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

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

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

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

No more asylum: Julian Assange is arrested in London

On Thursday, April 11, the controversial founder of Wikileaks was arrested in London

Zuzana Caputova: the Slovak woman who defeated European populism

In unprecedented elections, Slovakia, a small democratic republic in Eastern Europe, elected the first woman president of the country

The war in Libya is about to explode

The country has been divided since the 2014 elections. In the wake of recent events, the tension is expected to increase

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