For many Latin American leaders, US President-elect Joe Biden’s victory represents a return to a more civilised age.
Anger in Colombia as police kills a man for breaking coronavirus restrictions. Protesters say brutality is systemic.
Mexican scientists recently identified the vessel as ‘La Union’, believed to have gone down in September 1861.
Exciting finds change archaeologists’ idea that humans have only lived in the Americas for 15,000 years.
Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is often criticised for downplaying the issue of gender violence.
According to the World Wildlife Fund, more than 85 percent of the world’s wetlands have been lost over the past 40 years.
An investigation into an assault by soldiers in the border city of Nuevo Laredo in July that killed 12 people comes amid UN pressure.
Why healthcare workers in Mexico say they are dying while trying to save lives as the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise.
The worsening coronavirus outbreak in Central America means border closures are still being enforced.
On Wednesday, the families of Mexico’s missing students met behind closed doors with the president to discuss updates in the continuing investigation.