- Protester killed in anti-government unrest in Venezuela
An anti-government protest in Caracas turns violent, leaving one protester dead of an apparent gunshot wound. Nathan Frandino reports. Video provided by Reuters
- 3 Dead As Gunfire Punctuates Venezuela Protests
Three died as gunfire broke out, turning protests in Venezuela violent Wednesday. Video provided by Newsy
- Deaths, dozens hurt amid protests in Venezuela
Two people died and 23 were injured as rival protests linked to Venezuela's deepening economic crisis exploded into violence on Wednesday, a prosecutor said. Duration: 00:37 Video provided by AFP
- Venezuela hit by deadly protests over economic crisis
Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro says security will be heightened in the country after two people died and 23 were injured during violent protests. Video provided by AFP
- Icebox parties: new way of boycotting Brazil's high prices
The icebox (or « isopor ») has become very successful on Rio de Janeiro’s party scene as a mean to boycott the abusive prices in bars, four months before the world cup. Duration: 02:14 Video provided by AFP
- Venezuelan newspaper workers protest paper shortage
Some 600 people took to the streets of the Venezuelan capital to protest a newsprint shortage that has caused the temporary closure of dozens of newspapers. Duration: 00:37 Video provided by AFP
- Griffey Jr., Larkin visit Cuba for 'baseball diplomacy'
Two former Major League Baseball players hold clinics and meet with fans during a "baseball diplomacy" trip to Cuba. Nathan Frandino reports. Video provided by Reuters
- Weakening peso is Valentine's gift for Colombian flower growers
Love is in the air as Colombian flower growers expect good sales ahead of Valentine's Day. Sharon Reich reports. Video provided by Reuters
- Torrential rains in Bolivia leave thousands without homes
Torrential rains in Bolivia have claimed more than 40 lives since they started in September and have forced thousands of families to leave their homes. Duration: 02:29 Video provided by AFP
- Reporters take to streets of Caracas over paper shortage
Journalists in Venezuela are taking to the streets to protest newsprint shortages, which have forced some papers to stop printing. Gavino Garay reports. Video provided by Reuters
- RAW VIDEO: Military Parade Caps Off Mexico's Independence Celebrations
Mexico displays military might in a parade full of pomp and pageantry to mark the anniversary of its independence movement from Spain. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- RAW VIDEO: Thousands Hold Vigil in Chile to Mark Coup D'état's 29th Anniversary
Some five thousand people including family members of victims of Chile's dictatorship gathered on Tuesday evening, on the 39th anniversary of the coup d'état, in front of the Estadio Nacional and Villa Grimaldi for a candlelight vigil to remember those who died. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Uruguay to Legalize Abortion
:After a marathon day of discussion, Uruguay's Parliament approved a bill to legalize abortion on Tuesday. Uruguay will become the second Latin American country to give a woman the right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy under certain conditions. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Venezuela's Hugo Chavez Campaigns in Monagas
Supporters attend a campaign rally by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Monagas, northeastern Venezuela. Chavez, in power since 1999, has easily won the last three presidential elections, and the latest poll shows the leftist leader holding a 10-point lead over opposition candidate Henrique...
- GRAPHIC VIDEO: 8 Killed in Mexico Violence
Eight people have been killed in the past 24 hours in Mexico's southwestern state of Guerrero. According to police, gunmen attacked a restaurant Wednesday near a highway in the state, killing two people, including the former head of the State Police Victor Manuel Cadena Macari. Powered by NewsLook....
- Rally to Support Chavez
Thousands of Venezuelans have marched in the capital to show their support for President Hugo Chavez, who is seeking another six-year term in the October election. Chavez's red-shirt supporters on Saturday waved banners, flags and the president's big pictures. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Heriberto Lazcano Confirmed Killed by Mexican Authorities
The body of one of Mexico's most feared drug lords was stolen from a funeral home by a group of armed men, according to a state prosecutor. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Economy Weighs on Voters Ahead of Venezuelan Election
The economy is in focus as Venezuela prepares for its presidential election. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Capriles: Hugo Chavez Is 'Crazed With Power'
With a week to go before the elections, the polls are narrowing in Venezuela. AFPTV speaks to fresh-faced challenger Henrique Capriles, the candidate who's got Hugo Chavez on the defensive. Powered by NewsLook.com...
- Guatemala's Geographic Challenge
Stratfor explains how difficult geography, limited natural resources and the policies of neighboring countries will complicate Guatemala's future. Powered by NewsLook.com...