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Guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN) of Colombia.

Colombia faces consequences for not recognizing its armed conflict

The main international network of historical memory issued a letter expelling the Historical Memory Center of Colombia and criticized its director

Mexican indigenous woman in a market stall.

What is 'ethnoporno' and how does it affect indigenous Mexican women?

More than 800 indigenous women of Chiapas, between adults and minors, have been victims of people who see a sexual fetish in their ethnic characteristics

At a bridge in central Cuba near Congojas, northwest of Cienfuegos, researchers collect river water.

In Cuba, cleaner rivers follow greener farming

A team of Cuban and U.S scientists have worked together to find the impacts of contemporary agriculture on water quality in Cuba's rivers.

Keiko Fujimori

Fujimorismo, the biggest loser in Peruvian politics

On January 26, Peruvians defined the members of their new Congress after the political crisis led to extraordinary parliamentary elections.

Nicolás Maduro and Iván Duque.

Maduro Vs Duque: new tensions between Venezuela and Colombia

While Colombia refuses to recognize the government of Nicolás Maduro, the extradition of a former Colombian congresswoman fugitive from justice seems to be complicated

Portraits and art pictures of Colombian women

Women rewriting history in Colombia: the "cantadoras of Membrillal"

In a small village in Colombia, near Cartagena de Indias, The “cantadoras of Membrillal" rehearse every week to dance and sing off their pain

Men work in a lettuce plantation.

IACHR sets standards on "Business and Human Rights"

The IACHR published its thematic report on inter-American standards on "Business and Human Rights", a valuable input on development and protection of life

Jeanine Áñez, president of Bolivia.

The questioned candidacies for the presidency of Bolivia

Among the names of presidential candidates are the chosen one by Evo Morales and the current interim president.

Tickets inside police shackles.

How is corruption perceived in Latin America?

The citizens of Latin America do not believe that their governments are struggling to combat the problem.

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro.

“The Indian is becoming human being like us,” Jair Bolsonaro

The Brazilian president would face a lawsuit for this racist comment against the natives of his country

Migrants outside the facilities of the National Migration Institute (INM) in Tapachula, Mexico.

The first 2020 caravan of migrants arrives to Mexico

One of the biggest challenges that the Mexican president faces, has to do with the migration flow in his country and neighboring countries.

Installation of the III Hemispheric Ministerial Conference to Combat Terrorism.

The Anti-Terrorism Conference arrived in Colombia

With the assistance of 25 countries, Colombia began last Monday the III Hemispheric Ministerial Conference to Fight Terrorism

President of Guatemala, Alejandro Giammattei.

Guatemala breaks relations with Venezuela

The first act in foreign policy of the new president of Guatemala was the “definitive rupture” of relations with the Venezuelan government of Nicolás Maduro

Plenary session of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States in Mexico City.

Mexico in CELAC: the revitalization of Latin America and the Caribbean

The country presented an ambitious but possible work plan that will revitalize the regional agenda.

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