Un pescador repara una red de pescar en Patanemo, Venezuela.

With Venezuela in collapse, towns slip into primitive isolation

In the mountains of the state of Lara, residents of the town of Guarico are paying bills with coffee beans, which go from haircuts to spare parts for agricultural machinery

figuras de cartón con forma de mujeres y mujer colgando afiches en la pared

'She provoked him': Colombia struggles to convict murderers of women

Studies show Latin America is home to 14 of the 25 countries with the world's highest rates of femicide

Mujer fuera de un centro de migración

Cuts or closure? Safety fears loom for women at Mexico's trafficking shelters

Mexico’s few shelters for victims of human trafficking are under threat following a government crackdown 

Manifestantes sosteniendo fotografías de los 43 estudiantes desaparecidos en Ayotzinapa

Mexico revives the case of the 43 missing students

One of the most violent cases in the recent history of Mexico has become news, when a video was released in which public officials torture a detainee

Mauricio Macri, Miguel Angel Pichetto, Alberto Fernández

Presidential elections in Argentina: Peronism and its strength in the official lists

The lists of candidates for the PASO elections, which includes the presidential ones, were closed last Saturday with a high representation of Peronist politicians

Tierralta Córdoba y fotografía de María del Pilar Hurtado

This is the case of Maria del Pilar Hurtado

Amid confusions and conflicting theories, the investigations related to the crime of the alleged social leader that shocks Colombia continue

Presidente Jovenel Moïse, de fondo las protestas de manifestantes haitianos

Haiti: new manifestations against Jovenel Moïse

For the second time this year, the Haitian population takes to the streets to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse

Michelle Bachelet con Juan Guiadó - Michelle Bachelet con Nicolás Maduro

What left Michelle Bachelet's visit to Venezuela?

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights met with all sectors and left two members of her team overseeing the situation in that country

Logo de Odebrecht sumiéndose en un hueco en el piso y flechas hacía abajo

How does Odebrecht bankruptcy affect victim countries of corruption?

The fact that Odebrecht has declared bankruptcy means only one thing: impunity for the cases in the countries that were victims of corruption

Bandera de Guatemala, y fotografías de los candidatos presidenciales Sandra Torres y Alejandro Giammatei

Torres and Giammattei: the two options for Guatemala's presidency

These two conservative candidates will dispute at the polls for the second round amid general disillusionment over the inevitable continuation of the old policy

Recreación de la mesa de diálogo de la Comisión de la Verdad en Colombia

Colombia: Dialogues for Non-Repetition begin

In Colombia, the Truth Commission created an initiative to talk about murdered social leaders and raise awareness among the public

Mano - bandera de venezuela

What are other countries doing regarding the crisis in Venezuela?

The commitment of the Latin American countries to the Venezuelan situation has included generating opportunities and the efforts of the international community

Persona sosteniendo el tarjetón de las elecciones presidenciales de Guatemala, Bandera de Guatemala del lado derecho

Guatemala: corruption scandals behind the presidential elections

Today the Guatemalan people will decide who will be their next president, but the elections have been marked by corruption. Here we tell you more

Silueta de dos mujeres y dos hombres simbolizando el matrimonio igualitario delante de la bandera LGBT y el escudo de Ecuador.

Same-sex marriage is a fact in Ecuador

The Constitutional Court ruled in favor of marriage between two same-sex couples, a historical fact in this country of conservative customs

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