The government will scrap a fuel tax to allow negotiations with lorry drivers for the next 15 days.
The old cinema was being refurbished when it collapsed, and more victims may be beneath the rubble.
The state oil company, Petrobras, cuts prices by 10% to facilitate talks with striking lorry drivers.
Portraits of 11 women that form part of an exhibition by photographer Jim Grover on the Windrush generation.
A former CIA agent, Luis Posada Carriles spent his life trying to bring down the Castro government.
Wilhelm Wabnegg went missing on 2 May in the dense forests of a national park in northern Paraguay.
All on board survived the crash landing of the chartered jet flying from Texas to Honduras.
Colombia's Paz FC was created to bring together people on opposing sides of the armed conflict.
President Maduro announces the expulsion as his victory in Sunday's election is announced.
A gay Chilean man invited to the Vatican says Pope Francis told him: "God made you this way".
With little hope of the country emerging from its economic crisis, many are packing up and leaving.
The country's president orders the case to be reopened after receiving Israeli intelligence.
From border patrol interrogations to ranting customers, language and immigration take centre stage.
The official death toll rises after 23-year-old Grettel Landrove dies of her injuries.
The progressive prisons rewarding inmates for studying and placing emphasis on rehabilitation.
Fourteen ambassadors are recalled and the US imposes new sanctions after Mr Maduro's re-election.
As President Maduro is re-elected, BBC News takes a closer look at the crisis rocking Venezuela.
President Nicolás Maduro secures a new term in an election marred by claims of vote rigging.
The language classes multi-millionaire who started out in business doing telesales via a public phone at an airport.
Births are banned on the remote island and the mother says she did not know she was pregnant.
Several prior complaints were made against the charter company behind a plane crash that killed 110.
The shop in Bogotá that offers men wanting to dress in women's clothes a safe haven.
Two days of national mourning are declared, after the crash near Havana killed more than 100 people.
More than 100 people have died in the crash near Havana but three women were pulled from the wreckage alive.
Two days of national mourning are declared, after the crash near Havana left only three survivors.
Boris Johnson to make the first visit by a British foreign secretary to Argentina for 25 years.
Venezuelans opposed to incumbent President Nicolás Maduro face an electoral dilemma.
They asked for forgiveness from victims of clerical sex abuse after meeting the Pope in Rome.
Social media has arrived in this tiny village. Can it bring good as well as bad?
It follows claims that $5m (£3.7m) was spent to protect the WikiLeaks founder at Ecuador's London embassy.