Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder Assange 'to be expelled' from Ecuador embassy

A WikiLeaks Tweet quotes a high-level source saying Assange will be kicked out of the embassy he has been in since 2012.

WikiLeaks founder Assange 'to be expelled' from Ecuador embassy

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks' Assange 'repeatedly violated' asylum terms: Moreno

Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno blames the Wikileaks founder for recent allegations of corruption in local media.

WikiLeaks' Assange 'repeatedly violated' asylum terms: Moreno

Latin America

South American leaders announce new regional bloc

Prosur will replace Unasur, which fell apart last year following divisions over how to address the Venezuela crisis.

Brazil

Latin America in 2019: Stories to watch

As controversial new leaders find their feet and crises continue, here are the stories to look out for this year.

Latin America in 2019: Stories to watch

Talk to Al Jazeera

Lenin Moreno: It is necessary to establish a new ideology

Ecuador's president talks about his hopes for the future of the region, a shift in ideology and Julian Assange.

Shorts

The Amazonian tribe defending their land with technology

'Today, we defend our land with this map. Before we killed with spears. Things are different now.'

The Amazonian tribe defending their land with technology

Julian Assange

Ecuador: UK gave enough guarantees for Assange to leave embassy

Ecuadorean President Moreno says there's a 'path' for the Wikileaks founder to leave London embassy if he wants.

Ecuador: UK gave enough guarantees for Assange to leave embassy

Indigenous rights

Ecuador's indigenous march over 600km to demand an end to mining

Indigenous groups call on government to halt development projects in Amazon, saying they threaten food, land and water.

Ecuador's indigenous march over 600km to demand an end to mining

Ecuador

Ecuador says it will not intervene with UK on behalf of Assange

Ecuador's foreign minister says the Wikileaks founder should sort out his issues with Britain.

Ecuador says it will not intervene with UK on behalf of Assange

Julian Assange

Julian Assange files case against Ecuador for 'violating rights'

WikiLeaks founder has lived in Quito's embassy in London since Swedish prosecutors filed rape charges in 2012.

Julian Assange files case against Ecuador for 'violating rights'

United Nations

Meet María Fernanda Espinosa: UN General Assembly head

A writer, poet and a diplomat, Maria Fernanda Espinosa is the first woman ever from Latin America and the Caribbean to preside over the General Assembly.

Latin America

Children killed as bus crashes in southern Ecuador

It is the latest in a series of road accidents that have killed 45 people in the past three weeks.

Ecuador bus crash kills 10, including children

Latin America

Latin American states urged to ease entry for fleeing Venezuelans

UN call comes after Ecuador and Peru announce tighter entry requirements for Venezuelans escaping the economic crisis.

Venezuela

'When migration is motivated by hunger, it won't end'

Hundreds stuck at Ecuador-Colombia border after Ecuador says only those with valid passport will be allowed to enter.

New Ecuador passport rules leave hundreds of Venezuelans hopeless

Brazil

Brazil sends troops as border town residents attack Venezuelans

Extra troops to be deployed after Brazilians drive migrants back home over robbery and stabbing blamed on Venezuelans.

Brazil sends troops as border town residents attack Venezuelans