“The peace process is just a facade. This is not going anywhere.”
Morales' resignation may calm anti-government protests, but his departure leaves a volatile power vacuum.
People freak out about weed legalisation, then realise it’s better and stop caring.
A state of emergency already in place in Santiago was expanded to other cities near the capital, and the government imposed a night-time curfew to tamp down the violence
The climate crisis has already created millions of invisible refugees and could create up to 1.5 billion more in the next 30 years. But under international law no country is obliged to take them in.
We spent the weekend on the Venezuela-Colombia border with people who risked their lives trying to bring vital humanitarian aid into their country.
"Being in prison causes a lot of anguish. There’s nothing more than that, so we have to find a way to make confinement beneficial and not just a punishment."
First Ariel Franco was in solitary confinement. Then he was Brazil's most sought-after hairstylist.
Tottenham’s Latin Village is at risk of being turned into flats—but the local Latin American community is fighting back.
Diego Armando Maradona is one of the best football players of all time. And for many fans, he’s a god.
After 50 years of serving the local community, the South London mall is being bulldozed as part of a council-approved “regeneration” project.
The Peruvian-Argentine duo’s new track is built on a stark contrast between noise rock, improvisation, and pure rhythm.