Photos from around the region
Aerial photos illustrate the serious depletion of the giant city’s water supply, a result of the driest summer in 84 years.
The Aymara indigenous women use the sport as a way to ease the aches and pains of growing old.
At least 16 people were killed after a man was shocked by high-voltage wires, setting off a panic.
Emptied when Castro took power and dissolved congress, building is being upgraded and lawmakers are preparing to return.
A powerful gas tank truck explosion shattered a maternity and children’s hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing at least three adults and one baby and injuring dozens.
The win by 22-year-old Paulina Vega keeps the title in the hands of another Latina — reigning Gabriela Isler is from Venezuela.
Both countries express optimism, but Havana wants change in migration policy.
Supporters and opponents of Obama’s decision to normalize relationships with Cuba face off in Miami and Washington.
The two nations exchange prisoners and begin to overhaul relations.
U.S. officials announced the American’s release after a swap of prisoners.
Protesters take to the streets — blocking highways, seizing town squares and vandalizing property — to demand accountability.
The arrival of energy companies has brought protests from indigenous people whose land was recently returned to them.
Rosario Reyes is protesting near the White House, seeking relief for those such as she who are in the country unlawfully.
Demonstrators take to the streets to demand justice for 43 students who are missing and presumed dead.
“Enough, I’m tired” is used as a hashtag by protesters.
Freddy Mamani livens up buildings in a big way with spellbinding mixes of color.