Nicaragua

Nicaragua unrest: Marchers demand justice for victims

Crowds have marched through Nicaragua's capital, Managua, to demand justice for those killed in operations by police.

Latin America

Presidential pay cut: Mexican leader to slash salaries

Mexico's incoming president cuts his own salary in austerity push.

FARC

Why many ex-FARC rebels won't give up on peace

Election of right-wing Duque puts 2016 deal at risk, but many ex-rebels say they're now even more determined for peace.

FARC members: We won't back down on peace, even with Duque

Nicaragua

Nicaragua unrest: '10-year-old killed' as death toll tops 280

Rights group says young girl was among the 10 killed after pro-government forces launched operation in country's south.

Nicaragua unrest: '10-year-old killed' as death toll tops 280

Nicaragua

Students freed after standoff at Nicaragua church leaves two dead

Students walk out of besieged church on Saturday after being trapped inside by gunfire for more than 16 hours.

Latin America

Haiti PM quits amid fuel price increase fallout

Embattled prime minister steps down following days of violent protests sparked by a botched bid to raise fuel prices.

Latin America

Mike Pompeo meets Mexico's president-elect Obrador

The US secretary of state met the incoming and outgoing presidents of Mexico while protesters, angry at the US' treatment of immigrants, hounded Pompeo's visit.

Latin America

Haiti government faces no-confidence vote amid violent protests

The streets of Port-au-Prince are calmer now, but Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant faces a vote of no confidence in Parliament.

Latin America

Nicaragua student protesters livestream attack

At least two dead and several others injured as months of anti-government protests continue in Central American country.

Latin America

More deadly protests in Nicaragua calling on Ortega to resign

The worst political crisis in Nicaragua since the 1980s has entered its third month, as protesters continue to demand the resignation of President Daniel Ortega and constitutional reform.

Latin America

Illegal guns from the US fuel Mexico's drug cartel violence

Incoming Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador wants to impress upon the US Trump administration that the deteriorating security situation is the concern and responsibility of both countries.

Latin America

Haitians plan protests despite govt scrapping fuel price hike

The International Monetary Fund has recommended Haiti raise fuel prices by up to 50 percent.

Nicaragua

Nicaragua unrest death toll rises before new protests

The toll from a crackdown on anti-government protests has risen to 264, as activists plan new rallies.

Latin America

International Rights groups condemn Nicaragua killings

This week has seen some of the worst violence since the protests erupted nearly 3 months ago.

Latin America

Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM's resignation

A vote of confidence has been scheduled in the parliament for Saturday, but there is intense pressure on the prime minister to step down before then.