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Gallery: Which Are the Countries that Spent More Time on the Internet per Day?

Waste of time or hyperconnectivity? 3 of the 5 countries in which the population spends more time on the Internet per day are Latin American

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Genocide Of the Yanomami People in Brazil: An Announced Tragedy Involving Bolsonaro

The Supreme Court of Brazil ordered the Prosecutor's Office to investigate members of the Government of Jair Bolsonaro to determine their responsibility in the genocide of the Yanomami people

Daniel Ortega

Nicaragua: This Is the Eccentric Restriction of Daniel Ortega to Stay in Power

Recently, the government of Daniel Ortega has restricted the use of audio and video equipment by tourists in order to regulate the content that is shared on social media and mass media about the conflict between the government and the protesters

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Why Doesn't the Peruvian Congress Want to Advance Elections?

The president, Dina Boluarte, asks the Peruvian Congress to advance the presidential elections to get out of the political crisis that the Andean country has been experiencing since the dismissal of Pedro Castillo

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The Countries With The Best And Worst Level Of English In Latin America

Broadly speaking, the region has improved its level of English, but one of the countries with the lowest level left us with a surprise.

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Sexual Harassment in Universities: What To Do And What Is Still Missing?

Last week, the appointment and then declination of academic Víctor De Currea-Lugo to the Colombian embassy in the United Arab Emirates fueled the feminist debate on sexual harassment in universities

Medellin Subway

Bogotá Metro: These Are the Other Metros in Latin America

The debate about building an elevated or underground metro, like the one taking place in Bogotá, has already been settled in several Latin American cities

Olaf Schölz

Gender Parity Cabinets: Equality Policy or Campaign Proposal?

German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, broke gender equality in his cabinet. How other governments that promised gender parity in the cabinet have dealt with it?

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This Is How Uruguay Reduced Informality. An example for Latin America

Employment is one of the main bases for economic stability, which leads to improving the quality of individual and collective life. However, a large part of Latin American society is in the informal sector, which has remained stable and on the rise in several countries, except for a few atypical cases such as Uruguay

Dina Boluarte

Dina Boluarte's First Month And A Half, More Chaotic Than Castillo's

In 40 days, the president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, has shown that she has not been able to solve the political crisis or consolidate a government to do so.

Ivan Velasquez

Iván Velásquez: the Minister Who Destabilizes Relations between Colombia and Guatemala

The current defense minister of Colombia, Iván Velásquez, has faced criticism from the Guatemalan government for his leadership of the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala between 2013 and 2019. For its part, the Colombian government supports him, which could become the beginning of a diplomatic crisis between both Latin American nations

Lula da Silva

Lula Da Silva And The Dilemma Of The Past Or The Present

The Brazilian president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, will have to choose what kind of position he will take in the Latin American context. You will choose your old allies or look at the new cool friends of the hemisphere

Juan Guaido

The Future Of The Venezuelan Opposition in 2023 Without Juan Guaidó

Now without Juan Guaidó, the Venezuelan opposition is in a moment of reconstruction to recover internal unity, then trust the voters and thus be able to compete again in the 2024 presidential elections.

ELN members

Does The ELN Lose The Political Argument?: This Is How The Dialogues With The Government Of Gustavo

The progress of the negotiations between the government of Gustavo Petro and the ELN has been cut short by decisions made by both parties. It seems that the ELN does not want to take advantage of the opportunity that is presented to it.