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Colombia: Why do the indigenous people of Cauca protest?
For more than 10 days, the protest of the indigenous people of Cauca, in Colombia, has generated a social and humanitarian crisis that apparently ...
ABC to understand JEP's situation
On March 10, Colombian President Ivan Duque objected to the Statutory Law of the JEP, what will happen now?
Glyphosate: an atrocity for Latin America
The use of glyphosate again causes controversy and terror in several Latin American countries
Paraguay and Brazil: together in favor of Guaidó
In addition to talking about binational issues, Presidents Mario Abdo Benítez and Jair Bolsonaro confirmed their efforts to "restore democ...
Venezuela: Will the second investigation against Guaidó be relevant?
The General Prosecutor's Office of the Constituent Assembly in Venezuela opened an investigation process against Juan Guaidó as allegedly r...
UN: "Without women in politics, human rights and peace would be at risk"
In the framework of the celebration of the 63rd edition of the Commission on the Status of Women, women united to promote equality
Peru: Vizcarra and his new cabinet
Last Monday, the Peruvian president Martin Vizcarra presented his new cabinet of ministers
Illegal mining and criminal groups: another problem in Venezuela
While Venezuela's problems are handled from the capital, the borders hide much more serious situations
Mexico: how is AMLO's government going?
The first three months of the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador are completed. How has the Mexican president performed?
Nicaragua: opposition puts a halt to negotiations
Although Daniel Ortega agreed to engage in talks with the opposition, the dialogues do not seem to be moving
"National Alarm" in Venezuela
In the middle of one of the longest blackouts and a crisis due to lack of water, interim president Juan Guaidó declared the national alarm
Iván Duque and the polemic decisions against JEP
On Sunday night, Colombian President Iván Duque ruled on the Statutory Law of the JEP
Russia to the rescue! Venezuela will be safe from USA
Before a possible US military intervention in Venezuela, Russia will act firmly and without hesitation to support and defend the South American countr...
How do the institutions in charge of closing the gender gap are standing?
In the midst of the struggle to reduce the inequality gap between men and women, a study revealed the role of some institutions in the region
What's coming for Venezuela
After the impediment of the entry of humanitarian aid and the return of Juan Guaidó to Venezuela, what's next for that country?
Chaos in Venezuela: blackout and mass marches
Nicolás Maduro and Juan Guaidó called their followers to mobilize today in the capital and other cities amid the strong blackout that le...
Another blow to Chavismo: Chávez's daughter would be deported
Of the thousands of requests that can be found on the website of the White House, there is one in particular that draws attention
Venezuela sinks into darkness
As a result of the problems of the main hydroelectric power plant in the country, Venezuela has suffered a major blackout
Latin America: 4 women who sweep in politics
Who said that high positions in politics were reserved only for men? In LatinAmerican Post we show you the most influential women in the reg...
Paraguay: the US Army has arrived
Before an extraordinary session, the Chamber of Senators approved the US military stay in Paraguayan territory
What the arrival of Juan Guaidó to Venezuela left
After finishing his tour on South America, the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, managed to enter the country
Nicaragua: Can Ortega solve the crisis?
Since last Wednesday, President Daniel Ortega is in a dialogue table trying to mediate the crisis
Discover the 5 best countries in Latin America
A list revealed the best countries in the world, which are the best in our region?
PROSUR to the detriment of Latin American regional integration
PROSUR will function as the OAS right-hand man and assist in the disappearance of the strength of regional integration
Venezuela: How much can Cuba lose with the political crisis in the Bolivarian country?
Chavist government's overthrowing in Venezuela would be a cataclysm for the island, since the Cuban government has been the main ally of the Venez...
Latin America: sexist violence is still common among young people
Destroying prejudices and stigmas about women is one of feminism's goals to reduce gender violence in the region
The Venezuelan crisis and the meeting of the Lima Group
In response to the weekend, the Lima Group met in Bogotá to discuss the Venezuelan situation
Absurd measures: Venezuela says goodbye to Colombia
In the middle of the chaotic day of Saturday Nicolás Maduro decided to break relations with Colombia, what repercussions will there be?
Brazil: Jair Bolsonaro faces his first government crisis
A corruption scandal, derived from the alleged irregular financing of his party in 2018, generated the first crisis of Jair Bolsonaro's ...
Venezuela: What happened with the humanitarian aid and what is the country's future?
14 dead, almost 300 injured and a panorama of more scarcity for its citizens suggest a possible military intervention
Jorge Ramos was arbitrarily detained in Venezuela
According to Univisión, the group of six journalists was held at the Miraflores Palace on the orders of Nicolás Maduro
Venezuela: chaos and desertions mark the day
The attempt to enter humanitarian aid through different frontiers, more than a dozen military deserters and the #VenezuelaAidLive Concert stand out am...
Monaco Building: the last great symbol of drug trafficking?
The implosion of Pablo Escobar's former home destroyed with it a long history of terror in Medellín, a city that tries to promote...
Empower teenage mothers!
Policies to combat adolescent pregnancy have focused on prevention, leaving without tools those who are already mothers
Cultural change: the way to stop feminicides
According to UN Women, it is necessary to make a cultural change so that feminicide rates decrease
Venezuela: 4 important situations that you have to know about
The taking of an embassy, two disobedient soldiers, detention on the road and a closed border are some things that happened in Venezuela
Maduro counterattacks: what you should know about humanitarian aid
As a response to the massive arrival of shipments full of food and medicine, Maduro announced the arrival of humanitarian aid from Russia
Mexico: the refuge of Central American migrants
The arrival of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to power has taken a turn to the Mexican immigration policy that has mainly benefited Central...
Haiti: massive marches against President Jovenel Moïse
Since February 7, Haitian citizens have taken to the streets demanding the resignation of the president. What are the reasons?
Venezuela: decisive week for humanitarian aid
This week will be determinant for the entry of humanitarian aid to Venezuela, while Maduro puts his government's decision to the test
Where are they? New plan would solve disappeared Mexicans' case
The Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has launched a plan that seeks to resolve the situation of 70,000 cases related to f...
Why has not Italy recognized Guaidó as interim president?
Despite the divisions in the government over the Venezuelan situation, Italy declared that the country should have free presidential elections
Haiti sinks in political instability
The political instability in Haiti has plunged that country into a crisis that has already completed a little over a week
Iván Duque and his visit to the United States
During Duque's visit to Trump, apart from the central issues, the possibility of a military intervention in Colombia was raised
Brazil: find out why Lula is plummeting
Former President Lula da Silva was found guilty by the Brazilian justice on charges of corruption and money laundering. He was sentenced to 12 years a...
Bogota's city hall: these are Diego Molano's proposals
LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak exclusively with the pre-candidate of the Democratic Center political party for Bogota's city hall...
Bolivia: Will the opposition be able to stop Evo Morales?
The community goes to the OAS and the IACHR to avoid the re-election of the president of Bolivia
Nayib Bukele: will his scandals affect his presidency?
Salvadorean president-elect already had his first scandal and will be taken to trial
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