livestock in Colombia are raised on vast, open ranges. Overseeing the herds requires the special skills of Colombian cowboys who are known as llaneros — Spanish for "plainsmen."
Marcelo Pecci was slain Tuesday by gunmen on a Colombian beach. His wife, journalist Claudia Aguilera, said the attackers came on a jet ski or small boat.
We asked experts from around the world: What would they like to see on the agenda for this virtual event. Their ideas include fair pay for all health workers — and a makeover for foreign aid.
The Constitutional Court issued the ruling in February of this year. It's part of a so-called "green wave" of liberalizing abortion rights in some Latin America countries. And it's led to protests.
Emergency workers continued to hunt through the ruins for the missing. Authorities have said they suspect the cause was a leak of gas as a tank truck was servicing the building.
In 2021, seven reporters were killed in Mexico, making it the most dangerous country for journalists, according to data compiled by Reporters Without Borders.
Interior Minister Patricio Carrillo said at a news conference that one group of inmates left their cells to attack another inside the Bellavista lockup in Santo Domingo.
Stores running out of cooking oil. Gas prices soaring. Farmers scrambling for fertilizer. Nations rethinking alliances. We zoom in on the war's seismic, far-reaching repercussions.
Mothercoin, by Elizabeth Cummins Muñoz, takes an intimate look at the lives of immigrant nannies in Houston, and how their work in private homes affects their relationship with their own children.
Crews worked through a second night searching for victims of a hotel explosion that killed at least 27 people in Cuba's capital and left more than a dozen missing.
Dozens were injured in the blast that ripped away large sections of the outer wall at the Hotel Saratoga, a 19th century structure. A gas leak was the suspected cause of the explosion.
Recent legislative activities in countries show the U.S. risks being out of step with the progress that the rest of the world is making in protecting sexual and reproductive rights.
Neruda's Book of Questions is well known in Latin American literature. A new bilingual, illustrated selection of his poems gives English-speaking children an opportunity to interrogate the world.
The premier, Andrew Fahie, was charged with conspiracy to import cocaine and conspiracy to launder money, according to a criminal complaint.