Central & South America
One other person died while one miner was rescued alive.
Onlookers stand silently as body retrieved from scene of deadly accident at Chile mine
Argentina and Uruguay were affected.
Tens of millions without power following blackout across South America
In this photo provided by the Intendencia de Antofagasta, miner Leonardo Condori is tended to by rescue workers after being pulled out of the San José mine in Tocopilla, Chile, Saturday, June 15, 2019. Three Bolivian miners were trapped deep underground since Thursday night when the mine they were working in collapsed. Condori was rescued alive, another was found dead and a third is still missing. (Ricardo Rodriguez/Intendencia de Antofagasta via AP)
One Bolivian rescued, one dead after Chilean mine collapse
Rescue launched for three Bolivians trapped in Chile mine
Two Coast Guard vessels tied up at the Portsmouth, NH Shipyard.
Jamaican fishermen were 'chained outside' through storms while aboard US Coast Guard ships
The actress wanted to learn more about the refugees’ conditions and to raise awareness.
Angelina Jolie visits refugee camp on Colombia-Venezuela border to raise awareness of their needs
Donald Trump says US, Mexico reach agreement to prevent tariffs
Two football players fighting for the ball
Argentine football referee detained for attempting to groom minors
Najila Trindade alleges the Brazilian football star raped her in a Paris hotel room May 15.
Brazilian football star Neymar testifies about posting rape accuser's photos online
Donald Trump accused of tax evasion in Panama by former hotel business partner
Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says Mexico will not respond to US President Donald Trump's threat of coercive tariffs with desperation, but instead push for dialogue, during his daily morning press conference at the National Palace, in Mexico City, Friday, May 31, 2019. (AP Photo/Ginnette Riquelme)
Trump tariffs could 'likely push Mexico into a recession', analyst says
At least 20 reported dead after tour bus crash in Mexico
Brazilian officials say 42 inmates found dead at three prisons
Japanese man dies inflight after eating 246 cocaine packets
In this photo provided by Firefighters of Peru, people pass in front destroyed wall in Yurimaguas Peru, Sunday, May 26, 2019. A powerful magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck the Amazon jungle in north-central Peru early Sunday, the U.S. Geological survey reported, collapsing buildings and knocking out power to some areas. (Firefighters of Peru via AP)
Magnitude 8.0 earthquake strikes Amazon jungle in Peru
Seven gunmen were involved in the attack in the Guama neighbourhood of the Para state capital, Belem.
Eleven people killed after gunmen attack bar in Brazil
Wife and daughter of NZ man murdered in Panama released from hospital
Firefighters work to put out the flames of a small plane that crashed into the top of a home in Puerto Montt, Chile.
Six people dead after small plane crashes into house in Puerto Montt, Chile
Watch: The worlds largest airplane takes its first flight
Footballer scores insanely lucky penalty after spinning ball bounces into net despite smacking crossbar
Julian Assange to be expelled from Ecuador's London embassy within 'hours to days' - Wikileaks says
Marty McKenzie conjures magic try as pinpoint kick bounces off goalpost perfectly for Chiefs to score
Chiefs' fullback Damian McKenzie kicks during the Super Rugby rugby match - Chiefs v Blues played at FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand on Friday 3 March 2017.  Copyright photo: Bruce Lim /
As it happened: Chiefs score game-winning try in dying minutes to snatch victory from Jaguares
The 0800 information line has received more than 800 calls with the decision to ban military-style semi-automatics here is prompting law makers in the United States to take notice.
America eyes NZ as sweeping changes to gun laws enforced
European Union suspends operations of all Boeing 737 Max aircrafts
Amputee former marine makes rowing history, shattering able-bodied Atlantic crossing record
FILE - In this May 3, 2017 file photo, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves to supporters outside the National Electoral Council headquarters, in Caracas, Venezuela. The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry announced Friday, May 19, 2017, that Russian President Vladimir Putin had promised to start delivering several thousand tons of wheat after speaking on the phone with Maduro. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File)
Venezuelan hospitals struggle to tend patients without power
A winery in Argentina will soon take Black Ridge’s title.
Central Otago winery loses 'world's southernmost vineyard' title to Argentina
Startling footage shows tarantula dragging opossum through Amazon, first time such an encounter documented
Nurse hospital generic
Girl, 11, who became pregnant after being raped, gives birth after being denied abortion by authorities in Argentina