AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean

AP PHOTOS: Anti-government protests convulse Ecuador, Haiti's economy paralyzed by weeks of demonstrations, former Colombian president questioned over witness-tampering allegations

This photo gallery highlights some of the top news images made by Associated Press photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean that were published in the past week.

Anti-government protests convulsed Ecuador, with indigenous groups, union activists and others blocking roads and clashing with police after fuel prices jumped with the end of government subsidies.

Haiti's economy was paralyzed after weeks of street protests by demonstrators demanding that President Jovenel Moïse leave office.

In Colombia, powerful former President Alvaro Uribe appeared before the Supreme Court for questioning in a case involving alleged witness tampering that could potentially cast a dark shadow over his legacy.

Thousands lined major boulevards in Mexico City to catch a glimpse of the hearse bearing the ashes of singer José José, who was memorialized in a tribute at the majestic Palace of Fine Arts and a Mass at one of Latin America's most important Roman Catholic shrines.

Former Dominican President Leonel Fernández contested his apparent defeat in a primary vote by the Dominican Republic's governing party to pick its presidential candidate.

Brazil's government failed to auction four oil fields near one of the nation's biggest coral reef systems.


Curated by photojournalist Moises Castillo in Guatemala City. On Twitter: https://twitter.com/moises1975 .