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  • Brazil's President Temer charged with corruption

    Brazilian prosecutors filed corruption charges against President Michel Temer on Monday, a step toward possibly making him the country's first serving leader to face a criminal trial.

    Brazil's President Temer charged with corruption
    Brazil's President Temer charged with corruption

    Brazilian prosecutors filed corruption charges against President Michel Temer on Monday, a step toward possibly making him the country's first serving leader to face a criminal trial.

    02:26Jun 27, 2017

  • Venezuela students protest against bid to rewrite constitution

    Students across Venezuela are protesting against President Nicolas Maduro's planned constituent assembly, which could lead to a rewrite of the country's constitution and the government's consolidation of power.

    Venezuela students protest against bid to rewrite constitution
  • Tragedy strikes tourist town in Colombia

    A tourist boat packed with about 160 passengers for the holiday weekend has capsized in northwestern Colombia, leaving at least six people dead and 31 missing, according to the country's president.

    Tragedy strikes tourist town in Colombia
  • Colombia: Paramilitary groups take over abandoned FARC territory

    Colombia's largest rebel group, the FARC, is due to finish disarming this week as part of a historic peace deal with the government. But many communities are still threatened by armed groups.

    Colombia: Paramilitary groups take over abandoned FARC territory
  • Venezuela crisis: Anti-Maduro protests overshadow Armed Forces Day

    Saturday was Armed Forces Day in Venezuela, commemorating those who played a crucial role in former leader Hugo Chavez's socialist revolution.

    Venezuela crisis: Anti-Maduro protests overshadow Armed Forces Day
  • Brazil defends beef industry after US ban

    Brazil’s agriculture ministry has accused the US government of acting over-enthusiastically after it banned imports of Brazilian beef on Friday.

    Brazil defends beef industry after US ban
  • Venezuela faces food and medical supply shortage

    Thousands of Venezuelans are protesting almost daily against President Nicolas Maduro's government. They want the elections to be held and to see an end to shortages of food and medical supplies. Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Caracas.

    Venezuela faces food and medical supply shortage
    Venezuela faces food and medical supply shortage

    Thousands of Venezuelans are protesting almost daily against President Nicolas Maduro's government. They want the elections to be held and to see an end to shortages of food and medical supplies. Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Caracas.

    02:19Jun 24, 2017

  • Mexican government accused of 'spying'

    Mexico is investigating allegations of online spying against prominent journalists and activists. President Enrique Pena Nieto has denied involvement, saying that spying sofware is only used against suspected criminals.

    Mexican government accused of 'spying'
  • Venezuela: Violent protests continue into a third month

    Venezuelan troops have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at opposition protesters as demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro move into a third month. Maduro, however, has not shown any signs of reaching a compromise with the opposition.

    Venezuela: Violent protests continue into a third month
  • Venezuela crisis: Opposition calls for civil disobedience

    Venezuela's opposition has called for widespread civil disobedience in a new push to remove President Nicolas Maduro's government from power.

    Venezuela crisis: Opposition calls for civil disobedience
  • Venezuela crisis: Regional summit fails to agree on resolution

    Members of Venezuela's opposition have protested at the summit of the Organisation of American States in Mexico, saying that not enough members were ready to call for action against the Venezuelan government over the country’s economic crisis.

    Venezuela crisis: Regional summit fails to agree on resolution
  • Chile protesters call for free higher education

    Clashes have erupted in Chile's capital Santiago between police and protesters calling on President Michelle Bachelet to fulfill her promises of improvements to the educational system and implement more reforms.

    Chile protesters call for free higher education