Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos stated that a Nobel Peace Prize given to him for ending a half-a-century-long war with Farc rebels can be interpreted to Columbians "as a mandate from the international community to persevere, to continue striving to achieve a new peace agreement."
Almost 4 million toys were confiscated from Kreisel, one of Venezuela’s leading distributors, for hiking up prices and hoarding products, the National Superintendence for the Defense of Socioeconomic Rights (SUNDDE) said.
Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez has slammed the decision of members of the Mercosur Latin American regional economic bloc to have Argentina assume the rotating presidency starting from January 1, 2017.
Guatemalan law enforcement have detained a leader of the 18th Street Gang (Barrio 18), a major transnational criminal organization.
Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election was a contributing factor in increased downside risks to Mexico’s economy and growth outlook, Fitch Ratings said in a report.
Argentina will assume the rotating presidency of the Mercosur Latin American regional economic bloc starting from January 1, 2017, but without the traditional presidential summit, Argentina’s Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra has announced.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has spoken against anti-Russia sanctions and the aggressive foreign policy of Washington.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin and Cuban Vice President of the Council of Ministers Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz have signed a program of technological cooperation between the two countries in the sphere of defense.
Former president of Brazil Dilma Rousseff said she did not intend to stand for any elected positions anymore but would remain politically active, in an interview published Thursday.
The Mexican government has received $2.65 billion from oil-price hedges, the country’s Finance Ministry announced in a statement.
The government of Cuba is not the only beneficiary of improved relations with the United States, as opportunities spread to the island nation’s fledging community of entrepreneurs, US Senator Patrick Leahy said at a news conference with private Cuban business leaders on Wenesday.
A bizarre love story has been reported in Argentina in which a judge ruled that a woman may marry her same-age stepdaughter, in violation of the nation’s civil code, which forbids parent/child marriages - even when there is no blood relationship.
Alejandra Benítez an attractive Venezuelan professional fencer, who also held the post of Minister of Sports under Nicolas Maduro’s government, spoke with Sputnik in an interview about why she moved to Moscow and what is the aim of her social foundation, BenitezVEN.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said that Russia is ready to supply Venezuela with chips for bank cards and SIM cards, as well as software to counter cyberattacks, said Wednesday.
Bolivian prosecutors have detained Gustavo Vargas Gamboa, the owner of the local LaMia carrier, whose plane crashed in Colombia, almost wiping out a Brazilian football team, an investigator said.
The arrest in Cuba of dissident artist Danilo Maldonado for posting a satirical video about Fidel Castro following the longtime leader’s death reflects a continuing crackdown on political speech, US-based human-rights group Freedom House said in a release.
Unlocking new oil fields could boost Mexico’s production to a daily 2.9 million barrels in the next decade, the head of the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) said Monday.
Brazil’s Federal Supreme Court issued a provisional ruling on Monday to remove Senate President Renan Calheiros from his post over corruption charges, local media reported.
Cuban leader Raul Castro has called on Cubans to continue building Socialism on the island nation, ensuring the country's independence after the death of longtime revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
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