In a diplomatic note, Mexico said the funding interferes in domestic affairs.
A community starts to return to normal as the pandemic continues to rage across the rest of the South American country.
Eight days of protests have left 25 people dead, a major city cut?off from food supplies and Colombia’s conservative government scrambling to assert control as it fights the country’s worst Covid-19 surge.
The disaster involved the capital city’s newest subway line, which has a history of problems including deterioration of rails, earthquake damage and a lack of maintenance.
An elevated section of the Mexico City subway collapsed in the southeast of Mexico’s capital, causing several train cars to plunge into the street below.
Health agency Anvisa said it has serious doubts about the safety and efficacy of the Russian shot and defended its decision to block its use in Brazil, saying Russia lacks vaccine experience and was defensive in its responses to the agency.
Employees known as the Citgo Six were sentenced to lengthy prison terms in November.
Countries that recently controlled the spread of Covid-19 are now seeing surging hospitalizations and deaths from the P.1 coronavirus variant.
Health regulators refused to give emergency approval for imports of Sputnik V shots, citing what they said was a lack of consistent and reliable data on quality control, safety and efficacy.
Mexico approved a controversial bill extending the term of the chief justice of the Supreme Court, a measure critics see as the latest move by the government of President López Obrador to interfere in the judiciary.
President?Jair Bolsonaro’s proposition comes as Brazil seeks support from the U.S. to curtail deforestation in the world’s biggest rainforest.
The country vaccinated at a record clip with shots developed by China’s Sinovac, then cases and deaths rose. Health experts say the country dropped precautions too soon.
The leader of Cuba’s Communist Party said he is stepping down, leaving behind a demoralized country as it struggles with growing food shortages and rising discontent.
The two candidates who emerged from the first round of voting have stirred concern in an establishment badly shaken by the recent ouster of presidents, corruption scandals and protests.
Ecuador elected a conservative former banker and supporter of free-market policies as president over his populist opponent, setting the country on a pro-business path.
Children from a remote Colombian town who were recruited by a cocaine-trafficking rebel group lost their lives when the nation’s military bombed the jungle camp where they were hiding.
Trial evidence showed that Juan Antonio ‘Tony’ Hernández had smuggled some 185 tons of cocaine to the U.S.
Heads of the army, navy and air force resigned, rocking the nation’s right-wing government as public fury builds over President Jair Bolsonaro’s inability to contain Covid-19.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro unveiled a deep cabinet reshuffle as his administration comes under intense pressure with Covid-19 raging out of control in the country, killing more than a hundred Brazilians an hour.
A potential takeover of operations run by private businesses is the latest effort to curtail the opening of the energy industry to foreign investors.