Activist opposed to gun violence attend a demonstration to honor the victims of the El Paso and Dayton mass shoots

Mexico wants U.S. help to identify white supremacist threats

Mexican government also said it may also request the suspected perpetrator of the shooting be extradited to Mexico for trial

Supreme Court of Justice of Nicaragua

Lawyers ask the Supreme Court to repeal Amnesty Law in Nicaragua

Opponents claim that the law "violets, openly, the Political Constitution of Nicaragua, because this denies the right to access to justice"

Two doctors in an operating room

Cuba will double the number of doctors serving in Jamaica

Cuba's medical mission in Jamaica began to provide services in 1976 and today is made up of nursing professionals, doctors, among others

The president of Colombia, Ivan Duque in Bogotá (Colombia).

Duque's Presidency, a year with ups and downs

In LatinAmerican Post we review the events that have marked his first year as president of Colombia

Women sits at the make shift memorial and holds a picture of her friend

Uruguay issues travel warning for U.S. after weekend mass shootings

Travelers are urged to take precautions "in the face of growing indiscriminate violence, mostly for hate crimes, including racism and discrimination”

Billetes de Plicarpa Salavarrieta

The women of 1819

Celebrating the Bicentennial of the Battle of Boyacá, in Colombia, we pay tribute to the women who collaborated to make Latin America a free region

Colombian President Iván Duque speaks with Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo and Attorney General Fernando Carrillo

Colombia will give citizenship to children of Venezuelans born in its territory

The president stressed that, with the decision taken on Monday, they support "defenseless creatures who want to have a nationality"

Juan Orlando Hernández, president of Honduras.

President of Honduras denies having used drug money in presidential campaign

The Presidency indicates that "the clearest sign of who is who in the war on drug trafficking is to see who fought and achieved the approval of extradition"

The president of Peru, Martín Vizcarra.

Peruvian government seeks advance of elections for April next year

The Prime Minister presented the reform to change the Constitution that cuts the presidential term and the 130 legislators of Congress in one year

Foto de archivo de 26/11/06 de erradicadores manuales de plantas de coca vigilados por miembros de la policía colombiana

Colombia coca cultivation down slightly, UN report says

Colombia is one of the world's top producers of cocaine. Rebel groups, criminal gangs, and former paramilitaries are all involved in production 


Pigs for peace: winding back from war in Colombia

Pigs, papayas and peppers are helping seal the peace in Colombia as villagers return to the land after decades of war

Boat beside dock

Colombia will host the World Maritime Summit to promote gender equality

Attendees will talk about the "impact of women in the maritime community"

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Paraguay lawmakers back down on impeachment threat after hydropower deal annulled

Abdo apologized for the handling of the scandal over the signing of an energy pact with Brazil

Protesters hold a protest in front of a hotel where lawmakers are working on an agreement in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Guatemala's shortcomings raise doubts about U.S. migration deal

Guatemala becomes a so-called "safe third country," turning it into a buffer zone for migrants trying to reach the United States

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