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Venezuela's attorney general said Tuesday that two high-ranking military officers have been detained in the investigation into an alleged drone attack against President Nicolas Maduro.
A 48-year-old man has been charged in the killings of four people in the New Brunswick city of Fredericton, police said. Two police officers were among the victims.
Two police officers were among four people killed in a shooting in Fredericton, New Brunswick, police in the Canadian provincial capital said Friday.
Colombian President Iván Duque is facing a diplomatic row with Israel in his first week in office after the outgoing government in Bogota recognized Palestine.
Argentina's Senate voted against legalizing elective abortion Thursday morning, dashing the hopes of pro-abortion rights advocates in the predominantly Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis.
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At least nine people died and dozens more became ill after eating contaminated food at a Peruvian funeral.
Argentina's Senate is set to vote Wednesday on a bill that would legalize elective abortion in the Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis.
Authorities have identified the masterminds of the apparent drone assassination attempt on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, as well as the people who assisted them, Attorney General Tarek William Saab said Monday.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro claimed to have "enough proof" to link the Colombian government to the alleged assassination attempt against him over the weekend.
Six people have been arrested after Saturday's apparent assassination attempt on President Nicolas Maduro in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, the nation's interior minister said on national TV.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise announced on Sunday that Jean-Henry Céant will be the nation's new prime minister.
Civil unrest in Nicaragua that began in mid-April has left at least 317 people dead, according to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro survived an apparent assassination attempt Saturday after several drones armed with explosives flew toward him during a speech at a military parade.
An Aeromexico flight carrying 103 people crashed shortly after takeoff from an airport in northwestern Mexico, forcing passengers to escape via emergency slides before the aircraft went up in flames. No one died.
There are no deaths reported in the crash involving an Aeromexico plane Tuesday in Durango, Mexico, the state's governor, José R. Aispuro, said.
An average of 200 Nicaraguans a day are applying for asylum in neighboring Costa Rica, overwhelming the nation's immigration authorities, according to the UN's refugee agency (UNHCR).
Officials originally reported a 23% increase in homicides in 2017, it's actually an increase of 27%.
Alisa Clare Cohen constantly wondered whether her birth parents really abandoned her. It took her nearly four decades to learn the truth.
Her talent for sniffing out drugs led to the capture of at least 245 people and the seizure of 9 tons of cocaine from the powerful Urabeños gang in Colombia.
A report from the Global Witness group finds 2017 was deadliest year for environmental activists and nearly 60% of these killings were in Latin America. Colombia's Ramón Bedoya, 18, is carrying on the fight of his father after he was killed in December.
Lawmakers in Cuba have endorsed a draft of a new constitution for the communist island nation that could, among other things, allow for the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Days after a deadly shooting rampage in Toronto, its city council voted overwhelmingly to urge its federal government to ban the sale of handguns in the city.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega described deadly protests raging in his country as "terrorism" and rejected calls to step down to calm the clashes.