Mexican Governor of Deadliest State for Reporters Will Testify in Photographer Killing
It was the first sign that Javier Duarte might face judicial pressure to answer claims among Veracruz reporters that his administration is responsible for the killings of journalists.
Mexico Busts Giant Weed Greenhouses in Jalisco Allegedly Run By Team of Colombians
Authorities raided three sophisticated greenhouses growing genetically "improved" marijuana just south of Guadalajara, then incinerated the busted weed at night. 22 Colombian nationals allegedly worked at the site.
Colombian Military Chopper Destroyed, Killing 4, in Rising Rebel Attacks on Oil Targets
The Black Hawk helicopter was carrying soldiers to safeguard a pipeline that had been struck by the FARC rebel group when a mine beneath it was reportedly detonated remotely.
Conflict Escalates in Colombia, Worrying a Nation Watching Delicate Peace Talks
The hemisphere's longest war saw escalating skirmishes this weekend. Ten FARC rebels were killed in a fresh airstrike on Saturday, and more than 350 civilians were displaced after last Thursday's airstrike in the Cauca.
Is Peace At Risk After Latest Attack on Soldiers in Colombia?
The Tuesday night attack in Cauca state left 11 servicemen dead, renewing fears among optimistic Colombians that an end to five decades of internal war is farther than hoped.