Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva is still leading in the polls but faces a host of corruption charges.
Indigenous inhabitants want more control over mining, logging and oil extraction projects on their lands.
Opposition officials refused to return to talks in the Dominican Republic to protest a government claim that they had helped expose a rebel officer’s hideout.
The government hopes to follow in Cuba’s footsteps. Good luck, hoteliers say.
But the WikiLeaks founder remained in the diplomatic enclave, where he sought refuge five years ago, because he still is wanted by British authorities.
Officials voice gratitude for grace period and are focused on finding a solution before deportations and the loss of remittances.
Four of the victims came from the leftist PRD party. The motives behind the killings remain unclear.
LiGay launched in May, held its first official tournament in November and now has 16 teams across the country.
Ties to Israel, and rocky times at home, have pushed these Central American countries toward the U.S. president.
Alberto Fujimori’s abrupt release from prison has angered many in Peru.
Amid collapsing economy, families have no money for presents or Christmas dinners.
The opposition-controlled Congress had threatened to oust Pedro Pablo Kuczynski after 17 months in office in a process that critics called an assault on democracy.
Under a deal in the works in Brussels, Mexican cheese and European marble could find lucrative new markets.
Chileans elect a new president Sunday, with a leftist group potentially the kingmaker.
As religious conservatives gain power in Brazil, the city becomes an unlikely experiment.