Adam Raney

Adam Raney

Latin America

Colombia massacre: Vice president visits victim's village

Colombia's vice president tried to ease tension by visiting the village where six protesting farmers were killed by police last week.

Colombia massacre: Vice president visits victim's village

Environment

Colombian authorities to close unique animal refuge

Villa Lorena in Colombia's third city of Cali is a unique animal refuge. For two decades, abused animals seized from drug lords or the circus have been sheltered there. But now environmental authorities say the refuge must close.

Colombian authorities to close unique animal refuge

Latin America

Colombia struggles with growing Venezuelan migrant influx

Colombia is struggling to help the growing number of Venezuelan migrants who fled hunger and violence back home.

Colombia struggles with growing Venezuelan migrant influx

Brazil

Rio 2016: City revamped in run-up to Olympics

City once considered a dangerous place to visit now enjoys welcome developments such as new tram lines and plazas.

Rio 2016: City revamped in run-up to Olympics

Health

Rio conference highlights neglected diseases

Gathering in Brazil seeks to raise awareness and ensure increased funding for diseases affecting a billion people.

Rio conference highlights neglected diseases

Politics

Pope Francis in visit of hope to Mexico

Francis wants to stand with victims of corruption, violence and organised crime during his five-day visit to Mexico.

Pope Francis in visit of hope to Mexico

Human Rights

First group of stranded Cuban migrants arrive in Mexico

Some of the nearly 8,000 Cuban migrants who were stuck in Costa Rica are closer to their final goal: the US border.

First group of stranded Cuban migrants arrive in Mexico

El Salvador

A murder an hour: El Salvador's gang violence soars

Officials unwilling to negotiate with gangs, even after country recorded highest homicide figures since civil war.

A murder an hour: El Salvador's gang violence soars

Latin America

Haitians face bleak future in Dominican border camps

Haitian who say they were deported from Dominican Republic now face uncertain future in border camps.

Haitians face bleak future in Dominican border camps

Politics

For Hondurans, it's enough of politics as usual

Marches against corruption amount to the largest social movement to hit Central American country since 2009 coup.

For Hondurans, it's enough of politics as usual

Human Rights

Dominican deportation fears keep families on edge

Many unsure if they should await government decision on residency status or cross border to Haiti with their belongings.

Dominican deportation fears keep families on edge

Latin America

In Dominican Republic, deportations cast long shadow

Proving legal right to stay here is no easy task for both Dominicans and Haitians born in shacks and lacking documents.

In Dominican Republic, deportations cast long shadow