Two provinces are now under state of emergency have clashes over a mining project turned violent.
China and Peru signed deals on Friday to cooperate on industrial production and transportation in an effort diversify a bilateral economic exchange that had been focused on natural resources.
A gunfight in western Mexico has killed 39 people in Mexico.
The United States on Tuesday indicated its willingness to change pro-democracy programs which it organizes in Cuba and which are condemned by Havana, removing one of the biggest impediments to restoring diplomatic ties.
57 people have been killed as a Colombian river after heavy rains caused a mudslide.
Nationwide demonstrations held as corruption scandal rocks Central American country
Prosecutors in Brazil have received court orders for the seizure of $327mn of assets belonging to constructions companies as part of the corruption scandal involving Petrobras.
The former head of the Venezulean counter-narcotics department has been indicted and an Interpol red alert has been issued for his arrest.
ELN leader Nicolas Rodriguez, better known by his alias "Gabino," told in an exclusive interview last month he believed formal negotiations would start soon.
22 media directors prohibited from leaving Venezuela as spat rages over reports about General Assembly president.
Brazil and Peru are currently working on an agreement that will see a new railway that would cross South America.
Cuban president says longtime foes to name envoys after island's removal from US terror list.
Hollande previously said his trip had "special meaning" since US President Barack Obama reversed more than half a century of hostile US policy toward Cuba in December
In a resolution signed by President Ollanta Humala, the government ordered the army to "prevent violence" in the province of Islay until June 7 because of the recent clashes between police and locals protesting
Mexico has arrested a fugitive former deputy police chief over last year's kidnapping of 43 college students
Colombian soldiers sold guns, bullets, grenades to armed groups.
Workers threaten global boycott of San Quintin Valley products if wages and working conditions aren’t improved.
Washington has granted licences to companies for a ferry service to operate between Florida and Cuba.
Army helicopter shot down 12 soldiers and police injured during clashes with a drug gang, the police and the army
Teachers clashed with Brazilian police as after the teachers protested a controversial pension amendment.
Petrobras blames a group of Petrobras suppliers, corrupt politicians and former Petrobras employees, and none of them have been named as defendants.