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Concerns as Mexico moves to begin multibillion-dollar rail system [Video]Concerns as Mexico moves to begin multibillion-dollar rail system

Critics warn of the potential negative effects the project could have on indigenous communities and on kilometres of the pristine tropical jungle.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:33

Bid to impeach Chile's Pinera over protest handling rejected [Video]Bid to impeach Chile's Pinera over protest handling rejected

Legislators toss out motion, saying that it did not meet the Constitutional threshold for removing a president.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:24

Chile security forces accused of grave rights abuses [Video]Chile security forces accused of grave rights abuses

The Chilean government has been accused of failing to stop human rights abuses by security forces as they crack down on protests.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:31

Director Karim Aïnouz Has A Conversation About His Amazon Original Film, "Invisible Life" [Video]Director Karim Aïnouz Has A Conversation About His Amazon Original Film, "Invisible Life"

Rio de Janeiro, 1950. Eurídice and Guida are two inseparable sisters living at home with their conservative parents. In a dramatic turn, they are separated by their father and forced to live apart. They take control of their separate destinies, while..

AOL Build VOD -   28:36

Making A Melodramatic Film Like “Invisible Life” Felt Like Composing Music To Karim Aïnouz [Video]Making A Melodramatic Film Like “Invisible Life” Felt Like Composing Music To Karim Aïnouz

Being raised on soap operas in Brazil, “Invisible Life” director Karim Aïnouz felt prepared to take the risks necessary to pull off his latest melodramatic film.

AOL Build VOD -   02:42

Year 2019 to be Mexico's most violent on record [Video]Year 2019 to be Mexico's most violent on record

Promises made by President AMLO to curb the spiralling violence have so far failed, leaving grieving families to pick up the pieces.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:32

Bolivia lithium: Industry business hit by political crisis [Video]Bolivia lithium: Industry business hit by political crisis

A boom or a burden? Bolivia's struggle to make the most of its valuable lithium reserves.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:48

Bolivia: Tense calm under interim government [Video]Bolivia: Tense calm under interim government

Bolivia is in limbo as it struggles to find a way forward after weeks of political turmoil.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:41

A Rapist in Your Path’: Chile’s women protest abuse [Video]A Rapist in Your Path’: Chile’s women protest abuse

Women over 40 are joining the protest started by younger Chileans to protest violence against women by men.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:23

Chile protests: Experts say tear gas poses serious harm [Video]Chile protests: Experts say tear gas poses serious harm

Chemical agent is similar to spraying water with bicarbonate of soda in eyes of protestors.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:38

HIV Vaccine Might Be Available in 2021 [Video]HIV Vaccine Might Be Available in 2021

Scientists describe the current possibility of an HIV vaccine as “perhaps one of the most optimistic moments we have been in" since 1984.

Cover Video STUDIO -   01:28

Mexico homicide rate: 127 deaths reported in single day [Video]Mexico homicide rate: 127 deaths reported in single day

A fierce gunfight between a drug cartel and security forces drives up death toll on what has become Mexico's worst day in history for homicides.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   06:59

Pots and pans 'cacerolazo' protests echo across Latin America [Video]Pots and pans 'cacerolazo' protests echo across Latin America

Thousands in nearly a dozen countries bang pots and pans in unified protest against governments across the region.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:59

AMLO's first year: Concern over security and economy looms [Video]AMLO's first year: Concern over security and economy looms

A year into his administration, his successes are being overshadowed by gang violence, a persistent issue in Mexico.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:06

Mexican President Says They Will Handle Country issues Without Intervention [Video]Mexican President Says They Will Handle Country issues Without Intervention

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said they will not accept intervention from abroad. Lopez said his government will deliver justice to the victims of organized crime in Mexico. According to Reuters, there have been recent outbreaks of..

Wochit News -   00:32

Chile's cacerolazos movement [Video]Chile's cacerolazos movement

Banging pots and pans became famous in Chile in 1971, when opponents of the left-wing government of President Salvador Allende came out to protest food shortages and rationing.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:30

Suriname president convicted of murder in 1982 executions [Video]Suriname president convicted of murder in 1982 executions

Desi Bouterse found guilty of killing 15 political opponents in 1982, two years after he seized power in a coup.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   01:48

Suriname President Bouterse sentenced to 20 years for killings [Video]Suriname President Bouterse sentenced to 20 years for killings

Desi Bouterse found guilty of killing 15 political opponents in 1982, two years after he seized power in a coup.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   04:58

Mexico registers record number of homicides [Video]Mexico registers record number of homicides

Many accuse president of failing to fulfill promises to end violence plaguing the country.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:27

Bolivia politics: New US ambassador appointed [Video]Bolivia politics: New US ambassador appointed

Bolivia appoints new US ambassador, move that could reset the country's foreign policy agenda.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:49

Centre-right National Party candidate wins Uruguay election [Video]Centre-right National Party candidate wins Uruguay election

Luis Lacalle Pou set to become president, ending 15 years of left-leaning government.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:06

Bolivia's interim government appoints first US envoy in 11 years [Video]Bolivia's interim government appoints first US envoy in 11 years

Walter Serrate Cuellar's appointment comes as the new government moves to reset the country's foreign policy.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:35

Mexico says no 'interventionism' over US plans to target cartels [Video]Mexico says no 'interventionism' over US plans to target cartels

Mexico says it will defend its sovereignty after Trump said drug cartels will be designated as 'terrorists'.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:34

'Enough is enough': Protests continue into 7th day in Colombia [Video]'Enough is enough': Protests continue into 7th day in Colombia

Anti-government demonstrations continue as protesters commemorate the death of a teenager killed by a police projectile

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:41

Homemade explosive detonates in Colombia protests [Video]Homemade explosive detonates in Colombia protests

A police officer was seriously injured when a homemade explosive device detonated near his head during protests in Colombian on Tuesday. Michelle Hennessy reports.

Reuters Studio -   01:20

HRW calls for urgent police reform in Chile to address abuses [Video]HRW calls for urgent police reform in Chile to address abuses

Human Rights Watch finds Chilean police committed 'serious human rights violations' during weeks-long unrest.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:48

Bolivia unrest: Interim president signs election law [Video]Bolivia unrest: Interim president signs election law

Interim President Anez enacted the bill to call elections in Bolivia after weeks of nationwide turmoil.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:07

Girl Drops Phone When Co-Worker Sneaks Into Room and Shouts [Video]Girl Drops Phone When Co-Worker Sneaks Into Room and Shouts

These women were busy at their work stations when one of their coworkers decided to scare them. She opened the door of the room quietly, and shouted "boo." All of them jumped in their seats. One of them dropped their phone, which flipped in the air..

Jukin Media -   00:06

Chile unrest: Graffiti used to express rage [Video]Chile unrest: Graffiti used to express rage

Al Jazeera looks at some of the ways Chileans are protesting against the government.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:51

Colombia protesters defy curfew as anti-gov't rallies continue [Video]Colombia protesters defy curfew as anti-gov't rallies continue

Fresh demonstrations come day after hundreds of thousands protested across country in mass rallies that left three dead.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:30

Bolivia Congress agrees to pass bill for new elections [Video]Bolivia Congress agrees to pass bill for new elections

Many hope the move will ease tensions that have left at least 32 people dead, as prosecutors launch an investigation into former president Evo Morales.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:40

Latin America protest wave crashes into Colombia [Video]Latin America protest wave crashes into Colombia

Latin America protest wave crashes into Colombia

Euronews English -   00:43

'Referendum on Duque': Thousands march against Colombia president [Video]'Referendum on Duque': Thousands march against Colombia president

Indigenous groups, students and labour unions rally against the right-wing government of Ivan Duque.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:28

Bolivia unrest: Police disperse funeral protest with tear gas [Video]Bolivia unrest: Police disperse funeral protest with tear gas

Police fire tear gas at thousands of anti-government supporters attending funeral of eight killed in El Alto.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:34

Amnesty: 22 killed, 2,000 injured in Chile's protest crackdown [Video]Amnesty: 22 killed, 2,000 injured in Chile's protest crackdown

Amnesty International has published a report detailing a range of human rights abuses in Chile since protests started a month ago.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:05

Chile protests: New symbol calls attention to indigenous [Video]Chile protests: New symbol calls attention to indigenous

As unrest continues to grip cities across Chile, a symbol has emerged, calling attention to the country’s indigenous communities.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:03

Bolivia unrest: At least eight killed in clashes [Video]Bolivia unrest: At least eight killed in clashes

Morales' supporters blame interim gov't of President Anez as security forces quell blockade at El Alto fuel plant.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:41

Cathedral siege ends as UN urges Nicaragua to end repression [Video]Cathedral siege ends as UN urges Nicaragua to end repression

Protesters in Managua able to leave a day after government supporters break into building in a bid to dislodge them.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   01:52

Uber To Begin Recording Trip Audio For Safety [Video]Uber To Begin Recording Trip Audio For Safety

Uber plans to begin recording audio during trips in order to increase safety. They plan to test it in Latin America in December. This move comes after several high-profile assault scandals and growing safety concerns.

CBS2 LA -   00:29

Uber Will Audio-Record US Rides in Response to Safety Concerns [Video]Uber Will Audio-Record US Rides in Response to Safety Concerns

Uber Will Audio-Record US Rides in Response to Safety Concerns. The new feature is set for a pilot test next month in unspecified Latin American cities. When the trip ends, the user will be asked if everything is okay and be able to report a safety..

Wibbitz Studio -   01:01

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