At least nine people have died and dozens remain missing after a tourist board with about 150 people on board went down on the Penol reservoir in the tourist town of Guatape in northwestern Colombia on Sunday, media reported citing officials.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Saturday that six people died after a boat carrying over 150 people went down on the Penol reservoir, local media reported citing authorities.
Colombian authorities arrested eight people suspected of involvement in a recent bombing of the Centro Andino shopping mall in Bogota, local media reported Sunday citing top security officials.
The shooting between rival criminal gangs in southwestern Mexico that lasted over 24 hours left seven people dead, local police reported Saturday.
Two Dutch journalists captured by the National Liberation Army (ELN) in Colombia have not been released, the rebel Ranpal radio station said Friday.
Four workers of Venezuela’s opposition-controlled parliament were hurt Friday in clashes with government supporters outside the National Assembly, its leader said.
A search institute behind a much-debated fatality report that placed Mexico second to Syria admitted Friday its methodology was flawed after the figures came between the US president and Mexican authorities.
A young man died Thursday in Venezuela's Caracas, bringing up to 75 the tally of deaths that have taken place within almost three months of protests.
Mexico’s central bank has announced its decision to raise the interest rate on the main refinancing operations by 25 basis points to 7 percent, in a statement released Thursday.
A recent survey by Mexico’s National System for Public Security indicates that May was the country’s deadliest month on record, with the country seeing 2,186 murders in 31 days.
The United States was disappointed that the Organization of American States (OAS) did not take immediate action to address the political deterioration in Venezuela caused by President Nicolas Maduro’s regime, US Vice President Mike Pence said during a speech at the Wilson Center on Thursday.
Venezuela's President Maduro on Wednesday removed Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez from office as she prepares to run for a seat on the new constituent assembly.
US President Donald Trump has announced new restrictions against US tourism and trade with Cuba, but there is no chance that they will have any effect on Cuban government policy, Dr. Gary Prevost told Radio Sputnik.
An allegedly 128-year-old man in Salta, Argentina has announced he is in fact former Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, and has spent the last 70 years in hiding. While his claims stretch the bounds of believability to breaking point, they coincide with the discovery of a trove of Nazi memorabilia in the country.
An attack on policemen in the Mexican state of Guerrero has resulted in four officers killed and seven others wounded, the state prosecutor's office said.
Two Dutch journalists have been kidnapped by the National Liberation Army (ELN) militants in northeastern Colombia, media reported Tuesday.
During his June 16 visit to Miami, US President Donald Trump said he was giving up on Barack Obama’s policy of normalizing relations with Cuba. Interviewed by Sputnik, several Latin American experts described this as a resurgence of Washington’s Cold War rhetoric.
Juan Manuel Santos convenes the country's security council following the explosion Bogota.
FARC have denied their involvement in the recent explosion at the Centro Andino shopping center in Bogotá.
Colombia's National Liberation Army has denied its involvement in the recent explosion at the Centro Andino shopping center.
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