Rebel group fighting since 1964 may come in from the cold – but what is Farc?
As Assange shelters in Ecuadorean embassy, the fate of another whisteblower comes to light
Controversial MP wades into diplomatic row as Correa tells UK not to violate embassy
Relaxed scenes of sunny Rio de Janeiro contrast with Muse's tune about gritty determination
Intelligence suggests Argentine sportsmen and/or supporters are planning stunts over the Falklands issue at the London Olympics
Once again, thousands of delegates descend on a pleasant location. Once again, the result is failure
PM clashes with President Cristina Kirchner and walks away when she offers him a package labelled 'Malvinas'
An armed robbery ends in farce after the shopkeeper spanks one of the thieves on the bottom
EU commission president gets irritable at G20 summit after Canadian hack suggests North Americans shouldn't help solve euro debt crisis
UN human rights boss Navi Pillay lists Canada alongside Russia for its 'alarming' Bill 78
Argentine President Kirchner calls UK rule of Falklands ‘an affront’ as islanders’ offer of direct talks is ignored
No veteran of the Falklands has ever commanded the army. Their absence has been dangerous for our Afghan and Iraqi operations
Falklands government wants to send clear signal to Argentina that islanders wish to remain British
A drugs cartel claims it firebombed a PepsiCo-owned snack company for aiding police surveillance
Reports that Rocco Luka Magnotta filmed himself killing victim and then put body parts in post
Canadian students rally against Bill 78, which forces demonstrators to seek police permission for marches
Four agents fired after Colombia scandal say they are being made scapegoats for behaviour 'long tolerated'
A $3.6m drugs haul has been discovered off California's coast, leaving authorities baffled
Scientists find oldest Mayan calendar - and it keeps going past 21 December 2012