Known as "El Mas Loco," or "The Craziest One," Nazario Moreno led a violent drug cartel that has ravaged the western state of Michoacan
The result consolidated President Juan Manuel Santos as front-runner for legislative support to implement a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff says recent racist incidents have "stained" the country's world-renowned football ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
The ballot is likely to consolidate President Juan Manuel Santos as the frontrunner for a second straight term in a presidential vote on May 25, allowing him to continue talks
The presidents, alongside foreign ministers, will gather on Tuesday at a meeting of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) group of Latin American nations in Chile
A motorcycle driver and a member of the National Guard killed in the same place by a sniper
On Feb. 10, the EU agreed to launch negotiations with Cuba to increase trade, investment and dialogue on human rights
"We're not going to let anyone get away with interfering with our fatherland, you despicable lackey, president of Panama," Maduro said
Araya, of the ruling centrist National Liberation Party, said he would no longer campaign, though under the constitution his name will remain on the ballot.
Chavez enjoyed high popularity throughout his 14-year rule, winning a dozen national elections thanks to his charisma, humble roots that appealed to the poor
Cuban officials confirmed the works, including several by acclaimed Cuban painter Leopoldo Romañach, were part of a larger trove of stolen art, thought to be about 95 pieces in all
The Mexican Navy took over the port in November to combat an illegal iron ore exporting business to China allegedly run by The Knights Templar drug cartel
Protesters in the wealthier east of the capital have clashed nearly every day with National Guard troops in confused melees that generally kick off in the early evening
The Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation reported 1,051 arrests in February that it considered arbitrary and politically motivated, although all the people jailed were released, usually within a few hours.
The secretary general asked for a meeting with Foreign Minister Elias Jaua on Tuesday at the sidelines of a gathering of the U.N. Human Rights Council.
The case has become emblematic of a century-old, escalating conflict that pits the indigenous Mapuche people fighting for what they deem their ancestral land against wealthy landowners and the booming wood pulp industry.
"We are discussing a matter of interest for the United States," Ivan Marquez, head of the FARC's negotiating team in Havana, told reporters before entering the latest round of talks.
Leopoldo Lopez, a hardline opposition leader who faces charges of fomenting the violence, said Maduro's offer of dialogue was a hypocritical move to try to deflate the protests while failing to address the deep-seated problems behind them.
The ELN, in a statement, said it was attempting to stop the caravan of 12 vehicles with darkened windows to ascertain who was inside but came under fire first
Pena Nieto described U.S. lawmakers as demonstrating a "lack of conscience" in failing to pass immigration reform.
Russian warships have come and gone in Cuba since the collapse of the Soviet Union, usually with much publicity and the opportunity for Cubans to visit the ship