Latin America and Caribbean News

Rio residents try to bring green to a concrete jungleRio de Janeiro is famed for magnificent views of its coastal rainforest
The Associated Press11 hours ago
People hold signs of their dead and missing relatives during a march against violence called "Walk for Peace," in Mexico City, Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020. Thousands marched against violence in Mexico, making their way towards Mexico City's main square the Zocalo. (AP Photo/Ginnette Riquelme)
Mexican march for peace swarmed by angry protestersA four-day pilgrimage by family members of murdered or missing Mexicans has culminated in a tense confrontation in the capital's main square as supporters of Mexico's president hurled insults at the families — including dozens of Mormons with dual U.S.-citizenship
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Canada prime minister to welcome Venezuela opposition leaderVenezuela opposition leader Juan Guaidó will visit Canada on Monday as part of an international tour aimed at bolstering support for his challenge to socialist leader Nicolás Maduro
The Associated Press21 hours ago
Mexican women protest murders of activists, target monumentsHundreds of feminists have swarmed the streets of Mexico City to demand justice for two feminist activists murdered in Mexico this month
The Associated Press1 day ago
5.0 quake hits southern Puerto Rico amid ongoing tremorsA 5.0 magnitude earthquake hit southern Puerto Rico on Saturday at a shallow depth, raising concerns about unstable infrastructure in a region that has been hit by quakes daily for nearly a month
The Associated Press1 day ago
Heavy rains in Brazil cause flooding, landslides; 30 killedAuthorities in Brazil say heavy rains caused flooding and landslides in the southeast part of the country, killing at least 30 people
The Associated Press2 days ago
One year on, Brazilian city haunted by deadly dam collapse The rupture of mining company Vale’s dam remains raw in a town of 40,000 people that’s trying to lift itself up after the blow
The Associated Press2 days ago
Bolivia's interim leader Áñez confirms candidacy in electionBolivian interim President Jeanine Áñez has announced her candidacy in the country's May 3 presidential election
The Associated Press2 days ago
A migrant girl looks at Mexican National Guardsmen at the border crossing between Guatemala and Mexico in Tecun Uman, Guatemala, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020. More than a thousand Central American migrants surged onto the bridge spanning the Suchiate River, that marks the border between both countries, as Mexican security forces attempted to impede their journey north. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Use of 'rescues' by Mexican migration officials criticizedMexico says it “rescued” 800 Central American migrants walking up a highway
The Associated Press2 days ago
Brazil indigenous groups accuse Bolsonaro of racist commentIndigenous leaders in Brazil have criticized President Jair Bolsonaro for making what they describe as racist remarks
The Associated Press2 days ago
Mexico issues arrest warrant in killing of journalist ValdézFederal prosecutors in Mexico have issued an arrest warrant for suspected drug capo Dámaso López in the 2017 killing of crusading journalist Javier Valdéz
The Associated Press2 days ago
Fire kills 11 youths hunting animals in field in Venezuela Venezuelan authorities say 11 young people, mostly teenagers, who were hunting small animals died in a fire that swept through a sugarcane field
The Associated Press3 days ago
Bible vs indigenous beliefs at issue in BoliviaA religious debate pitting the Bible against the Andean earth deity called the Pachamama is happening in Bolivia as the South American country navigates a future without ousted President Evo Morales
The Associated Press3 days ago
In this picture taken Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, spiritual indigenous guide Mariano Condori Flores stands outside San Francisco Church during the Three Kings Day celebrations in La Paz, Bolivia. A symbiotic relationship has formed over time and it allows Catholics and Pachamama believers to maintain both systems, Condori Flores said. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
Bolivia religious debate: The Bible vs Andean earth deityA religious debate pitting the Bible against the Andean earth deity called the Pachamama is happening in Bolivia as the South American country navigates a future without ousted President Evo Morales
The Associated Press3 days ago
Clothing left behind by Central American migrants who camped out by the Suchiate River cover the riverbank near Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, Friday, Jan. 24, 2020. Mexico announced last June that it was deploying the newly formed National Guard to assist in immigration enforcement to avoid tariffs that Trump threatened on Mexican imports. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Normalcy returns to Guatemala-Mexico border after caravanSome see an end to migrant caravans after hundreds of Central Americans were hauled onto to buses by Mexican national guardsmen
The Associated Press3 days ago
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