At least 273 people have died and 2,000 have been injured in the unrest that's rocked Nicaragua since April, according to the human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS). Source link
Two men were killed Friday night in Managua after pro-government forces attacked the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, the strongest protest holdout in the capital, according to Paulo Abrao, the executive secretary of the Inter-American Commission on Human...
The entire police force of a Mexican town in the state of Michoacan is being questioned in the assassination of a mayoral candidate, the state attorney general office said. Source link
Mexican presidential front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador heads into Sunday's watershed election with a substantial lead in the polls and the hopes of a country disenchanted with rampant corruption and escalating violence on his shoulders. Source link
Scientists at the Teopanzolco archeological site discovered an ancient temple this week that was exposed by the devastating earthquake in central Mexico last September. Source link
When their tomatoes began going missing, a family in Montreal, Canada assumed it was the work of a squirrel. But when they checked their security camera, they saw the tomato thief had been the postman all along. Source link...
The agony and desperation are written all over migrants' faces. But what you can't see is how bad their homelands really are. Source link
It seemed like the perfect holiday photo opportunity: Crystal blue waters and a pack of docile nursing sharks lazing on the docks of Staniel Cay in the Bahamas. Source link
After asking for years, a CNN reporter got to visit the reclusive Cuban town across Guantanamo Bay from the US naval base. Source link
At least one American tourist is dead and ten people were injured after a tour boat exploded in the Bahamas, according to the Royal Bahamas Police Force. Source link