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Theresa May resigns her position
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has resigned after not having reached an agreement for the Brexit
ETA: Josu Ternera and the last traces of the Basque terrorist group
One of the leaders of the terrorist organization ETA has been captured and that has awakened the memory of what was the extinct group of the Basque Country
Political persecution? New York Times journalist escaped Colombia after accusations
After accusations made in social networks by right-wing politicians, the journalist Nick Casey decided to leave the country for feeling threatened
Trump proposes a change in immigration policy
"Pro American, pro immigrant and pro worker": this will be, according to Trump, the new immigration system of the United States
False positives 2.0: Semana knew everything but censored it
La Silla Vacía reveals that Semana had the same investigation as The New York Times but decided to lock it up after talking to members of the government
Colombia and its 'institutional crisis'
The decision of the JEP not to extradite Jesus Santrich has led to what a political sector has called an "institutional crisis"
Story of an announced campaign: presentation of 'Sinceramente' in the FILBA
On May 9 was the presentation of Sinceramente by Cristina Fernandez de Kirschner on the FILBA and more than 20,000 people attended
Santrich: the protagonist of the week in Colombia
A tense week has been lived in Colombia for the different events related to the leader of the FARC Jesus Santrich and the issue surrounding his extradition
It's a fact! Gay marriage is legal in Taiwan
This Friday, the Taiwan parliament approved the marriage of same-sex couples. Here we give you all the details
Pompeo in Sochi: a disagreement with the Venezuelan situation and others
In disagreements because of Venezuela and Iran, and with a cooperative attitude towards the reactivation of relations, ended the visit of Mike Pompeo in Russia
Colombia: Mauricio Lezama is killed on the eve of a filming
On Thursday, May 9, filmmaker Mauricio Lezama was murdered in Arauca, Colombia. One more blow to activism in regions unprotected by the State
Brazil: increasingly closer to the legal bearing of weapons
The law of bearing arms in Brazil would allow people of 20 professions to access weapons as a method of self-defense
Julian Assange: between a rock and a hard place
After his expulsion from the Ecuadorian embassy, Assange is in the international focus with the reactivation of legal processes that may mean extradition
These are the political limits of the use of drones in Latin America
The United States is implementing drones to respond to 911 calls. This situation once again calls into question the limits of this technology
JEP and its decision to release Jesus Santrich
The decision of the JEP not to extradite Jesus Santrich has unleashed judicial chaos in Colombia, which has led to the resignation of the Attorney General of the Nation
YouTubers and social leaders: the new initiative of Daniel Samper
Through a song, Daniel Samper and other Colombian YouTubers seek to give voice to social leaders
What is screening and why does it benefit babies?
The Colombian Congress approved this procedure that looks for metabolic and genetic disorders in newborn babies
Brazil: Why has Bolsonaro declared war on diversity?
A commercial that included minorities has revived the struggle of the Brazilian president against diversity in his country
Latin America: a hostile territory for press freedom
Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil are three of the countries in the region where journalism and press freedom have the worst conditions
Venezuela: speculation and uncertainty
After the so-called Operación Libertad, much is speculated about the future of Venezuela and Nicolás Maduro, and the international community is a major factor
Confrontations in Gaza: the most lethal since 2014
With casualties on both sides, on Monday, May 6, a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel was launched after the clashes over the weekend
Thailand and its eccentric king figure
The coronation of the King of Thailand was a three-day celebration full of eccentricities. Do you know what the figure of the king in this Nation means?
What is Plan País, proposed by Juan Guaidó?
On April 23, Venezuela presented the so-called Plan País to the session of the Organization of American States. What is this plan about?
'Refuge for life': social leaders demand guarantees
The murders of social leaders in Colombia must stop. This was the slogan of thousands of human rights defenders who met in the capital
Cuba: balance of Diaz-Canel's first year in the presidency
It has been a year since the president took office under the promise to give continuity to the Revolution
"I am going to defend the interests of Panama and to make them respect", Laurentino Cortizo
By a small margin of difference, the Social Democratic opposition candidate won the elections with 33.08% compared to 31.06% of his competitor, Rómulo Roux
What Operación Libertad leaves so far
The last days, Venezuela has lived a few days of tension and, both official and opposition, have left to march in the different cities of the country
Peru: commited with women in politics
Last Friday, Maria Jara was appointed as Minister of Transportation, which made the Peruvian ministerial cabinet the first in its history with a majority of women
Brazil: Lula da Silva breaks his media silence
After a year of being in jail, the former president of Brazil gave an interview in which he criticizes and gives his point of view on the government of Bolsonaro
Leopoldo López is free: Is this the end of Maduro?
In a video published by Juan Guaidó, the opposition leader Leopoldo López is seen accompanied by armed soldiers in Venezuela's main base.
Spain: the new era of Pedro Sánchez
After 11 years, the socialist party won against the right. Pedro Sánchez is the new president of the Spanish Government
What is AMLO's solution to the devastating violence in Mexico?
Because of fuel theft, extortion and kidnapping, AMLO presented the strategy called the National Peace and Security Plan to combat armed groups
What the meeting between Kim and Putin left
After an unfruitful Hanoi summit, in which Kim Jong-un could not reach any agreement with Donald Trump, the North Korean leader met with Vladimir Putin
United States: Joe Biden begins to run for the presidency
This is the third time that former vice president, Joe Biden, has competed for the presidency. Several polls mark him as a favorite
Peru: an institutionality permeated by corruption
The preventive detention against Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (PPK) and the death of Alan García are one more link in the long chain of corruption of the Peruvian institutional system
'Change UK': the anti Brexit party
In the midst of tensions over Brexit, a new party has been created that hopes to hold the referendum against the departure of the United Kingdom
Brazil returns to migrate abroad
Migration in Brazil is changing since 2016 due to political and economic instability, and with the arrival of Bolsonaro to the presidency, it has increased
Independentism and Nationalism: what it is at stake in the Spanish elections
Next Sunday, April 28, Spaniards will vote at the polls for the new president of the government
Ukraine: comedy arrives to the presidency
After the elections on Sunday, the actor and comedian Vladimir Zelenski is the new president of Ukraine
Dominican Republic: the problem of denationalization and statelessness
The Dominican authorities have adopted a series of practices, norms and judicial decisions aimed at denationalizing Haitians and their descendants
The countries where children suffer most due to internal conflicts
Although they are too young to understand what is happening, the child population is the most affected by internal conflicts in their respective countries
Panama seeks to avoid voting for corruption
The upcoming May 5 elections in Panama are conditional on recent corruption scandals
Venezuela: lessons of the Rwandan genocide
Can Venezuela learn from what happened in Rwanda?
Sri Lanka: a series of attacks on Easter Sunday
On the day that Catholics celebrate Easter Sunday, there have been more than eight explosions in hotels and churches in Sri Lanka
5 countries that are legally fighting the fake news
After the victory of Trump in the last North American elections, the fake news caught the attention of governments scared by the spreading of false information
Peru: preventive detention for Pedro Pablo Kuczynksi
The Judicial Branch of Peru has issued 36 months of preventive detention for the former president in the middle of investigating his relationship with Odebrecht
World Democracy Index: 55% of the world has no real participation
In the ranking, Norway is positioned as the best democracy in the world, while socialist nations such as North Korea occupy the last positions
Is religion the key to building the happiness of a country?
Various studies and research have been conducted to show if there is a relation between religious beliefs and happiness
We spoke to Ángela Garzón, candidate for mayor of Bogotá
The LatinAmerican Post team had the opportunity to speak with the candidate from the party Centro Democrático about her proposals
Alán García dies after shooting himself
The former Peruvian president died on Wednesday morning after it became known that he would be arrested for alleged corruption offenses in the Odebrecht case
Not even jail stops them! 3 candidates who campaigned from jail
Who said that being in prison prevented you to be in an electoral campaign? Here in LatinAmerican Post we tell you more
The 5 most and least developed countries according to the HDI
The index measures, among other things, well-being, quality of life and freedom
Offside? 5 soccer players who could not get to politics
We have talked about those players who have dabbled in politics and hold important positions, but what about those who lose?
Latin America: how are their military forces?
The new security agendas in the region reflect the great challenges that Latin America currently has
Mike Pompeo: Is a military intervention approaching?
In the middle of his arrival at the Venezuelan border, the Secretary of State of the United States made strong statements. Is the end of Maduro near?
Closing the border: a goal shared by Nixon, Reagan, and Trump
Several times the US president has threatened to close the border with Mexico
Trump and his limited female cabinet
The constant changes in the Trump cabinet are becoming more common. However, this chaotic situation is compounded by the low participation of women
South Korea: the decision that benefits abortion
In a historic decision, the Constitutional Court of South Korea ordered the amendment of the abortion law
Elections in Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu goes for his fifth term
After a tight election, Netanyahu will continue in power after being ten years in it
#MeToo: these are the women who accuse Joe Bidden
Four women denounced the former US vice president for alleged sexual abuse actions against them
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