Draft report says president was ‘principally responsible’ for errors over pandemic that cost thousands of lives.
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Violence, looting, road blockades, armed gangs pose increasing obstacles to humanitarian aid for impoverished nation.
The real fell 0.8 percent, the sole decliner among major currencies, while the Ibovespa stock gauge slumped 2.5 percent.
Inter-American Court of Human Rights issues ruling holding Colombia’s govt responsible for the attack on Jineth Bedoya.
President Lasso orders mobilisation of police, military in the streets as he struggles to curb drug-related violence.
Censorship, misinformation during pandemic have had ‘a devastating impact’ on access to information, Amnesty says.
FBI, State Dept diplomatic teams are working to locate, free a group of 17 Christian missionaries seized by Haiti gang.
US prosecutors charged Saab in connection with a bribery scheme linked to Venezuela’s state-controlled exchange rate.
Tens of thousands of Hondurans are being affected by hurricanes, floods and warming temperatures.
Venezuelan President Maduro will meet his Iranian counterpart on visit to Tehran ‘in the next few months’.
Sepúlveda, it seemed, was too happy to die – and should therefore be condemned to a future of, well, pain.
President Bukele downplays San Salvador protests against economic and judicial policies, including Bitcoin move.
Gang known as 400 Mazowo said to have abducted 17 foreign missionaries amid increasing lawlessness in troubled nation.
Group was leaving an orphanage in Port-au-Prince when they were abducted, say media reports.