Major communication campaigns have been launched in countries like Honduras and El Salvador to report on the risks and dangers of irregular migration.
The 46th Organization of American States General Assembly opened on Tuesday with the focus on Venezuela’s political crisis and the dire financial condition of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, or IACHR.
Police hit by Rio de Janeiro’s cash crisis have threatened to strike during the Olympics, warning tourists that they are at risk in the city as officers and firefighters are not being paid.
The Death Caravan was the name of a military operation that killed almost 100 political prisoners in Chile beginning on Sept. 30, 1973.
Fidel Castro´s Death, Obama's Visit, the economic world looking at the island are some of 2016's news in Cuba
Protest follows complaints by women’s groups of lenient sentences given to perpetrators in recent cases
Argentina has nominated its foreign minister, Susana Malcorra, for U.N. secretary general. The former U.N. chief of staff is highly qualified for the job, but faces uphill battle against Eastern European candidates
The migrant attitude is “hurry, hurry, hurry, get there,” as Trump says he wants to build a wall. They want to get over before he builds it
Venezuela’s Supreme Court (TSJ) struck down an amnesty law that would have helped free jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez and several other political prisoners Monday afternoon.
The newly elected presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Peru have new political plans that may mark a shift to the right in Latin America.
Organizers urge women to stop work and other activities for an hour in Wednesday ‘women’s strike’ following rape and torture of a 16-year-old girl
Argentina recently emerged from nearly 15 years of the most litigious sovereign default in modern times, if not ever. Now it has the opportunity to reenter the global financial system and build a more stable and prosperous future.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon began Monday his official visit to Argentina with a speech in which said the principal objectives of his work are achieving gender equality and doing something about climate change
From Southeast Asia to Latin America, past conflicts -- conflicts that once consumed the world's attention -- have been overcome. Today's will be as well.
Rights groups condemn opposition proposal to put sentences for abortion on a par with penalty for aggravated murder with extreme cruelty. the newly aproved abortion law change could leave women facing 50 years in jail
Former president Álvaro Uribe, had called for a signature-collecting campaign of “civil resistance” to the government of President Juan Manuel Santos
Bolivia appears to have been spared the worst effects of a fall in international commodity prices as it announced economic growth of 4.9 percent in the first four months of the year.
Bolivia curbed coca production by moving away from violent crackdowns. Bolivia is the world’s third largest producer of cocaine, a drug manufactured from coca leaf – which is central to Andean culture.
Puerto Santander, unregulated border town on the Venezuela-Colombia border where people get what they need and get out.
Carnival starts this friday but the holiday provides no respite from economic and political woes as the economic slide continues and President Rousseff inpeachment is on the table, again.
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