People walking through the streets of Lima, Peru

In Peru more than 2,400 women have disappeared in 2020

Disappearances and deaths during 2020 and an increase in violence against women during confinement mark the Peruvian reality

Rodrigo Londoño 'Timochenko', Álvaro Leyva and Salvatore Mancuso.

'Timochenko' and Salvatore Mancuso defend the JEP

These two important figures in the history of the armed conflict in Colombia joined in support of the JEP and the implementation of the peace agreement.

Radar of Hurricane 'Hanna' in Mexico and Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil.

Health systems in crisis and other 3 news from Latin America

The coronavirus crisis worsens in Latin America and other news of the week

Carlos Ruíz Massieu

UN: peace in Colombia cannot be a victim of COVID

Carlos Ruiz Massieu, head of the UN Verification Mission in Colombia, will present on July 14 to the Security Council in New York the quarterly report of the Secretary General on the Mission in the country




Jair Bolsonaro and Evo Morales

Jair Bolsonaro with Covid and Evo Morales accused of terrorism

Two opposing Latin American political leaders make headlines for the day.

Luis Abinader

Dominican Republic: new president in the midst of the pandemic

The Dominican Republic became the first country in Latin America to hold elections as the region faces the Coronavirus pandemic.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico.

The new airport that was built in Mexico by their army

The role of the army in the current administration has become a central issue in discussions in Mexico

Woman touching her eyes

COVID-19 increases domestic violence in Venezuela

Domestic violence figures on women and children in Venezuelan territory increased during confinement for COVID 19

Alexander Hueso delivering aid to vulnerable families

Good deeds amid the pandemic

Amid the pandemic, Alexander Hueso and his family bring food to the most vulnerable areas of the city

Aerial view of Jardim Dom Bosco in Brazil.

How is Latin America doing with the Sustainable Development Goals?

At the pace of the region, it is likely that the Sustainable Development Goals agreed for 2030 will not be achieved .

Nubia and children.

"Nubia and children", the YouTube channel of a farmer family

Due to the economic crisis caused by covid-19 and corruption in Colombia, a humble family decided to create a YouTube channel to teach how to grow food from home

Journalist during a protest.

Investigative journalism also suffers from the pandemic

The journalistic profession has had essential participation in Covid-19 crisis

Giovanni López and protests in Guadalajara, Mexico

Racism and police abuse in Mexico, response to the murder of George Floyd

Mexico has joined the protests unleashed by the death of George Floyd

Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil.

Bolsonaro threatens to leave the WHO

The President of Brazil followed the example of Donald Trump and threatened to withdraw from the WHO, alleging an ideological bias

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