Worker cutting coca leaves

Coca crops decrease in Bolivia after two years of growth: UNODC

Cultures coca in Bolivia fell 6% in 2018 spués two years in to crecimi

A woman holds a sign that says

These are the numbers of feminicides in Latin America

In LatinAmerican Post we show you how the violence against women in Latin America is going this 2019

 Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro gestures during a meeting with soldiers at a military base in Caracas, Venezuela

How Cuba taught Venezuela to quash military dissent

Under Cuban military advisors, Venezuela refashioned the intelligence unit into a service that spies on its own armed forces

People gather in a public square that has become an informal camp for several hundred undocumented Venezuelan

Colombia laments lack of aid for growing Venezuela migration crisis

Colombia has borne the brunt of mass migration from its neighbor, which is mired in a deep political and economic crisis that has caused long-running shortages

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro

Venezuela's Maduro says there has been contact with U.S. officials 'for months'

Nicolas Maduro said he had authorized contact with the administration of Donald Trump "for months"

Farmer showing cocoa products

From coca to cocoa, Colombian farmers reinvent themselves

Tired of the violence that comes with the fact of growing coca, in the times of the drug trafficking boom, farmers began voluntarily eradicating coca

Ruins of a temple after a bombing

Paraguay places Hezbollah and Hamas on the list of terrorist organizations

This in order to reinforce the task of terrorism prevention agencies and currency flow control systems

Tractor working in a field

U.S. envoy offers farm visas to boost asylum deal with Guatemala

Jimmy Morales agreed to require U.S.-bound Hondurans and Salvadorans to seek refuge in Guatemala instead of proceeding north

Venezuelans take their belongings on an illegal road after entering Colombia illegally

UN asks for more help to deal with the Venezuelan refugee crisis

UNHCR estimates that 4.3 million Venezuelans have fled the economic and political instability in their country

Immigrant sitting on a street

Hunger driving migration in drought-hit Central America - U.N.

Poor harvests are driving rural families in parts of Central America from their homes to seek better opportunities in their own or neighboring countries and the US

Women in a demonstration by Evelyn Hernández in El Salvador.

In retrial, El Salvador acquits woman accused of killing her stillborn child

The case drew international attention to the socially conservative nation's strict abortion ban

Martín Vizcarra, President of Peru

"Do not be afraid to govern": Peruvian congressional leader confronts Vizcarra for electoral advance

72% of Peruvians support the proposal to advance the general elections announced by President Vizcarra

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, speaks during his morning press conference at the National Palace

Mexico to penalize creators of TV series seen as 'dirty campaign' against president

The series, called "Populismo en America Latina" (Populism in Latin America), features a segment on AMLO alongside former South American left-wing rulers

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, taking part in an act of Government, August 14, 2019, in Caracas.

Nicolás Maduro accuses former Colombian president Uribe of plotting to kill him

It was not the first time Maduro, a socialist, accused politicians from neighboring Colombia of plotting against him

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