Bogota's city hall: these are Diego Molano's proposals

LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak exclusively with the pre-candidate of the Democratic Center political party for Bogota's city hall, Diego Molano

Bolivia: Will the opposition be able to stop Evo Morales?

The community goes to the OAS and the IACHR to avoid the re-election of the president of Bolivia

Nayib Bukele: will his scandals affect his presidency?

Salvadorean president-elect already had his first scandal and will be taken to trial

Defense or abuse? The controversial Brazilian law against organized crime

While the government promises greater control of impunity and violence, the opposition believes that the abuse of the law against citizens will increase

This is Diego Molano, precandidate to be Bogotá's mayor

One of the three candidates for Centro Democrático is Diego Molano, who is committed to improve safety, sustainability, and mobility

Mexico: El Chapo Guzmán is condemned for drug trafficking

A New York jury ruled that the famous Mexican criminal, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, is guilty of drug trafficking

Balda Case: a new test for Rafael Correa in Ecuador

The start of the trial for the kidnapping of former Assemblyman Fernando Balda puts a new test to former President Rafael Correa, who is accused of having ordered it

Venezuela: What has happened in this week?

International support and refusal to receive humanitarian aid to deal with the crisis are just some of the things that happened last week in Venezuela

Colombia: what is the Security and Defense Plan about?

On Wednesday, February 6, Colombian President Iván Duque presented his Security and Defense Plan, what did he point out?

A human chain for humanitarian aid

Given Nicolás Maduro's rejection to humanitarian aid, the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, calls for citizenship

Jesús Abad Colorado: 'How many tears haven't been cried for our absent ones"

The Colombian photojournalist held a lecture at the Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, where he spoke about human rights and armed conflict

Brazil and Mexico: what is the balance in their first months of government?

Last year there were elections in two of the most important countries in the region. What has been the balance of these two leaders in their first months of government?

16 years of the attack at Club El Nogal in Bogotá

On February 7, 2003, an attack attributed to the FARC took the lives of 36 people and left more than 200 injured in the Colombian capital

What happened in the visit of Carlos Holmes Trujillo to the United Nations?

The Colombian chancellor visited New York to fulfill his agenda before the UN. They talked about Venezuela and the creation of an international anti-corruption court

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