An unprecedented warning, issued just over six months from the opening ceremony in Rio de Janeiro, came after the World Health Organization declared an emergency over the mosquito-borne virus
Governments confirm new cases, begin massive fumigation campaigns
With more than 2,000 confirmed cases of Zika in pregnant women in Colombia, both Colombia and Venezuela now investigating links to Guillain-Barre
UK-scripted resolution highlights Security Council 'full commitment to the peace process', says document
President Medina instructs all institutions to get ‘actively involved’ in plans to stop spread of virus
As three people test positive for the Zika virus, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has extended its travel warning to another eight countries or territories that pose a risk of infection with Zika
U.S. and Brazilian health officials are now investigating if there is a link between the mosquito-borne Zika virus that is spreading in the country and an increase in cases of a rare syndrome that causes paralysis.
President Pena Nieto heads to Kuwait, Qatar after stops in Saudi Arabia, UAE
During his address today, President Maduro will face those who have attempted to devise a way of booting out the president this year, while he secured a Supreme Court injunction limiting their legislative powers to do so.
Netherlands, in the footsteps of Germany, will seek to boost imports and exports with Cuba
The Mexican President tweeted ‘We’ve got him’ six months after notorious drug cartel leader Joaquín Guzmán had an elaborate escape from maximum-security prison
WhatsApp, the messaging app for smartphones, will be blocked in Brazil, apparently for the next 48 hours, according to local media reports.
Cuban authorities arrested activists protesting against government on Human Rights Day
Officials believe a tire blew out and caused the bus to veer off the bridge before dawn, falling some 15 meters with 60 border police aboard
Argentina's new president wants to work as a team to revive economy, fight drug-trafficking, reduce poverty
10 million Colombians allowed to vote on referendum on peace accords with guerrilla group
President Dilma Rousseff accused of committing 'crime of responsibility' regarding fiscal irregularities
Five Syrians who were arrested and detained have now been released on a bond.
Honduran judge orders hearing for five Syrians who were caught with stolen Greek passports.
Businessman says tasks to rebuild confidence in country, improve international relations, fight drug trafficking
Mauricio Macri holds a comfortable lead going into weekend vote