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Quitting Facebook could boost exam results
In research that validates what many parents and educators suspect, students whose grades are below average could boost their results if they devoted less time to Facebook
What you should know about the National strike in Colombia
On November 21, thousands of Colombians will take the streets to ask the government to respond to causes that generate general disagreement.
Inspiring the world and the space: she is an astronaut
An alliance between the She is Foundation and the NASA Space Center will allow you to visit the center of scientific learning in Houston
Quitting Facebook could boost exam results
In research that validates what many parents and educators suspect, students whose grades are below average could boost their results if they devoted ...
Crisis in Bolivia: was there really a coup?
The debate since Evo Morales announced his resignation as president of Bolivia has revolved around whether or not the causes constituted a coup d'...
Why did Bolivia break relations with Venezuela?
The interim government of Jeanine Áñez announced the decision last Friday, November 15
Nuevo León, the state of Mexico where homophobia prevails
The state of Nuevo León in Mexico is fighting an open battle against the LGBTIQ+ community, generating a problem before the State Human Rights ...
Carlos Holmes Trujillo is the new Minister of Defense in Colombia
The implementation of the peace agreements is one of Trujillo's challenges; and when not fulfilled, they are indicated as the reason why the viole...
These are the properties of El Chapo that were auctioned
These are the 3 houses of Chapo Guzmán that the Mexican government sold for $ 4.3 million pesos .
How are Colombian women doing in political participation?
The country is in urgent need for the consolidation of public policies of gender equality
Warning: Latin America has dengue
Of the more than two million people reported to have suffered dengue in 2019, more than 700 have lost their lives .
EduSense: Like a FitBit for your teaching skills
A new system offers a comprehensive real-time sensing system that is inexpensive and scalable to create a continuous feedback loop for the instru...
Monument to the ‘Negro Matapacos’ in Santiago de Chile
"We want a statue of the dog 'Negro Matapacos' in Baquedano, so that every person who passes by will see it and remember this hero" ...
Crisis in Bolivia: Evo Morales announces new elections
Finally Morales accepted the recommendations of the OAS after an audit that questioned the legitimacy of the elections on October 20
Lula da Silva is not longer in prision
A ruling by the Brazilian Supreme Court could change the fate of the former Brazilian president.
A true love story: homosexual couple adopts girl with HIV
The girl had been rejected by 10 heterosexual families for her illness before reaching this couple .
What you should know about the resignation of the Colombian Minister of Defense
In just one year, Minister Guillermo Botero went through the second motion of censure in Congress where several parties sought his resignation
Crisis in Bolivia: the presidential dispute worsens
Protests over presidential results have caused losses of 167 million dollars .
Former Minister of Justice in Colombia with judicial problems
Fernando Londoño Hoyos must return the 145 million shares of the Invercolsa company, which he acquired irregularly 20 years ago .
How will your thinking and memory change with age?
A study found that short-age scores, education level, and socioeconomic status are predictors of thinking and memory performance at age 70.
Should preschool writing be more communication and less ABCs?
"Few teachers in this study think about writing as communication," said Hope Gerde, associate professor in the Department of Human Developme...
Even the monuments are revealed in Chile, Valdivia beheaded for the second time
The protesters in Chile today have forced historians to write a new chapter around this statue.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, winner of the 2019 Berggruen Prize
She was chosen from a pool of more than 500 nominees.
The new cabinet in Chile
Protests in Chile have led to a political crisis that has put President Piñera cornered against the wall, which led him to change his cabinet ...
Talk, Tell & Post: the bilingual education revolution
Everything you need to know about the innovative, transformative and inclusive program of teacher training and student learning through storytell...
Peru: what is the social and economic package about?
After the closure of Congress, the Peruvian government announced a package that includes economic recovery .
Colombia is attacking the peace agreement
Since the end of the armed conflict in Colombia, 158 members of the FARC have been killed, 88 in the current government of Iván Duque.
Massacre of indigenous people in Cauca Colombia
The FARC dissidents killed Cristina Bautista, Governor of the Cabildo de Tacueyó in the department of Cauca in Colombia, and four community mem...
Latin America represents 20% of wasted food on the planet
This area of the planet is home to 9% of the total population of the earth and in some parts, food is lost or wasted .
First female mayor of Bogotá makes the corrupt tremble
Claudia Nayibe López Hernández managed to become the first woman of the most important mayor's office in Colombia, the mayor's o...
Peronism returns to power in Argentina
Alberto Fernández obtained 48.10% of the votes, surpassing Mauricio Macri by eight points
Left and right-wing face in Uruguayan elections
The presidential elections leave the left-wing candidate, Daniel Martínez, as leader, but with a strong opponent, Luis Lacalle Pou.
These are 4 of the biggest wars in Latin America
The past conflicts of Latin America are the beginning of understanding the configuration, territorial distribution and current disputes of the re...
Latin America is in crisis
The last weeks have been critical for the region in political, social, economic and even environmental matters
Children at risk of lead poisoning in Cuba
Journalist Mónica Baró made a report that tracks Cuban families whose relatives and children in the San Miguel del Padrón neighbo...
Evo Morales attacks the opposition
The Bolivian president said that "to ignore the vote of the people, especially the ones of the countryside, country sellers and coup perpetrators...
The present and future of Latin American teenage girls are at risk
Early unions or child marriages make it difficult for young women to develop a life project.
Rethinking the role of technology in the classroom
Even though technology gives a whole world of new experiences, it is not the only thing important when teaching young students.
This is what Cecilia Morel said of the crisis in Chile
The statements of the first Chilean lady in a WhatsApp audio generated great controversy in the southern country
Evo Morales announces a coup
Morales's announcement comes after presidential elections that presented irregularities in his development .
A week of drug trafficking and crime in Central America
The latest events in Mexico and Honduras have focused Central America on drug trafficking issues related to corruption.
Situation in Chile is aggravated under military control
Since October 18, the streets of Santiago and other cities have become a scene of protest against increases in the price of transport .
Will they capture Ovid Guzman this time?
"We are never going to opt for war, for confrontation or for the use of force, what matters to us is people's lives", said AMLO
Confusion in Bolivia after presidential elections
After a day of relative calm in the voting for the presidential elections, around 7 p.m., the Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Bolivia stopped issuing of...
Read to kids in Spanish; it'll help their English
Having strong early reading skills in native Spanish will help your kids to develop their English reading skills when they grow up.
Mexican government: on its knees and with its hands up
The afternoon of October 17, 2019, will go down in history as the day on which the Sinaloa cartel and “los chapitos” faction put the Mexic...
Santiago de Chile dawns in a state of emergency
Santiago de Chile woke up in a state of emergency after the recent protests and serious riots that happened last Friday
Bolivia: from "we are presidents" to "Evo or no one"
October 20, 2019 will go down in history as the day on which Evo Morales intends a fourth presidential term in charge of Bolivia
The emotional strength of the Falkland Islands in presidential campaign
The debate among the candidates for the presidency of Argentina focused on an issue that has become the axis of honor and patriotism.
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