Cristina Kirschner: new vice-presidential formula and first trial for corruption

After the announcement in social networks accepting Alberto Fernandez's vice-presidential formula, Kirschner attended the first oral hearing on charges of corruption

Political persecution? New York Times journalist escaped Colombia after accusations

After accusations made in social networks by right-wing politicians, the journalist Nick Casey decided to leave the country for feeling threatened

False positives 2.0: Semana knew everything but censored it

La Silla Vacía reveals that Semana had the same investigation as The New York Times but decided to lock it up after talking to members of the government

Colombia and its 'institutional crisis'

The decision of the JEP not to extradite Jesus Santrich has led to what a political sector has called an "institutional crisis"

Story of an announced campaign: presentation of 'Sinceramente' in the FILBA

On May 9 was the presentation of Sinceramente by Cristina Fernandez de Kirschner on the FILBA and more than 20,000 people attended

Santrich: the protagonist of the week in Colombia

A tense week has been lived in Colombia for the different events related to the leader of the FARC Jesus Santrich and the issue surrounding his extradition

Colombia: Mauricio Lezama is killed on the eve of a filming

On Thursday, May 9, filmmaker Mauricio Lezama was murdered in Arauca, Colombia. One more blow to activism in regions unprotected by the State

Brazil: increasingly closer to the legal bearing of weapons

The law of bearing arms in Brazil would allow people of 20 professions to access weapons as a method of self-defense

These are the political limits of the use of drones in Latin America

The United States is implementing drones to respond to 911 calls. This situation once again calls into question the limits of this technology

JEP and its decision to release Jesus Santrich

The decision of the JEP not to extradite Jesus Santrich has unleashed judicial chaos in Colombia, which has led to the resignation of the Attorney General of the Nation

YouTubers and social leaders: the new initiative of Daniel Samper

Through a song, Daniel Samper and other Colombian YouTubers seek to give voice to social leaders

What is screening and why does it benefit babies?

The Colombian Congress approved this procedure that looks for metabolic and genetic disorders in newborn babies

Brazil: Why has Bolsonaro declared war on diversity?

A commercial that included minorities has revived the struggle of the Brazilian president against diversity in his country

Latin America: a hostile territory for press freedom

Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil are three of the countries in the region where journalism and press freedom have the worst conditions 

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