the company said on Twitter.
Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro wins the first round of the presidential election, but fails to secure the 50-percent majority required to avoid a runoff.
Quebecers take to the streets of Montreal to voice their anger at the new government's proposed policies, which they say will affect religious minorities and immigrants.
An earthquake has hit northern Haiti, killing at least 14 people and sparking an overnight scramble to help towns in the impoverished Caribbean country battered by the shockwave.
Brazilians have begun casting ballots in their most divisive presidential election in years.
Thousands of Venezuelans rallied in Caracas on Friday to slam US interventions in the country and also to support the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
A newly-elected premier in Canada's Quebec province vows to bar Muslim women from wearing headscarves in government jobs.
Canada officially revokes the honorary citizenship of Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi over her role in state-sponsored violence against Rohingya Muslims.
The United States and Canada announce a new free trade deal, along with Mexico, to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which expired late Sunday.
The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley took up a megaphone and called for the ouster of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro rejects US interventionism in his country, saying that Washington opposes Venezuelan independence.
Venezuela denounces US President Donald Trump for promoting a "military uprising" against President Nicolas Maduro.
The US has imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s wife and several of his top allies.
Venezuela's president accuses the governments of Chile, Colombia, and Mexico of having been involved in an “assassination” attempt against him last month.
In Nicaragua, a teenager loses his life as police and armed supporters of the government attack a protest against President Daniel Ortega.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Port-au-Prince on Sunday to demand an inquiry into the alleged misuse of funds set aside as part of the PetroCaribe program.
A Chinese naval medical vessel travels for the first time to the Venezuelan port of La Guaira, amid apparently growing ties between Beijing and Caracas.
A powerful tornado ripped through residential neighbourhoods in Ottawa on Friday, footage filmed from a balcony on Lemieux Street shows.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is preparing a “series of actions” to increase pressure on the Venezuelan government.
In addition to Chile, the Catholic Church faces sexual abuse scandals in countries including the United States and Germany.
Thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires on Wednesday as they marched to the Energy ministry to demand lower service costs for utilities.
Mexican authorities are scrambling to find a parking spot for a truck carrying over 100 unidentified bodies, whose fetid smell has been infuriating residents.
The Cuban president says Havana will not enter into talks with the US under Trump unless those negotiations will be “between equals.”
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he has secured new commitments from China on financing his country’s trouble-hit oil industry and other sectors.
Pope Francis removes a Chilean priest under investigation in a case involving the sexual abuse of children.
Violence marred Independence Day in Honduras on Saturday, September 15, as anti-government protesters clashed with riot police in the capital Tegucigalpa, exchanging rocks and tear gas.
Trade ministers of G20 countries call for "urgent need" to improve WTO.
US-based OAS has called for a “military intervention” to overthrow Venezuela’s government days after reports of a US-led coup plot against President Maduro.
Protesters gathered outside NH Hotel Gran Provincial in the coastal city of Mar del Plata close to Buenos Aires on Friday where they slammed a G20 delegations' meeting and set they US flag on fire.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has praised China as a "big sister" as he prepares to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping over boosting bilateral relations with Beijing.
Thousands of teachers and their students walked out of classes on Thursday (September 13) to march on Buenos Aires.
Pro-government supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro march against US meddling after reports that US officials met secretly with Venezuelan military officers.
Jailed former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is to drop his bid to run for presidency in the October 7 election.
A soccer stadium in Peru was the site of pitched battle on Monday, September 10, but not between two sports teams.
Protesters clash with police during a march on the 45th anniversary of the US-backed military coup in Chile that put long-time dictator Augusto Pinochet in power.
Clashes erupted in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince on Sunday, as anti-corruption protesters hit the city streets with banners and signs demanding a probe into PetroCaribe administration funds.
Trump officials secretly discussed coup plot with Venezuelan military officers to topple Maduro.
Turkey will open an embassy in Paraguay after Asuncion moved back its embassy from Jerusalem al-Quds to Tel Aviv.
The leading candidate in Brazil's presidential election is in serious but stable condition after being stabbed by an assailant at a campaign rally on Thursday.
The bodies of at least 166 people have been found in the Mexican state of Veracruz.
Thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires to protest against recently announced belt-tightening measures paving the way for a new deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Brazil’s jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has appealed a court ruling that bars him from running in the upcoming presidential election.
Palestine praises Paraguay’s “courageous” decision move its embassy from occupied Jerusalem al-Quds back to Tel Aviv.
Russia criticizes the US for “destructive intervention” in the domestic affairs of Nicaragua including by calling a UN Security Council meeting on the political crisis in the country.
The country's foreign minister says Paraguay wants to contribute to diplomatic efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it is making progress with Argentina toward securing a bailout for the crisis-hit Latin American country.
A group of Latin American countries urges Venezuela to accept humanitarian aid to alleviate a migration crisis originating from the country and affecting the region.
The Venezuelan government will raise the price of heavily-subsidized fuel to international levels in a declared bid to fight the smuggling of fuel into neighboring countries.