We follow one of the FARC's most militarily successful fronts as it heads to a UN camp to begin the transition to peace.
by Zach Krahmer
Politics23 Feb 2017 21:17 GMT
In Mexico City visit, senior White House seek to cool tempers after weeks of tension between the two neighbours.
Bolivia22 Feb 2017 13:55 GMT
Some fear Evo Morales will try to seek a fourth, unconstitutional presidential term in 2019.
Politics21 Feb 2017 21:22 GMT
Ecuador's electoral council says presidential election will go to an April runoff after a nail-biter first round.
Business & Economy21 Feb 2017 09:18 GMT
It is unlikely that Brazil will be able to pursue a prominent role in the international arena before 2019.
Latin America20 Feb 2017 14:25 GMT
Moreno is winning the first round of the election, though he is unlikely to avoid a runoff against his nearest rival.
Latin America19 Feb 2017 21:12 GMT
Voters choose between socialism or change as they cast their ballots for president and 137 members of national assembly.
Arts & Culture18 Feb 2017 08:26 GMT
Here, men and women wear traditional clothes, hold festive rituals, and make handicrafts.
Corruption17 Feb 2017 21:47 GMT
Demonstrators take part in anti-government rally amid growing scandal over bribes paid by Brazilian firm Odebrecht.
Human Rights16 Feb 2017 11:10 GMT
'Frontera Sur', designed to protect migrants, resulted in increase in checkpoints and border patrols on southern border.
Latin America15 Feb 2017 16:11 GMT
Attackers burst into the studio and shot the presenter mid-broadcast, a shooting that was also caught on Facebook live.
REWIND15 Feb 2017 07:53 GMT
In 2009 People & Power followed a dramatic meeting between a victim of Argentinean torture and his former interrogator.
Latin America14 Feb 2017 14:58 GMT
Washington accuses El Aissami of masterminding an international network that shipped drugs to Mexico and the US.
Weather13 Feb 2017 09:58 GMT
After dealing with the worst drought the country has seen in 25 years, Bolivia reels from freak thunderstorms.
Latin America13 Feb 2017 09:51 GMT
More than 1,000 officers return to work in Espirito Santo state after 144 people are killed during eight-day strike.
Latin America12 Feb 2017 21:44 GMT
Marches get under way in some 20 cities across country to protest US President Trump's anti-Mexican rhetoric.
by Ramon Blanco
by Erika Guevara-Rosas
by Miguel Guevara
by Edgardo Buscaglia
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