The Sheraton hotel is now open for business in the capital city of Havana
Detractors say new report does not increase Rousseff’s chances of returning to office
Authorities hope the completed project will increase economic development
Maduro met with US Undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon on Wednesday at the Miraflores presidential palace.
Thomas Shannon to meet top officials about economic, political, social crises in Venezuela
Opposition need to confirm 200,000 of 1.8M signatures to start referendum
Report on World Refugee Day shows continued damage of Colombia’s long-running conflict
Rio de Janeiro has declared a financial emergency less than 50 days before the Olympics.
The departure from international organizations would be the latest cost-cutting step by Brazil’s new Foreign Minister José Serra.
Increased social protection, care systems, employment skills required, UNDP says
Turkey’s wealthy Sabanci family donates $10 million to new project
Officials accused of conspiracy, money laundering, prosecutor says
Migrants from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Nepal have been deserted by human traffickers and have been detained by authorities
OAS members will decide whether to suspend Venezuela from group
Chile is seeking ruling on Silala River watercourse
National Guard, police disperse demonstrators with tear gas
Victims’ relatives to file human rights case according to local media
'Based on current assessment, cancelling or changing the location of the 2016 Olympics will not significantly alter the international spread of Zika virus,' the WHO says
The World Health Organization (WHO) has rejected a call to move or postpone this summer's Rio Olympic Games over the Zika outbreak.
Salud Hernandez-Mora says 2 Colombian journalists will be released Saturday
1 Spanish journalist, 2 Colombians being held by the ELN in Colombia