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Guatemala’s president-elect Alejandro Giammattei, who takes office in January, inherits a controversial deal with the U.S. to limit migration.
As the gun debate reignites after the El Paso and Dayton shootings, Canada and Mexico are speaking out about how they are hit by U.S. gun laws.
In Alberta, the heartland of Canada’s energy industry, many feel they are being taken advantage of and disrespected by the rest of country.
Pension reform in Brazil has long met firm pushback. But this week, Congress moved closer than ever to approving changes seen as key for the economy.
A NYPD Bomb Squad officer investigates suspicious packages near West 16th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City, Aug. 16.
As Disney Cruise Line gets the go-ahead for a facility on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas, it puts the pristine environment under strain.
Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has resigned after weeks of protests. But this is just the beginning of needed change, some protesters say.
The largest multi-sports event in the Americas, opening Friday, has brought new multi-million dollar arenas to Peru. But in Lima, the new sports centers cast a shadow over communities who have been demanding drainage, roads, and drinking water for decades.
As Venezuelans continue to flee, tiny Trinidad and Tobago has absorbed more per capita than almost any other country. But it hasn’t been smooth.
Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president in January, but has fallen short of many lofty promises. Why does he still have so many supporters?
China’s arrests of two Canadians, which followed the arrest of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, have some people rethinking their dealings in China.
Our Mexico City correspondent shares the children’s books her family uses to discuss migration – with a stamp of approval from her daughter.
Migrants throughout time have brought local cuisines with them to new places. Opening arepa restaurants has allowed Venezuelan migrants to make a living abroad while keeping alive a culinary tradition.
Ten years after a coup removed President Manuel Zalaya from power, its consequences still shape Honduras – from months of protests to migration.
Though it made many promises to Canada’s indigenous peoples on reconciliation, the Trudeau government has realized little substantive progress.
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