A preliminary report on the collapse of a Mexico City elevated subway line, which killed 26 people, blames poor welds in support beams.
The U.S. is returning unaccompanied Mexican children to Mexico without giving them adequate safety screenings, an Amnesty International report says.
Peru has finished tallying votes in the country’s tight presidential contest but no winner has been declared, with electoral authorities saying they are scrutinizing a small number of ballots amid unproven claims of vote tampering leveled by the apparent loser.
Argentina’s President Alberto Fernández has been ridiculed for his comment that ‘Mexicans came from the Indians, the Brazilians came from the jungle.’
Newly released data show that migrants were stopped 180,034 times across the southern border in May, nearly eight times the total a year ago.
The U.S. Treasury Department has slapped sanctions on the daughter of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and a top army official.
Human Rights Watch says Colombian police are responsible for the deaths of 20 people during civil unrest that has raged for weeks.
With 95% of ballots tallied, leftist Pedro Castillo has a slight lead over conservative Keiko Fujimori.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s party and allies appear poised to maintain their majority in the lower chamber of Mexico’s Congress.