The WikiLeaks chief fears he could face the death penalty in the US for treason.
Mexico’s Federal Electoral Institute blames "production error" for assistant's revealing outfit.
The government should remember our shameful role in arming the junta.
Buenos Aires is home to ghosts from British history past and present.
As we mark the 30th anniversary of Argentina’s invasion of the Falklands, a former British diplomat
The UK has no legal right to the islands and only defends them to exploit oil and gas reserves.
Ninety per cent of voters would back the robot, says former Cuban leader.
The Venezuelan leader ponders whether the US could have "developed a technology to induce cancer".
Huge escalator in Colombian city of Medellin will shorten commute through gang-plagued area.
Mexican politics and business have been polluted by greedy forces backed by Wall Street.
Ariel Dorfman reflects on two fateful September mornings, 28 years apart.
Why does the US media care more about riots across the pond than protests happening on its doorstep?
Across the world, slums are home to a billion people. The rich elite want the shanty towns cleared,
The Cuban people still hold their independence dear.
While comparisons with Brazil's former president are evident, Humala must now address challenges uni
"I neglected my health," says the Venezuelan president.
Reports of the Venezuelan President's death have been exaggerated.
Venezuela Farc files must be read with the same scepticism that WMD claims deserved.
Fujimori versus Humala is a battle of neoliberal continuity against progressive reform.
In an attempt to bypass the Constitution, Sandra Torres divorced Alavaro Colom, the Guatemalan Presi
The sheer numbers of participants reveals an apparent consensus.
In a world of shifting power balances, the president is wise to re-engage Latin America.