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Enrique Peña Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, is hitting back at rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, alleging he used illicit funds in his campaign.
The administration of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, one of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's few allies, 'vigorously condemns the terrorist attack' in Damascus.
The Central American country is considering a plan to stop handing jail sentences to those caught with up to 10 grams of marijuana.
Venezuela was prepping fourth shipment in eight months to Damascus of the diesel that Syrian tanks run on, reports WSJ.
What ever happened to Enrique Peña Nieto's double-digit lead?
The tunnel is 755-feet long and is the latest in more than 75 others busted over the years.
Mexico's left-wing presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, or AMLO, vows to challenge the Mexican election results. Here we go again.
Four men charged in Florida with illegally exporting jet-fighter parts to Venezuela, which is accused of providing F-16s to Iran.
Pew survey predicted fewer than half of Americans would be happy with the outcome.
Economic analysts see Mexico shoving past Brazil as the next great Latin hope.
In contrast to the US, Latin America's economic growth is soaring. ¿Que pasa?
Sympathizers try to keep their fond memories of Chile's dead dictator alive, as families of his many victims rage in the streets.
Paraguay's priest-turned-president admits to another love child. Mexico's presidential front-runner is the new face of an extramarital dating site.
In 1985, the Nevado del Ruiz volcano had one of the deadliest eruptions of the 20th century. Colombian geologists say it could blow again any day now.
Colbun, one of two companies behind the HidroAysen project, says it wants out. Greens are rejoicing.
Mexican super candidate Enrique Peña Nieto might have finally met his kryptonite — the youth.
Some Mexican media have an obvious favorite in the upcoming presidential elections — and so thousands of students are taking to the streets.
A new suspect has been arrested for the 2006 killing of a US activist journalist.
US anti-drug agents might have hired prostitutes in Colombia in April too, but unrelated to Secret Service and military.