Argentina's navy called off the search for the ARA San Juan 15 days after the submarine went missing with 44 crew members on board.
Guatemala was one of nine nations that voted with the United States and Israel when the UN General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a non-binding resolution denouncing Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
After taking office in 2012, President Enrique Pena Nieto pledged to curb gang violence but the official data proves it has not had any effect.
Families reunite on the festive occasion and decorate the Christmas tree with colourful twinkling lights.
The bodies of Clara, a fitness instructor, along with eight-year-old Karina and Yesenia, 7, were found in the family's Kelowna home in British Columbia.
IBTimes UK rounds up the year's best animal photos, from baby elephants and polar bear cubs to cheeky squirrels and pampered pet dogs.
The glittery event showing Santa riding his sleigh to distribute gifts to children will be broadcast live on winter wonderland Rovaniemi's official Facebook page.
President Raul Castro announced he plans to stay in office till April 2018 after Irma delayed the party's election process.
IBTimes UK asked 12 Getty Images photojournalists to choose their most memorable photo of the year and tell us the story behind the picture.
Local media reported that "narcomantas", or signs linked with drug gangs, were recovered from the crime scenes.
Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, 54, from Saltillo, Mexico, has a 18.9 inch penis but has refused to get a reduction as he may embark on a career in the porn industry.
Canadian TV present shoots mountain lion and mocks animal rights activists on social media before uploading images of lion's organs.
Felix-Felix is accused of managing shipments of tonnes of cocaine and laundering millions of dollars for the Sinaloa cartel.
The daughter of an elderly couple wrote that she was suddenly told her elderly parents would be put into separate care homes - she wanted them to stay together for Christmas.
The toddler, from the Mbya Guarani people, who live across Brazil and Argentina, was reported to be begging for money along with other children in the city of Posados.