Colombia had offered a reward of up to about $800,000 (3 billion pesos) for information concerning Otoniel's whereabouts, while the US government had put up a reward of $5 million for help locating him.
Troops sent to quell violence over distributing farming income in Serrinha reservation, a 12,000-hectare area in southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Senator leading probe into Covid handling recommends 13 criminal charges be brought against President Bolsonaro, including genocide against indigenous population for a series of actions that left their communities vulnerable to virus.
Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso mobilises police and troops in the streets as the South American country grapples with a surge in drug-related violence.
A top aide close to Venezuela's socialist government has been put on a flight from Cape Verde to the United States to face money laundering charges, a senior US official confirmed Saturday.
Austria-based environmental non-profit AllRise files a complaint with ICC, accusing Brazil's leader of "fuelling the mass destruction of the Amazon with his eyes wide open and in full knowledge of the consequences."
Chile deploys troops to two southern regions after clashes between security forces and Mapuche indigenous people, who seek restoration of their ancestral lands and self-determination.
Austrian environmental justice campaigners have filed a criminal report against Brazil’s president at the Hague court for his alleged role in the destruction of the Amazon.
Peru has suffered years of political upheaval and a series of corruption scandals saw three different presidents in office in a single week last November.
Ecuadorian authorities report fresh clashes in Guayaquil prison days after the country's deadly riots in the same jail that killed 118 inmates.
In recent months, protests led by leftist movements have demanded Bolsonaro's impeachment due to his mismanagement of the pandemic. But Saturday's demonstrations were also against a hike in food and fuel prices.
It is the third banknote reform in 13 years, with a staggering 14 zeroes shed since 2008, giving Venezuela the dubious distinction of becoming the first South American country to have lopped the most zeroes off its currency.
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