A coalition of U.S.-born and immigrant Salvadorans is urging Vice President Kamala Harris to recognize the small country of El Salvador’s right to pick its own judges.
Armed robbers in Colombia targeted several shipments of medical and humanitarian aid to areas devastated by leftist riots on Wednesday, jeopardizing the country’s Chinese coronavirus response.
Producers of the Brazilian radio program Pânico, which broadcasts video of their conversations on YouTube, halted the broadcast Tuesday after a guest physically assaulted one of the show’s hosts, resulting in several men coming to blows on screen.
Conservative candidate Keiko Fujimori has attracted a surge of support, bringing her within three points of frontrunner Marxist Pedro Castillo in Peru’s presidential race, a poll published Monday revealed.
The Biden administration is loosening Title 42 border rules invoked by former President Donald Trump and is allowing favored Mexico-based nonprofits to pick and refer asylum seekers to U.S. officials for entry.
Locals in Cali, Colombia, responded to an influx of hundreds of protesting indigenous people into their residential complexes with firearms and machetes on Sunday, a testament to widespread civilian discontent with the government’s handling of left-wing riots nationwide last week.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro took to the streets of the nation’s capital, Brasilia, on Sunday for a motorcycle ride attended by hundreds in honor of Mother’s Day.
The Ministries of Health and Culture of Colombia have documented dozens of violent attacks on health workers and cultural sites, particularly statues, this week, calling into question claims that nationwide leftist riots are an organic civilian uprising against police brutality.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry condemned on Thursday remarks by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro suggesting that “chemical, bacterial, and radiological warfare” could explain the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, appearing to accuse Beijing of launching an attack.
The ACLU is advocating for President Biden to grant U.S. entry to some of the “most vulnerable” migrant families.
President Biden reportedly loosened a Trump-era border pandemic policy to allow “vulnerable” migrants such as transgenders into the U.S.
A 19th-century Mexican church has been unearthed from the waters of a central Mexican lake after being submerged for more than 40 years.
Terrorist mobs have destroyed 25 police emergency response stations in Bogotá, Colombia, alone as of Wednesday night in a spate of violent attacks nationwide. Eyewitnesses say the assailants were attempting to burn police officers alive and, in some cases, succeeded in setting them on fire.
Attorney General Francisco Barbosa Delgado of Colombia announced Tuesday night that government investigators had found evidence that members of communist terrorist organizations the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the National Liberation Army (ELN) were participating in organized violence against the police.
American 1990s action star and current Special Representative on Foreign Policy for Russia Steven Seagal met Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro in Caracas on Tuesday, offering him a samurai sword as a gift and enjoying a children’s martial arts exhibition.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, on Tuesday told the annual Washington Conference on the Americas the Western Hemisphere should not see borders as lines that divide nations, but rather “as a point of connection” that brings countries together.
U.S. Secretary Blinken blasted Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele Tuesday over his country’s Legislative Assembly move to remove top judges.
Multiple reports Tuesday morning out of Cali, Colombia, painted violent scenes of rioters burning down buildings, including a prominent hotel, and confronting armed civilians protecting their property as nationwide riots near one week of public terror.
Vice President Kamala Harris promised Central American countries to work with them to battle climate change in a speech on Tuesday, in the hopes of slowing the migrant crisis.
El Salvador’s legislative assembly voted to dismiss and replace all the top justices of the country’s Supreme Court on Saturday and to fire El Salvador’s top prosecutor on Sunday.
The top Republicans on two House panels declared their concern Monday over a reported plan by the Biden Administration to send cash payments to Central American countries to help address the root causes of the migrant crisis.
The Biden administration’s decision to rely on Mexico for border security, consistent with the previous two administrations, has given Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador even more leverage to keep the United States out of non-migration-related problems in his country, namely corruption.
Thousands of supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro flooded at least eight cities in Brazil on Saturday for rallies in support of his conservative agenda – drowning out the traditional Marxist events planned on May 1, known as “International Workers’ Day.”
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers stopped a smuggler from transporting “Zombie Apocalypse” ammo to Honduras. The officers found the “self-defense” ammunition in a cargo container of household goods bound for Central America.
The top regulatory health authority of Brazil banned Sputnik V, a Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate developed by Russia, on Wednesday citing, among other flaws, that samples it studied contained a live virus that causes respiratory illness.
The Gamaleya Institute, the Russian company responsible for the Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate Sputnik V, announced on Thursday it would sue Brazil’s health regulators for defamation after they refused to grant authorization for distribution of the product.
A charter plane carrying five passengers to Texas with hopes of getting a Coronavirus vaccine crashed, killing all on board.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio lambasted President Joe Biden’s Wednesday speech to a joint session of Congress for ignoring the ongoing crisis generated by regimes in Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua, all ran by leftist dictators.
VP Harris spoke to the president of Finland Monday about addressing the surge of migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday highlighted violence against minority groups as a “root cause” of migration that she wanted to tackle in Central America.