Colombia landslide: Rescue teams race to reach survivors

Colombia landslide: Rescue teams race to reach survivors..

Ella Flores 02-Apr, 00:40 81 BBC

President Juan Manuel Santos declared a state of emergency in the region and flew in to oversee the rescue effort. "We will do everything...


Paraguay president sacks top officials after protests

Paraguay president sacks top officials after protests..

Kevin Allen 01-Apr, 19:27 70 BBC

Paraguay's President Horacio Cartes has sacked the interior minister and the chief of police after violent protests on Friday against a...


Colombia landslides kill at least 92

Colombia landslides kill at least 92..

Mary Paterson 01-Apr, 12:04 66 BBC

Landslides have killed at least 92 people in south-west Colombia, the Red Cross said on Saturday. More than two hundred people have been...


Venezuelan court backtracks on powers bid

Venezuelan court backtracks on powers bid..

Michael Adamson 01-Apr, 09:30 92 BBC

The Venezuelan supreme court has reversed its ruling to strip congress of legislative powers. It made the decision after the government of...


Venezuela moves to defuse Supreme Court powers dispute

Venezuela moves to defuse Supreme Court powers dispute..

Joseph Williams 01-Apr, 04:43 52 BBC

Venezuela's authorities have urged the Supreme Court to reconsider a ruling stripping congress of its powers, which critics have called a...


Paraguay congress set on fire amid presidential controversy

Paraguay congress set on fire amid presidential controversy..

Ella Flores 31-Mar, 21:17 94 BBC

Demonstrators in Paraguay have set fire to the country's Congress amid violent protests against a bill that would let the president seek...


Mexico singer Pepe Aguilar's son held for people smuggling

Mexico singer Pepe Aguilar's son held for people smuggling..

Cole Becker 31-Mar, 20:45 84 BBC

The son of the popular Mexican singer Pepe Aguilar has been arrested in California for people smuggling. US customs officials say Jose...


Brazil police in Rio held after shooting wounded suspects

Brazil police in Rio held after shooting wounded suspects..

Lily Evans 31-Mar, 18:43 45 BBC

Two Brazilian police officers captured on video shooting two apparently defenceless men have been arrested in Rio de Janeiro and charged...


Venezuela: Maduro ally says Supreme Court move 'breaks law'

Venezuela: Maduro ally says Supreme Court move 'breaks law'..

Kevin Allen 31-Mar, 11:40 17 BBC

Venezuela's chief prosecutor and an ally of President Nicolas Maduro has said the decision by the Supreme Court to take over legislative...


Raising the subject

Raising the subject..

Diego Ross 30-Mar, 22:11 47 BBC

When a new style of seat suddenly appeared on Mexico City's metro system, it was labelled as inappropriate, uncomfortable, humiliating and...


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