Kenya and Haiti signed a "reciprocal" agreement on Friday to deploy police from the East African country to lead a UN-backed law and order mission to the gang-plagued Caribbean nation, Kenyan President William Ruto said.
March 1, 2024
February 26, 2024
A Haitian judge says former first lady Martine Moïse was an accomplice in her husband’s assassination
February 20, 2024
The move came amid a row over the Brazilian president’s remarks about Gaza
February 19, 2024
He protects citizens from crime. But who will protect them from him?
February 3, 2024
Reform of the world’s most complicated tax system will cut businesses’ costs—if lobbies permit it.
February 2, 2024
The United States warned Tuesday it will reimpose sanctions on Venezuela's oil and gas sector, relaxed under a reconciliation deal, after opponents to President Nicolas Maduro were barred from running against him.
January 30, 2024
“There is no Plan B,” President Javier Milei tells The Wall Street Journal as his moves to privatize state companies and slash government jobs and spending are sparking inflation and protests.
January 28, 2024
A Kenyan court on Friday ruled against the government's plan to deploy police to Haiti to lead a UN-backed multinational mission aimed at restoring order in the gang-plagued Caribbean nation.
January 26, 2024
Secretary of State Blinken and Homeland Security chief Mayorkas will meet with Mexican officials on Friday. Border numbers have recently dropped from record highs.
January 19, 2024
Karina Milei is the president’s rock, and also his gatekeeper
January 17, 2024
Bernardo Arévalo, an unassuming academic, will offer hope when he is sworn in on Sunday – despite the best efforts of the previous ruling cabal to stop him
January 11, 2024
Ecuador's President Daniel Noboa said Wednesday the country was in "a state of war" against drug cartels who have carried out a wave of kidnappings and deadly attacks in response to government crackdown.
January 10, 2024
Ecuador's President Daniel Noboa on Monday declared a country-wide state of emergency, including the prison system, after an "extremely dangerous" narco boss escaped from his maximum security cell and unrest erupted at several penitentiaries.
January 9, 2024
Argentine judges on Wednesday suspended labor law changes that form part of a mega-decree of sweeping economic reforms and deregulation announced by the country's libertarian new president, Javier Milei.
January 4, 2024
Newly elected President Javier Milei had previously expressed his reluctance to join the bloc
December 29, 2023
Caracas (AFP) – Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday ordered more than 5,600 military personnel to participate in a "defensive" exercise near the border with Guyana, in response to Britain sending a warship to the area.
December 28, 2023
Thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires on Wednesday, clashing with police as they protested a decree of sweeping economic reform and deregulation published by President Javier Milei.
December 28, 2023
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has held talks with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, as a growing migration crisis causes chaos on their shared border.
December 27, 2023
Argentina's new leader Javier Milei on Wednesday unveiled a series of measures to deregulate the country's struggling economy, eliminating or changing more than 300 rules, including on rent and labor practices.
December 20, 2023