The Bolivian army fought against Che's Ñancahuazú Guerrila, which tried to overthrow the regime and establish a socialist state between 1966 and 1967.
The latest Atlantic hurricane is expected to make landfall on the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend.
The week's best photojournalism, from Las Vegas mass shooting and Catalonia independence referendum to Theresa May's Conservative Party Conference speech and a jaguar catching an anaconda.
Good Girls offers customers the chance to party with sex workers at beautiful South American locations. Their latest offer is an island tour for 30 guests and 60 girls.
Dozens of others have also been injured and are being treated for burns after the entire nursery school facility was reduced to ashes.
Police traced the women to an escape room, where people pay to solve puzzles that unlock the doors of a mock jail.
Gang spent $1.27m on building the tunnel, which was fitted out throughout with lights and wooden beams.
The woman was held in St Thomas, a suburban parish in Jamaica.
Charges against suspect behind vehicle and knife attacks include terrorism and attempted murder.
The man first rammed into an officer and stabbed him before running over four pedestrians during a pursuit.
Catt Gallinger says that the eye might heal but she is likely to lose her eyesight.
At least 21 people have suffered various symptoms in the attack.
The RPS has named four award winners in its 160th International Photography Exhibition, the world's longest running photographic exhibition.
The US territory of 3.4 million people has struggled through nine days with virtually no electricity and shortages of fuel and clean water in the wake of the most powerful storm to hit the island in nearly 90 years.
A 'curious case in Tampico'.
Venezuelan president asks the military to ready the "rifles, missiles and well-oiled tanks".
Archaeologists found the remains of nine men, all between the ages of 25 and 30, who were sacrificed as part of a Sican ritual.
Four suspects held following discovery of drugs factory in Jardim Avelino, Sao Paulo.
The storm-battered US island territory has struggled through days with virtually no electricity, and more misery could be on the way thanks to a dam that might fail at any moment.
Puerto Ricans are scambling for contact with the outside world - many still face silence.