Iván Duque took office as president of Colombia

The new president of the Colombians took office before the plenary of the congress. However, the presidential inauguration was tarnished by different issues

Colombia: Women submit report on sexual violence cases to Special Jurisdiction for Peace

The challenge will be to overcome the impunity of 97% that exists in cases of sexual violence associated with the armed conflict in Colombia

Maduro and the terrorist attack: Who are the 'Flannel Soldiers'?

This group, still anonymous, has claimed to be responsible of the failed attempt against Nicolás Maduro

From Mexico to Paraguay, these are some of the most notorious corruption cases

The case of Odebrecht in which 10 Latin American countries were involved is not the only corruption scandal in the region

Lula da Silva will be presidential candidate from jail: what are his options?

It seems an unlikely bet, but the Workers' Party launched the candidacy of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva

Attack against Maduro: Santos would be responsible according to the Venezuelan president

After being attacked in the afternoon of Saturday with explosive devices, Nicolás Maduro accused the Colombian leader, Juan Manuel Santos, of the attack

What is the protocol to guarantee social protest in Colombia and where does it come from?

The Colombian government presented this week the "Protocol for the coordination of actions of respect and guarantee of peaceful protest"

Brazil: Why was the million-dollar lawsuit against Petrobras suspended?

Petrobras has been losing for four consecutive years; the demand for more than 4,500 million dollars would threaten the bankruptcy of the state company

Peru: This is what you need to know about the referendum that was announced by Martín Vizcarra

After the corruption scandal in Peru, the president announced a referendum that will seek to create an environment of legitimacy to the political and judicial institutions

The Nicaraguan crisis worsens: doctors are being fired for attending protesters

Doctors assure that their dismissals are unjustified, and that these are the result of taking care of wounded protesters against Daniel Ortega

"The defenders are the voices where there is no State": UN Special Rapporteur

During his visit to Colombia, Michel Forst, UN Special Rapporteur, spoke about the situation of the human rights defenders

Ecuador: Will the case of Julian Assange end?

The president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, negotiates with the United Kingdom an exit for the controversial activist

Abused nuns, a disturbing reality in Chile

The cases recorded by law enforcement agencies are only the tip of the iceberg, as they are often handled behind closed doors

Venezuela: How the crisis is affecting the classrooms?

Kids fainting, increasing absences, and cuts of academic days are some of the problems in the school system of the South American country

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