Fernando Londoño Hoyos.

Friendly fire in the Colombian government

Fernando Londoño Hoyos, considered a 'thoroughbred' uribist, said the president should take a license and let Vice President Martha Lucía Ramírez rule

Former President of Brazil, Luis Inacio Lula Da Silva.

Luck isn't on Lula da Silva's side

The conviction of the former Brazilian president was ratified and increased. Here we tell you all the details .

Demonstrations in Chile.

Why do Chileans continue to protest?

Chileans are still on the streets despite having managed to get the government to consolidate a new Constitution.

Luis Lacalle Pou, President-elect of Uruguay.

Who is Luis Lacalle Pou, the elected president of Uruguay?

After 15 years, Frente Limpio leaves the presidency and Uruguay makes its way to a rightward turn.

Priest holding the bible.

Historical convictions of priests for sexual abuse

Nicola Corradi and Horacio Corbacho were not only priests but abused children in Mendoza Argentina during the years 2005 and 2016.

Marches of different sectors in Bogotá, Colombia.

Colombia: the National Strike continues and the pans will not stop ringing

'Why are they killing us? We are the hope of Latin America', the young people shout after the death of student Dilan Cruz in the framework of the National Strike.

Group of people during the marches on the day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in Bogota.

This is how Colombian women took the streets

This week, on Monday, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was celebrated and Colombian women had a lot to say.

Sebastián Piñera, Chilean president and Iván Duque, Colombian president.

This is how four Latin American presidents reacted to the protests

Each of these leaders has had a different reaction to the social demands of their countries.

Claudia López, elected mayor of Bogotá.

Elected mayors of Colombia seek for an urgent 'National Conversation'

The elected mayors met with Iván Duque in order to generate spaces for dialogue to find a way out of the crisis.


Group of people gathered making a demonstration.

How many victims have left the Latin American protests?

The figures are worrisome and reveal the serious social situation of these countries

Daniel Martínez and Luis Lacalle Pou.

Uruguay still doesn't know who its new president is

After Sunday’s election, the electoral authority announced a “technical tie,” so the results have not yet been released

Keiko Fujimori

Keiko Fujimori is released

After a decision of the Constitutional Court that admitted a habeas corpus, Keiko Fujimori is free

President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega.

Nicaragua's crisis: Is the end of Daniel Ortega approaching?

Nicaragua has been in a political and economic crisis since April 2018 after students demanded the resignation of Daniel Ortega.

Stir lying on a surface with sand and bullets around.

From the US to Mexico: the arms trafficking route

The fight against drug trafficking has been changing course because it has been revealed that the weapons of the Mexican cartels come from the United States

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