More than 5,000 rescue workers are working to find and save survivors of the earthquake, after the death toll rose sharply to more than 240 people.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced the deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) on Wednesday night, after four years of negotiations.
In Chile, the seaweed industry also provides a livelihood for 30,000 people. The country has 750 species of seaweed.
After North Korea's latest missile launch on Tuesday, Asian leaders have a fleeting moment of seeing eye-to-eye on a growing security concern in their region.
Russian state-supported media is using the Democratic National Committee leaked emails to portray the American presidential elections as a corrupt spectacle akin to 'House of Cards.'
Reports that unknown hackers targeted the Moscow bureau of The New York Times is part of a worrying trend of alleged Kremlin spying against journalists in Russia.
Following European terror attacks, German officials have suggested legislation that would force tech companies to decrypt private messages and other measures to increase digital surveillance.
Peace negotiations have concluded, according to local media. Colombia may be just weeks away from the signing of a historic accord.
Owen Smith is challenging both Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May on the Brexit. The Labour Party will announce its new leader on Sept. 24.
Three mountain towns that swell with vacationers in the summer months were devastated in the early morning hours on Wednesday by the fourth-largest earthquake to hit Italy in recent decades.