Brazil, October 29, 2018 - After the most polarized and divisive campaign in its modern history, Brazil has elected as its next president a right-wing politician who openly disdains human rights and admires military dictators.
Bolivian President Evo Morales said Tuesday he would write a letter to the International Court of Justice to highlight "contradictions" in the court's decision over Bolivia's claim to access to the Pacific Ocean.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera will meet Pope Francis in Rome later this month during a tour of Europe, as the Roman Catholic Church in Chile faces a crisis over claims of sexual abuse and cover-ups.
More than 40 percent of infants and youth in Brazil up to 14 years of age live in poverty, according to a new study titled “The Scene of Infants and Adolescents in Brazil.” The percentage represents a total of 17.3 million people nationwide.
With just a few hours to go before Brazil's Supreme Court rules on Luiz Inacio 'Lula' da Silva's habeas corpus case, Army Commander-in-Chief, Eduardo Villas-Boas, has been accused of pressuring the court's judges to deliver a negative verdict against the former Brazilian President.
Following the lead of the United States and the European Union in their economic attack on Venezuela, Switzerland announced Wednesday a series of sanctions against Venezuelan institutions and senior officials.
The Ecuadorean government Wednesday restricted access to communications of the journalist and founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, who has been in Ecuador’s embassy in the U.K. since 2012, for violating an agreement in which he had pledged not to comment on the affairs of other countries.