Lula Silva

Independence In The Health Sector: This Is Lula's Strategy To Achieve It In Brazil

Lula launched this Tuesday a mega strategy to make Brazil an autonomous country in the health sector. The idea will be not to depend on imports of foreign inputs for the sector. Here we explain.

 Indigenous people from various regions of the country camp in the Tercer Milenio Park

Colombia: Petro Seeks Support In The Streets For His Reforms a Month Before Regional Elections

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Colombians will go out on a march for life in support of the Petro Government's reforms. This happens one month before the regional elections

Daniel Noboa and Luisa Gonzalez

The difference Is Narrowing: This Is The Current Panorama Of The Ecuador Elections

The difference in voting intention between Daniel Noboa and Luisa González, the two candidates in the second round of the Ecuadorian elections for president, is narrowing

Sinaloa Cartel

The Sinaloa Cartel Was Applauded By Residents Of Southern Mexico: What Is Happening In Chiapas?

Residents in southern Mexico, in the state of Chiapas, applauded the Sinaloa cartel for freeing roads that were blocked by the Jalisco Nueva Generación cartel. We tell you what the situation is in Chiapas

Evo Morales

Evo Morales Seeks To Regain Power In The Year Of The Bicentennial With His Fifth Candidacy

The former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, made official his intentions of a fifth candidacy for the 2025 presidential elections

Tocorón Prison

Venezuela: Intervention in the Tocorón Prison, From Where the "Aragua Train" Operates

According to the Venezuelan prosecutor, the intervention in the Tocorón prison is a blow to organized crime. Here we tell you what this intervention left


Imprisonment vs. Reduce Recruitment: How to Stop Cartel Violence in Mexico?

A study published this week in the journal Science recommends paying more attention to reducing recruitment in Mexico to stop drug cartel violence

People walking down the street

El Salvador: Homicide Rate Drops but Emergency Regime Continues

El Salvador registers a homicide rate of 2.3 per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Police. Although this is read by the Government as an achievement, the emergency regime remains in place after already accumulating 72,600 detainees

JEP room

JEP Confession: Colombian Military Acknowledges Having Committed a Massacre of False Positives

This Wednesday, retired major Jorge Edwin Gordillo admitted having committed a massacre by perpetrating false positives. This could affect former President Álvaro Uribe

Migration crisis in Panama

Chronicle: This Is How Panama Experiences the Migration Crisis

Migration organizations can no longer cope in Panama, the migration crisis reaches record numbers

Seizure of cocaine shipment in Ecuador

Drug Trafficking in Ecuador: Key Point in Cocaine Trafficking to Mexico and the United States

Today 19 people were arrested in Ecuador accused of making large shipments of cocaine to Mexico. Drug trafficking in Ecuador has become one of the main problems facing the country today

Market square in Venezuela

Venezuela: 126 Minimum Monthly Salaries Cover a Basic Family Basket

A family of five people in Venezuela needs 126 minimum monthly salaries to pay for the basic basket

Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson and Javier Milei

Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson and Javier Milei: This How X Can Influence Argentine Elections

What do Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson and Javier Milei have to do with it? Here we explain how social network X can influence the Argentine elections

Hand holding an hourglass

Analysis: Reduction of Working Hours in Mexico, What Are the Pros and Cons?

For two days and until tomorrow, September 22, the reduction of the working day in Mexico has been debated in the Chamber of Deputies. Many questions arise such as when it will come into force and what are its implications. Here we explain