Despite a peace deal in a war that has already cost over 200,000 lives, drug violence continues in Colombia. Grieving families now hope forensics can give answers as they search for lost loved ones.
It is almost impossible to separate Cuba from its music. Songs of all genres are woven into the fabric of both the myth and reality of the socialist island, writes Channel 4 News Producer Thom Walker.
With protests erupting over the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico, the country’s attorney general confirms that bone fragments found belonged to a 19-year-old trainee teacher.
Thoughts of war are put to one side for a few hours at a daytime disco providing some relief for students in Aleppo, Syria.
Syria’s biggest city has been ravaged by two years of fighting, forcing families to move regularly and camp out in buildings without walls. Here are some of their stories.
While the last decade has seen a wealth of political apologues across Latin America, the Brazilian story that has captured the imagination of the country is certainly one of the most compelling.
The first thing I noticed was a tug at my arm. I looked down to see a young girl in a blue top smiling up at me, writes Channel 4 News Producer Thom Walker.
They were somewhat happier times on my first visit to Gaza. I hesitate to use the word happier, it feels callous – but given how things are currently, maybe it’s about right, writes Thom Walker.
Whatever the result in Sunday’s World Cup final, a heavy shadow will linger over the Maracaná stadium long after the last whistle has sounded.
The World Cup begins on Thursday, but what should be a joyful moment for Brazilians has been marred by anti-government protests, with anger also directed at football’s governing body.
A Colombian friend once told me with no hint of irony, that any love affair with Latin America required some kind of relationship with Gabo, writes Thom Walker.
In any analysis of Venezuelan politics, it is prudent not to underestimate the vast shadow that former President Hugo Chavez casts over his country, writes Thom Walker.
A top cartel leader killed, another kingpin captured. On the face of things, it’s been a good few weeks for Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto, writes Thom Walker.
You might pass Servando “La Tuta” Gomez on the street and not look twice. But with a $2.5m bounty on his head, the charismatic leader of Mexico’s Knights Templar drug cartel commands respect and fear.
The Confederations Cup football tournament in Brazil has sparked anti-government, anti-corruption protests across the country. Will President Rousseff’s concessions be enough to stem the revolt?