Since the peace deal between the government and FARC rebels in 2016, coffee growers have begun to return to their farmlands to cultivate the mild arabica bean that had been inaccessible to global markets during decades of fighting.
In reaction to anti-immigration sentiment in the US, some tech giants are setting up operations in Mexico, hoping to retain and attract foreign tech talent.
Pro-government candidates have won 17 of 22 races in which the outcomes were considered irreversible. It was a dramatic contrast to pre-election polls that projected widespread victories for the opposition party, which claims the results are fraudulent.
Pola Díaz Moffitt first pitched in to search-and-rescue efforts after Mexico City's 1985 earthquake, 32 years to the day before last month's temblor. She's been helping 'topos' groups find people trapped by disasters ever since.
Colombia is one step closer to implementing transitional justice courts for FARC rebels convicted of war crimes after the Chamber of Representatives approved a bill regulating the process.
Star Wars fans raise their lightsabers before the starts of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' movie in Subang Jaya, Malaysia, Friday, Dec. 15.
Now that emergency efforts are well underway, architects and engineers are looking into the lax building codes and outdated structural designs were the cause of collapse for a majority of the buildings that were damaged during last month's quake.
As the nation searches for solutions to avoid future 'Car Wash' scandals, some critics worry this new fund could help politicians seeking re-election avoid persecution for corruption.
The long-strained relationship between the United States and Cuba now faces an unusual cloak-and-dagger mystery. Who is targeting US government workers in Cuba, and why?
Armed with protective googles and booties, an 8-year-old Labrador has been sniffing out rubble to help volunteers find missing people. A viral video of Frida at work has captured hearts around the globe.
From crackdowns along the border that push migrants to take new and riskier routes, to criminal organizations’ increased role in human trafficking, here are some of the 'new realities' in migration along the US southern border.
Scientists have created stronger, faster growing corn that is allowing farmers as far north as Alaska to grow healthy crops. However, the abundance of corn and other grains is causing problems for farmers all over the world as surpluses drive down prices.
After the strongest hurricane hits Puerto Rico in more than 80 years, residents unite with aid workers for recovery efforts.