Cuba: This is what Miguel Díaz-Canel's international tour left

For eleven days, the Cuban president traveled across Asian to strengthen relations with several countries

Three countries where being a mom is ideal

Norway, Finland, and Uruguay are some of the ideal countries for moms. In LatinAmerican Post we tell you why

Trump visits France to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I

His arrival in Paris is due to the centenary of the end of the World War I. Despite the tense atmosphere among US and France leaders, both tried to dispel the misunderstandings


Maduro, Trump and Duque: The life before the presidency

One was a bus driver and another was a TV star. Certainly, the lives of these three leaders were very different before they arrived in politics

Threats and death: the high risk of being a journalist

At the annual meeting of the International Free Press Society (IFPS), it was requested greater protection for the journalist

George Weah: the president who is transforming Liberia

Building roads and declaring higher education free, are the changes being made by the former football player George Weah in Liberia

US Midterm elections: What is the scenery?

The results leave a divided Congress with a House of Representatives in the hands of the Democratic Party and a Senate with a Republican majority

What future awaits us if governments do not implement sustainable policies from now on?

WWF urges nations to take deeper political conservation measures to ensure the quality of life of the next generations

US Elections: These are the 3 women who could make history

The increase in female participation and the possible arrival of the first indigenous woman to the US Congress could mark historical events in the legislative elections of November 6

Santos, Mujica, and Obama: The life after the presidency

One is a teacher, others are activists, but all have dedicated themselves to enjoy life and spend time with their family

Angela Merkel: the first female chancellor announces her retirement

During 13 years, Merkel was in power as the German Chancellor, position she used to help solving several crises

Donald Trump: will the birthright come to an end?

The president of the United States would present a decree in which he would annul amendment 14 of the Constitution

Amazing! Former FARC combatants could be forest guides

Thanks to an initiative of the French government and other institutional bodies, ex-combatants from the FARC could become guides and forest guards

Netherlands: Leonne Zeegers received their passport as intersexual

This nation granted one of the few passports that exist in the world with intersexual gender