In 2000, war veterans evicted at least 4,500 white farmers who are still feeling the effects of having their farmlands expropriated.
As tensions mount between Kiev and Moscow over the seizure of Ukranian ships and sailors in the Sea of Azov, the U.S. State Department warns U.S. tourists to "exercise increased caution" should they visit Ukraine.
After catching some flack, the French DJ offered "sincere apologies" in a video posted to Twitter.
Some Central American migrants are giving up on their hope to seek asylum in the U.S. But some believe faith is their most powerful weapon to change Trump's heart.
The German chancellor's plane suffered a technical glitch on her way to Buenos Aires.
The activists who own the angry-looking orange baby pledged to follow the U.S. president wherever he goes—and they have made good on that promise so far.
Prosecutors indicated that Emma Coronel Aispuro was allegedly seen using a phone at least twice last week.
The "Crossed Legs" movement, created in a small town in Colombia, has been waiting seven years for a road to be completed.
The DEA confiscated a shipment of canned jalapenos in Tijuana, Mexico, from a counterfeit company called La Comadre, according to a witness.
Is Venezuela really sponsoring terrorist groups? Analysts believe the Republican-led initiative is founded on nebulous claims.
Genaro García Luna, former secretary of public security under the Felipe Calderón administration between 2006 and 2012, received millions of dollars, delivered in briefcases, witness Jesús "El Rey" Zambada told a court.
Jesús "El Rey" Zambada, former member of the Sinaloa cartel, is singing like a canary.
A recent Twitter exchange between the National Security Council and Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro shows that love is in the air.
En entrevista con Newsweek, Saleh describe su suplicio en prisión, lo que debe hacer la administración de Donald Trump para ayudar a Venezuela y por qué el mundo no debe ignorar una de las peores crisis humanitarias del mundo.
In an interview with Newsweek, Lorent Saleh describes his ordeal in prison, what the Trump administration should do to help Venezuela and why the world should no longer ignore one of its worst humanitarian crises.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, 29, has attracted media attention because of her lavish lifestyle in Mexico.
María Victoria Henao opens up for the first time about her life alongside one of the world's most dangerous criminals.
Given the reputation of "El Chapo" as a dangerous individual, jurors will remain anonymous.
Nearly 60,000 people work as "lookouts, collectors and assassins," according to El Salvador's defense ministry.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, "There's only one Donald Trump," but Jair Bolsonaro earned the moniker Trump of the Tropics for a reason.
Right-wing Social Liberal Party hopeful Jair Bolsonaro and former Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad of the left-leaning Workers Party offer different solutions to Brazil's economic woes. But who will prevail?
Hatice Cengiz told a Turkish broadcaster that the White House invitation was perceived "as a statement to win public favor."