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Piedad Córdoba and caution tapes

Latin America in Short: Piedad Córdoba Arrested | New Massacre in Texas

This week in Honduras, Colombian senator Piedad Córdoba was arrested with undeclared money. In global news, a new massacre in Texas took place and left several victims. This and more summarized here

Mom talking with her son on bed

Success and Failure, Necessary Topics of Conversation With Children

Parents can help their kids maintain motivation and ultimately become successful by teaching them how to handle failure.

Blanche Muriel Bristol, Olivia Medina and cup of tea

Worldwide Women Experts in Tea Preparation

Meet at The Woman Post women experts in the art of brewing tea.

Great Wall of China

What Do We Know About Ancient China: Interesting Facts

The civilization of ancient China has long been a mystery. Ancient China was separated from the rest of Eurasia by huge natural barriers: dry steppes and hot deserts, the highest mountain system in the Himalayas, and the highest plateau – the Tibetan

Expectation vs reality of hamburger

Are We Victims of Misleading Advertising?

Today, more than ever, our purchases are influenced by images published on web portals, advertising banners, and digital applications. But one wonders how real they are in reference to what we actually buy.

Police officers outside a supermarket after a shooting

What is the Great Replacement? The Racist Conspiracy Theory that Claims Lives in the United States

There are many conspiracy theories in the USA. The Great Replacement is one of these and one of the most dangerous. Several racist attacks in North America are related to this idea

Woman showing a green scarf during a Women's Mobilization

The Green Scarf: Latin American Feminism Crossing Borders

The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Justice against the ruling on the right to abortion in the United States was rejected by thousands of women who took to the streets with a familiar symbol for Latin America: the green scarf. This is how feminism in Latin America is impacting the world.

Daniel Ortega and the United States Flag on Wall Street

Latin America in Short: Nicaragua in Political Crisis | Wall Street Crash

This week there has been a big Wall Street crash, the worst in years. As for Latin America, Nicaragua is still in a political crisis given Daniel Ortega's persecution of his opponents. This and more summarized here

NATO members during a summit

NATO Grows and Russia Is Increasingly Surrounded

With the announcement of the possible inclusion of Sweden and Finland in NATO, Russia is increasingly surrounded

mother carrying her son

The Art of Materning Yourself To Be a Better Mother

When we are mothers, the vast majority of us have a common question: How to be a better mother? If you don't know how to mother yourself, you won't be able to be a good mother to your children.

Couple talking to each other

Your Partner Doesn't Want Children?

Starting in the 1960s, couples' desire to have children has changed, like life, career, and achievement expectations revolve around other aspects of life.

Family ranking leaves

Gender Equality Begins at Home

The distribution of tasks and responsibilities at home and the various activities and games families perform with children profoundly impact how they learn (or not) the notions of gender equity.

woman in afghanistan

Women in Afghanistan: Forgotten By The Rest Of The World

With the recent order by the Taliban that women must cover their faces in public areas, we are once again asking ourselves what is the panorama that women in Afghanistan must face

Drought zone and Daniel Quintero

Latin America in Short: COP15 Kicks Off | Daniel Quintero, Mayor of Medellín, Is Suspended

This Thursday Daniel Quintero, mayor of Medellín, was suspended from office for political participation in the Colombian presidential elections. On the other hand, this week the COP15 began in the Ivory Coast. These and more relevant news summarized here