Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s capital Caracas was once one of the world’s wealthiest cities. Today the country is deep in recession. It has the world’s highest inflation and there are widespread food shortages.
A collision between a bus and a lorry in Honduras on Sunday (February 5) has left at least 23 people dead and 39 injured, according to the EFE news agency.
Oh là là! A French beauty has been crowned Miss Universe at a glittering ceremony in the Philippines.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus said on Saturday it will cease performances after 146 years in business, owing to what it said were declining tickets sales and high operating costs.
As fighting goes on between ISIL militants and Iraqi soldiers in the city of Mosul, many people in eastern districts recaptured by government forces are attempting to return to some kind of normal daily life.
Sao Paulo (Brazil) - A gunman has stormed a New Year’s party at a house in Brazil, killing eleven people including his ex-wife and eight-year-old son.
A historical reconstruction held at a Taiwanese school has caused an international outcry after students marched as Nazis complete with cardboard panzer in a Christmas parade.
Mexican authorities have found the remains of dozens of people in a series of clandestine graves in the restive southwestern state of Guerrero, the impoverished southwestern state where 43 trainee teachers went missing in 2014.