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
New label 'Chance By Colombia' debuts at Bogota fashion show alongside Italian designer brands
Twitter rises up against centre-left candidate Enrique Peña Nieto after failed hashtag stunt
Telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim offers $2.1bn for a third of the company
Argentina red-faced as hockey player who caused outrage looks unlikely to take part in London 2012
'To compete on English soil, we train on Argentine soil' says stirring advert, filmed in 'Las Malvinas'
Evo Morales pledges to compensate Red Electrica for taking control of Transportadora de Electricidad
Argentines snatch share belonging to Repsol - angering Spain, disappointing Mexico and troubling analysts
Foreign Office proposed UK and Argentina take turns to appoint Falklands governor in 1974 document
Lack of an aircraft carrier means Britain could not take the islands back, says Falklands War veteran
Kirchner calls for direct flights to Argentina as Roger Waters attacks David Cameron's 'bullshit'
Geopolitics prof explains Falklands issue is 'vastly more complicated than Penn might imagine'
Actor pans UK for its support of Chilean dictator and 'intimidating' Prince William deployment
Group come under fire for saying the islanders have the right to self-determination
Actor winds up Brits again - but now he faces call to hand back his Malibu estate to Mexico