Guatemala: According to David de León, the main thing is "to find missing persons and hopefully alive"

The spokesman of the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction of Guatemala, David de León, affirmed that they continue with the evaluation tasks

The Latin American countries reject the sale and possession of weapons for civilians

In the United States, the port of arms is legal. However, not all countries are in favor of the sale and free bearing of weapons

Paraguay: Is the resignation of Horacio Cartes a political move to stay in power?

The decision is related to the president's intention to remain in power since the legislative

"They turned against their own people in a cruel and lethal attack", international Amnesty director

At almost 50 days since the protests began in Nicaragua, the excessive force of power and the failure in the peace negotiations are some of the factors to highlight

Guatemala: From a trafficking bridge to a drug producing country?

On May 27th was found a coca plantation in Guatemala, and the authorities are concerned if the country will stop being a bridge of the cartels and will start its own production

Michel Temer on the edge of the abyss

87% of the population supports the truckers' strike that hass been going on more than 10 days and the Single Federation of Petróleos is on strike

Colombia in NATO: what will the Latin American country gain with this new alliance?

The Colombian president announced on Friday May 25th the country's entry as a global partner of this organization of military nature, an alliance that entered into force as of May 31st

Why is the United Kingdom reinforcing its military in the Falklands?

The country invested more than 300 million dollars to protect its position in these islands

Colombia: the political extremes will face in the second presidential round

The right-wing representative, Iván Duque, will face the left-wing candidate, Gustavo Petro, to be the 60th president of Colombia

Will the economic crisis of Argetina worsen or is it an opportunity to improve?

Criticism against Macri's decision to ask for an economic rescue from the IMF and about the different policies of his government have once again been discussed in the country

What makes elections valid internationally? We analyze the case of Venezuela

The elections of Sunday May 20 in Venezuela were unrecognized by much of the American continent because they were considered illegitimate

El Cerrejón: Is it more important money or the environment?

Mining is one of the most important economic activities in Colombia, but the environmental damage resulting from its activity has aroused a series of criticisms

North Korea destroyed its nuclear test center in front of the international press

In front of journalists from the United States, Russia, Great Britain, China and South Korea, the North Korean regime destroyed the facilities where it carried out its six nuclear tests

Colombia: why young people don't vote?

Young colombians have the ability to decide the elections in their country, but disinterest and abstention prevail over the possibility of determining their future

Colombia: the million-dollar expedition to reach the San José galleon

Colombia, in collaboration with a private company, promotes a project to rescue and market the remains and cargo of the Spanish ship

The panorama of Mexico 40 days before the elections

After the second presidential debate, candidates will use all their tools towards a historic election

Bolivia: the construction of the new presidential house that causes controversy

The critics consider that the building is very luxurious for a poor country with flaws of health and education, according to the curators of Bolivia

No more Kellogg's in Venezuela

The mythical cereal company is forced to leave the country after more than half a century of activity

These are the four Latin American countries that have had a relationship with Iran in nuclear matter

Venezuela, Cuba and Bolivia have also been silent allies in Iran's nuclear program, not only Argentina collaborated with Iran

Hotesur: A new corruption scandal shakes the Kirchner family

On May 13, 2018, the Argentine authorities opened an investigation into the Hotesur case in which former President Cristina Fernandez and her family are involved

Latin America: the land of the young people who neither study nor work

Despite the efforts and good intentions of the leaders and governments of the region, Latin America remains as one of the places in the world where there is more youth unemployment

How does Brazil approach its elections without Lula da Silva?

An extreme right-wing candidate accused of racism, homophobia, and sexism, would be the most benefited with the disqualification of Lula

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