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?
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
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’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.
Is the South American nation ready to tackle the financial consequences that come with helping its neighbors?
The former vice-president, Aristóbulo Isturiz, said that the elections will be held on October 15th
The United Nations Population Fund revealed that the Caribbean country has a similar rate to Sub-Saharan Africa
The opposition, with this action, has created a parallel court despite various warnings from the government
Every day, the South American country is closer to complete isolation from the rest of the world
How the South American nation achieved social welfare without socialism
Research conducted by Rise University assured that the findings might be the reason why Latinos are under-represented in science careers within the country
In March 2017, a series of debates took place between Fecode and the Ministry of Education.
Bolivarian Alliance for the people of our America (ALBA) was born in Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela as a way of opposing the FTAA or Free Trade Area of the Americas.
Data reflects political facts and often envision their outcome
The United States wishes to involve Mexico in its plan to reform Central America in order to reduce the number of illegal migrants
Recently, American President Donald Trump announced that his government would be rolling back on the “one-sided deal” with the Cuban state.
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