In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the so-called interim president discusses his struggle against the growing power of the Maduro regime.
Colombia is set to increase taxes on wealthy individuals and extractive industries, as the leftist government grapples with a fall in the peso that has outpaced that of most emerging market currencies.
Truckers had protested in support of President Bolsonaro after losing the election to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
U.S. and Canada say Mexico’s nationalist energy policies undermine private companies that have invested heavily in Mexico.
The chief of staff to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says he is authorized to begin the transition to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s administration, although the incumbent hasn’t conceded.
The visit by Colombian President Gustavo Petro visit to Caracas signals Latin America’s renewed efforts to reengage with Venezuela’s Nicolás Maduro.
WhatsApp screenshots used in a new investigation against a retired general couldn’t be verified.
Jair Bolsonaro fails to concede the presidency after ‘Lula’ wins, though important followers acknowledge his defeat
Lula da Silva will return to power at a time when the economy is expected to grow less than 1% and trading partner China expects its worst slowdown in years.
The leftist former president’s victory cements Latin America’s shift to the left and marks an extraordinary comeback for a man who was in jail for corruption three years ago.
Ahead of Sunday’s vote, many poor Brazilians say the ex-president’s support for them is most important, while criticizing his rival, President Jair Bolsonaro, for how he handled the Covid pandemic.
The practice of changing the clocks twice a year has been a source of debate for years
Biden administration officials say the policy has reduced illegal border crossings by Venezuelans, but the new measure has angered immigration and human-rights advocates.
Flash-flood warnings are issued for the central part of the country as the weakening storm moves inland.
Jose Pereira, a former executive with the Citgo Petroleum unit of Venezuela’s state-run oil company, was summoned to Caracas, arrested, convicted on corruption charges and detained for five years.
The resolution calls for freezing assets of a gang boss known as “Barbecue,” who has blocked fuel and food from reaching the cholera-stricken country.
Steps are being taken to phase out a U.S.-led strategy in which he was recognized as president in a bid to unseat Nicolás Maduro.
The United Nations says the amount of land dedicated to growing coca has jumped with cocaine production also expanding.
A draft resolution would target a gang leader who has blocked supplies of food, fuel and water, and encourage the deployment of police and soldiers to help restore order.
Incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and his leftist rival Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva are battling to portray themselves as closest to one particularly influential figure: God.