General view of parents of missing 43 students and their supporters on street.

Mexico reopens investigation into disappearance of 43 students

AMLO created a special commission dedicated to the case, leading to new investigations involving more officials

Two soldiers working in a coca crop.

Guatemala: Increases the presence of coca leaf crops

The narcos seek to turn Central America into a cocaine-producing region to traffic to the United States and Europe

Mexican immigration officers making records.

US blockade of asylum claims puts Mexico in trouble

The small agency for refugees in Mexico is overwhelmed by applicants who are abandoning the American dream

Edgar Zambrano, first vice president of the National Assembly of Venezuela.

Vice President of the Congress of Venezuela released from prison

Edgar Zambrano was accused of treason when he was arrested in May by intelligence service officials

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza enters the National Assembly.

Venezuela's government evaluates return to Parliament

The return of the ruling party to the National Assembly would mean the search to "extend the political dialogue"

Relatives of the 43 missing students in Ayotzinapa, hold posters with their photographs.

New controversy in the case of the 43 missing students in Mexico

Torture scandals and arbitrary detentions have been the reasons why many of the detainees are already at large

Opposition leader, Juan Guaidó.

Venezuelan opposition says that dialogue with Maduro "sold out"

Six weeks after the government of President Nicolás Maduro suspended his participation, the opposition determined that the dialogues ended 

OAS Commission in Nicaragua.

OAS Commission protests prohibition of entry to Nicaragua

A commission of the Organization of American States on Nicaragua complained about an order from the government of Daniel Ortega, which prohibited him from entering the country

Former President of Peru, Alejandro Toledo.

US justice denies bail for Peruvian ex-president Toledo

Former President Alejandro Toledo is waiting for an extradition process due to links with Odebrecht

Venezuelan woman with her children in the UN refugee camp in La Guajira, Colombia.

EU will give 30 million euros to Colombia to attend Venezuelan immigrants

The money will go to support government efforts to offer employment, housing and entrepreneurship for Venezuelans

A security guard in the back of a van while patrolling the municipality of Coahuayana, in Michoacán, Mexico.

Mexico: Self-defense defies the president in fight against cartels

The resurgence of dozens of self-defense groups has exposed deficiencies in the security strategy of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador

Raul Castro

Twitter blocks Raúl Castro and Cuban state media accounts

The Cuban journalists' union called the decision "massive censorship"

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, during a televised broadcast.

Nicolás Maduro says he will not attend the UN

"This year I will not go. This year I stay with you working here in Venezuela, safe and quiet," Maduro reported

View of a street in Bogotá, Colombia.

U.S. opens Venezuelan diplomatic office in Colombia

The Venezuela Affairs Unit will work for the restoration of democracy and the constitutional order, and the security and well-being of the Venezuelan people

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