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Colombia and FARC rebels are negotiating one of the trickiest parts of their peace accord.
Colombia is close to a deal that could take rebels out of the drug trade. But right now, coca production is soaring.
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro makes a big bet -- it’s 1 million housing units or his moustache.
Isla de la Juventud was almost part of the U.S. Now its expectations are low, even as relations with Washington improve.
An interview with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
The troops were escorting poll workers in a remote mountain area after local and municipal elections.
Monster storm came ashore packing record winds, but it hit a remote area of the Pacific Coast and then faded.
Cuba, distressed damsel of the Caribbean, stands to benefit once more with two world powers wooing it.
Graffiti artist “El Sexto” was jailed for 10 months after he painted “Fidel” and “Raúl” on pigs to satirize Cuba's leaders.
Opposition lawmaker Andrés Páez has accepted Rafael Correa’s challenge to fight him mano-a-mano.