Judge Marianela Cifuentes ordered Labbe's arrest and decided to prosecute him for unlawful association as a member of Pinochet's notorious DINA secret police
Colombia’s two guerrilla groups have met to coordinate concurrent peace dialogues.
Authorities had confiscated weapons belonging to local police in 12 Guerrero towns and one municipality in the central state of Mexico
While damage was believed to widespread, authorities were unable to immediately get into the streets to assess the full extent
Authorities have arrested dozens of police, who are believed to have links to a gang called Guerreros Unidos
Other countries, including Colombia, Guyana and the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, have also begun denying entry to travelers who recently visited the Ebola-affected nations
Venezuela's President accused a Colombian paramilitary group of being behind the double murder of an up and coming lawmaker and says other attempts on top officials have recently been thwarted.
The latest poll ahead of the second round of Brazil's presidential elections shows "technical tie" between President Dilma Rousseff and Aécio Neves.
Two men under observation as Health Ministry invokes travel restrictions.
A Brazil prison riot that saw more than a dozen guards held hostage, ended after a number of conditions were met, including the transfer of some inmates
Dilma Rousseff and Aécio Neves argue over corruption and the economy in first televised debate ahead of second round of presidential elections
The students, who are feared to have been massacred by police in league with gang members, went missing in the southwestern state of Guerrero on Sept. 26.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center at one point warned of possible tsunami waves in the region but then said there was no threat.
Two men have been detained as part of the investigation into the double murder that killed Robert Serra and his partner.
A prominent member of the bloc of socialist and anti-U.S. leaders in Latin America, Morales dedicated his victory to Cuba's former communist leader Fidel Castro.
Her backing is crucial for the centrist Brazilian Social Democracy Party's (PSDB) Neves, who won 33.6 percent of the votes to Rousseff's 41.6 percent in the first round
The populist indigenous leader is poised for a resounding win in the first round, extending his rule to 2019.
In a gruesome and murky case, Robert Serra, 27, a rising star in the ruling party, and his companion Maria Herrera, died of multiple knife wounds late at night in his Caracas home.
Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, the head of the Juarez Cartel, was peacefully captured by authorities.
Pro-business candidate Aécio Neves is numerically ahead of President Dilma Rousseff, according to the first major polls released since Sunday's first-round vote.
The new find brings the number of graves discovered on the outskirts of Iguala to 10