Jose Miguel Insulza, Secretary General for the Organization of American States leads a Corporate Democracy Seminar in Washington
Jose Miguel Insulza, Secretary General for the Organization of American States, participates in a seminar titled, "Corporate Democracy Seminar: The Role of the Private Sector and Other Actions in Supporting Democracy," hosted by the Organization of American States in Washington, April 18, 2011. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
Sony Pictures Television and Teleset say they are working on a small-screen adaptation of the hit U.S. drama "Breaking Bad" for Latin American audiences.
The Mexican government says 26,121 people have disappeared in the past six years amid a surge in violence as the country cracked down on drug cartels.
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Security forces in Mexico have participated in the disappearances of hundreds of people from 2006-12, Human Rights Watch said.
A Philippine court issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, her husband Jose Miguel and two former government officials.
Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was recovering from surgery to remove an infected cervical spine implant, officials said.
Women in Argentina face a "lottery" when they seek access to contraception and sterilization, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
Jamaica must hold an independent investigation of killings by police and soldiers during a drug operation in Kingston, a rights group said Friday.
The crisis in Honduras forced the head of the Organization of American States to cancel his appearance at the Americas Conference in Florida, officials said.
Deposed Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya says he returned to the country Monday for the first time since his June 28 arrest and deportation.