After United States decided to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, eight proposed U.S airlines won tentative government approvals this week for direct flights to Cuba.
A Mexican woman is under investigation for using her Facebook account to put her son up for sale.
Things just got worse in Venezuela. In addition to the shortages of medicine, food, toilet paper and the recently reported shortages of power, Venezuelans will now have to deal with interrupted long-distance calling as well as TV-channel outages.
The Rolling Stones' concert in Havana, Cuba was well received by Cubans.
Boston prosecutors dismissed a case on Thursday against four undocumented immigrants accused of raping a woman and beating up her boyfriend at knifepoint earlier this month.
The event is to celebrate and showcase all the female talents of Chile and will be part of the opening of Ruidosa Fest.
The Colombian government and the FARC finally reach an agreement, but they still need some help.
The Mexican attorney general is asking the famous telenovela star to answer a number of very pressing questions.
Chile's new cannabis farm is expected to produce 1.65 tons of the controversial medicinal plant from March to May this year.
In response to Israel's announcement of closing its embassy in San Salvador, will El Salvador transfer its diplomatic mission to Ramallah?
Argentina's beaches have closed after a number of poisonous sea snakes were spotted in the area.
Economists across the country have predicted a seven percent inflation rate for Brazil this year.
After the drug kingpin's capture, his lawyers are doing all they can to prevent El Chapo from having a trial in the United States.
Colombia's military successfully rescues 15 fishermen who were abducted by the ELN.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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