A group of 50 self proclaimed, "rebel students" on September 12 attacked the Santiago offices of the Chilean Communist Party's (CP) Central Committee.
A new U.S. Department of Justice report sharply criticizes the Puerto Rican Police Department for brutality, racism, corruption and violations of constitutional rights.
Nepal elected Maoist Baburam Bhattarai Prime Minister following the brief administration Jhalanath Khanal, who resigned after failing to advance a peace process and new constitution.
New legislation could end up sending members of the country's Communist Party and other leftists to prison for up to three years because of their beliefs and speech.
Raising the dead with dopamine: An American doctor, graduate of Cuba's Latin American School of Medicine, devotes his residency to healing the people of Haiti.
In Colombia, wholesale murder and impunity go hand in hand.
Raul Castro gave a generally upbeat report on economic and other progress, but sharply criticized the tendency of some officials to allow old habits to become obstacles to change.
Accused of rounding up money for the FARC, Manuel Olate was detained for three months as a first step to extradition.
The only thing that is certain is that Greek workers will take a hit and there will be intensified class struggle in the months to come.
Red flags will fly as a challenge to those in the Ukrainian parliament who have sought to impose a legal ban on symbols of the Soviet period.