Will Brazil manage to pull itself out of its political quagmire? The situation has become so confusing that Brazil could have to resort to early elections to resolve its impeachment standoff, DW's Astrid Prange writes.
German airline Lufthansa has announced it's suspending its three weekly fights to the country's capital. The decision comes amid growing concern about Venezuela's worsening economic situation.
Police in Bogota have rescued dozens of young women held against their will and sexually exploited. One of the victims was reportedly found hidden behind a wall, with her hands and feet shackled.
Venezuelan government officials have held secret talks with opposition leaders in the Dominican Republic. The meetings aim to pave the way for a resolution to a political standoff in the South American country.
Debate has ensued after the Mexican celebrity Wendy Gonzalez posted an altered picture of Guatemalan activist Rigoberta Menchu. Critics see the image as an example of further discrimination against indigenous people.
Police and demonstrators have clashed at a rally by Republican hopeful Donald Trump in San Diego. California is home to the largest Latino population in the USA.
A court has convicted 15 ex-military officers for conspiring to kill dissidents during a US-backed crackdown decades ago. Hundreds of officers have been tried for atrocities carried out in the 1970s and '80s.
It's been 15 years since the United States famously refused to ratify the Kyoto protocol. The country is gradually reconsidering its attitude toward climate policy - with young Americans at the forefront of change.
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President Obama has laid a wreath at a memorial in Hiroshima, paying tribute to the victims of the world's first nuclear attack. He has also called for fewer nuclear weapons, but did not apologize for the bombing.
Russia, South Africa and eight other countries have voted against giving the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) consultative status at the UN. The US was "extremely disappointed" by the UN committee's decision.
Nexflix and Univision have announced a new series based on the notorious leader of the Sinaloa cartel. But his lawyers said he would sue if the producers didn't receive permission - adding they're open to negotiations.
US billionaire Donald Trump has secured enough delegates to make him the Republican Party candidate for president. Trump and Bernie Sanders floated the idea of debating each other.
It is crucial to understand how 'economic changes affect cancer survival,' the study's lead author said. " Over eight million people die from cancer annually, according to the WHO.
The US president has reassured Japan's premier that justice will be served for the murder of a woman in Okinawa. The crime allegedly committed by an ex-Marine threatens to overshadow Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima.
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