How can a country where half the population lives below the poverty line, produce Carlos Slim often regarded as the world's richest man?
President Pena Nieto's PRI government is increasingly accused of offering few answers to the many problems facing Mexico.
Thousands of Cuban migrants trying to reach the United States through Central America have found themselves stranded as countries close their borders to them.
Argentina changes government and Macri’s political past gives some indications of what the future might bring.
LAB caught up with Sandra Ramos on her recent visit to London to learn of new developments in the Women's Movement and the impact of recent regressive laws in Nicaragua.
The runup to 6th December elections for the National Assembly in Venezuela has seen government and opposition crying foul ahead of what is expected to be one of the closest fought contests in recent years.
The results of the election mark the end of a political era.
Despite the severity of the recent mining disaster in Minas Gerais, the government could pass today (25 November) a bill further weakening environmental licensing legislation.
Urban street art is now an established feature of Argentina's capital, adding plenty of colour to many of the city's neighbourhoods . Russell White explores.
Miners often die in the small, informal mines but thousands still seek their fortune in this risky activity, that the government is finally attempting to regulate.
Report foresees failed hydropower and reduced harvests by 2040
Extraordinary collection of Latin American photos by photographer Matthew Williams-Ellis on show in London