La Paz is full of smiling Zebras

They are the zebras of La Paz, a symbol that has become a heritage of the Bolivian city that seeks to raise awareness among pedestrians and drivers about safety for a better city.

Residente's Debut Solo Album

Residente's self-titled debut solo project arrives at No. 1 on Billboard's World Albums and Latin Album Sales charts with 3,000 copies sold in the week ending April 6.

April: Gabriela Mistral month!

Undoubtedly, one of the main figures in Chilean and Latin American literature; and the only Latin American female poet to win a Nobel Prize.

Almost 30 years ago and still unresolved

Forced disappearance has been a strategy of bad governments and is a systematic plan that has been in charge of dividing and causing terror to the victims that even today stay unresolved.

NOTAMIA on air

The news agency of indigenous and Afro-descendant women, was presented in Mexico with the objective of making visible the work of this group in Latin America and to promote communication between cultures.

Uruguay bets on education

There are 125 teenagers living in situations of social vulnerability that are part of Ánima, the technological high school Uruguayan project.

Lollapalooza Argentina

Since the start of Lollapalooza Argentina in 2014, there has been a major change in the mentality of regular festival-goers.

The O2 Announces First Latin Music Festival

Latin music stars Juan Luis Guerra, Juanes and David Bisbal and Colombian newcomer Sebastián Yatra are scheduled to perform at London arena The O2’s first Latin-focused festival.

“Killa” kills the expectations

The Ecuadorian feature film "Killa (before the moon comes out)", becomes the first in the country to narrate a story with the 50% of the dialogues in Quechua language.

The UNICAS of Peru

Peruvian peasants created the Union of Credit and Savings to make their daily lives easier.

Swapping coca for cacao

An option for getting away from the Colombian conflict is to change the kind of plantations to a peace kind one. 

Belize with Mayan history

A couple of months ago, a team of archaeologists at the University of California, San Diego, United States, had found a unique remnant in an archaeological site of Nim Li Punit (Belize) and the results of the studies are finally here.