Zika virus concern is warranted, but there is not a cogent enough reason to call off the Games besides it would not feel like an Olympic year without an extended prelude of doomsaying
More than twenty nobel peace prize winners will attend tomorrow the World Summit of Nobel Peace Prizes that will take place in this capital and celebrate the end of the conflict with the FARC-EP, news broadcast reported today.
“The lack of medicine. The shortage of food. The insecurity. [No] living wage for the people,” a 32-year-old truck driver said. “I prefer a six-to-seven-hour line to sign my name than a 15-to-16 hour line to buy Harina P.A.N.”
Ricardo Rosselló became the 12th governor of this Caribbean island earlier this month on the strength of one provocative idea: that the way out of a decades-long economic crisis involves adding a 51st star to the American flag.
ELN remains active, recruiting FARC deserters and co-opting areas relinquished by the FARC, including the Chocó, Santander and Arauca departments.
The oldest guerrilla in Latin American handed over their weapons but the citizens of Colombia don’t seem to be too thrilled
How are hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, and tsunamis related?
World Health Organization specialists have been meeting with the government and the Olympic Committee to develop a plan to control the situation.
Modification in precipitation patterns, deglaciation processes, and rising sea levels are some of the reasons why large urban centers represent great vulnerability
Haiti is preparing to take the reins
The water resources of the Silala River in the Atacama Desert, which flows down into Chile from springs in the Bolivian altiplano, have sparked new hostility between the two countries.
Authorities have declared water rationing in La Paz to be a permanent measure as the drought in Bolivia worsens. The three main dams that supply water to the city are almost dry.
Violent protests have broken out in Chile during the state-of-the-nation address by President Michelle Bachelet.
In the wake of the recent summit in Miami, Vice President Pence appears to be taking the reins on the United States relations when it comes to its neighbors south of the border.
Despite the results, the fight continues
Venezuela is convulsing from hunger. With delivery trucks under constant attack, the nation’s food is now transported under armed guard. The nation is anxiously searching for ways to feed itself.
Venezuela’s stunning economic collapse — going from one of the hemisphere’s most prosperous countries to the region’s basket case — is starting to have ripple effects in neighboring nations.
Thousands of people have crossed to Colombia after Venezuela opened their common border to allow its people to buy food and medicine, officials say.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez and her Colombian counterpart, Maria Angela Holguin, met on Thursday at the Foreign Ministry in Caracas to evaluate the situation along their mutual border.
About 500 Venezuelan women in search of food have broken through border controls separating the western state of Tachira from neighbouring Colombia.
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