From his militancy in M-19, where he named himself after a character in ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude,’ to his exile in Belgium, the 62-year-old’s journey to this point has been something of an odyssey. Will he be able to defeat Rodolfo Hernández at Sunday’s election?
The death of Breiner David Cucuñame, killed during an attack against the Indigenous Guard, has shone a spotlight on the dangers faced by activists in the country
Colombian President Iván Duque has described the outcome of a promotion game between Llaneros and Unión Magdalena as a ‘national disgrace’ after the visitors scored twice in the final minute of stoppage time
After the 2010 earthquake that devastated the Caribbean nation, tens of thousands of people traveled to Brazil and Chile. Now they are looking to enter the US, but face many challenges on the journey
Investigators are wondering why President Jovenel Moïse’s security team was unharmed while he was being tortured and murdered by a group of armed men
Mexico, Chile and Brazil are leading the way in driving the sport in the region but sexism and inequality remain the primary matters to address
Inspired by the Swedish teenage climate activist, the younger members of society are leading the fight against global warming