Americas

World

Kerry asks Colombian war victims for their help

Secretary of States John Kerry promised a group of victims from Colombia’s 50 year conflict with leftist rebels that the United States is committed to continuing to help. Kerry is in Colombia today to meet with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and attend the peace agreement signing ceremony for the historic accord between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

World

El Salvador credits U.S. for drop in homicides there

One of the most violent nations in the world credited the United States with helping improve security and cut homicides by 50 percent this year. The president of El Salvador, Salvador Sánchez Cerén, shared the progress with Vice President Joe Biden at a Sept. 23 security and migration forum with the presidents of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala at the Inter-American Development Bank.

Cuba on Twitter

Videos

The tragedy of the latest Haitian migration trend

A Haitian-American activist who has helped more than 3,000 migrants since May talks about the tragic stories behind their treacherous journey.
Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com
The tragedy of the latest Haitian migration trend 2:30

The tragedy of the latest Haitian migration trend

Haitians face tumultuous journey from Brazil to U.S. border 2:46

Haitians face tumultuous journey from Brazil to U.S. border

Haitian migrant in Brazil longs for home 1:58

Haitian migrant in Brazil longs for home

The tragedy of the latest Haitian migration trend 2:19

The tragedy of the latest Haitian migration trend