More than 250,000 children have been affected by the conflict in Colombia since peace talks between the Government and the country’s main armed opposition group (FARC-EP) started three years ago, UNICEF said in a report released on 19 March 2016.
In Maduro-era Venezuela, opposition candidates know where to go to talk to voters. “All you have to do is go to the lines,” as a opposition candidate says. For the first time, many of the candidates seeking to enter parliament came of age during the presidency of Hugo Chávez.
How can it be that the country with the world's largest proved oil reserves can't afford to feed its people? The current crisis can be traced to the historical management of the country's oil industry.
Given the possibility that the next government will threaten the future of the Free Trade Agreement, Mexico must abide by the consequences
Cuba has welcomed 1 million foreign tourists to date in 2016, a 14.6 percent surge over the same period last year, the Tourism Ministry, or Mintur, reported.