Roberto Alvarez

Dominican Foreign Minister insists that to dialogue with Haiti, canal works must be stopped

The Dominican Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Álvarez, emphasizes that stopping the controversial construction of the Dajabón River canal is crucial for dialogue and resolution of the escalating bilateral crisis with Haiti.



John Kirby

U.S. Pressures Venezuela to Compliance with Democratic Reforms

The U.S. threatens to reimpose sanctions on Venezuela if President Maduro fails to meet critical democratic reforms, marking a pivotal moment in U.S.-Venezuela relations.

Chaos in prison

The Hidden Truths in Honduras Prison Riot

In Honduras, a prison riot's chilling aftermath unveils police bullets in victims' bodies, sparking allegations of law enforcement's dark collusion with criminal gangs.

Alberto Fujimori

Peru's Judicial Branch Reinstates of Fujimori's Controversial Pardon

Peru's constitutional court reinstates the pardon of ex-President Alberto Fujimori, sparking debate over justice, human rights, and the legacy of his presidency.

Gustavo Petro

Colombia's Health Reform: Petro's Persistent Push for Change

 President Gustavo Petro remains steadfast in advocating for his controversial health reform in Colombia, aiming for a preventive care system and nationwide medical outreach.


Haiti's Gang Warfare Ravages Agriculture, Sparks Famine

In Haiti, gang violence has escalated beyond the capital, devastating the vital Bas-Artibonite farming region leading to mass displacement, rampant food shortages, and urgent calls for international intervention.

Central Electoral Board

Dominican Republic's Gender Parity: Progress and Challenges Revealed

In the Atenea Political Parity Index, the Dominican Republic scores 49.2 out of 100, revealing significant strides and ongoing challenges in women's political rights.

Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela Commemorates Bicentenary of Monroe Doctrine with a Voice of Resistance

The Venezuelan government, led by President Nicolás Maduro, is preparing to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Monroe Doctrine, an occasion characterized by Maduro as a "dark, diabolical, and perverse bicentenary that has left bloodshed."

Dina Boluarte

Peru's President Faces Legal Battle Amidst Political Turmoil

Peru's embattled President Dina Boluarte has rejected a formal complaint filed against her by the attorney general, Patricia Benavides, labeling it "despicable" in the latest political turmoil surrounding her leadership. Boluarte, who assumed office in December following her predecessor's controversial removal and imprisonment, is now entangled in a complex legal and political battle.

Claudia Sheinbaum

Claudia Sheinbaum Maintains Strong Lead in Mexico's Presidential Race

The race for Mexico's next presidential term is taking shape, with former Mexico City mayor Claudia Sheinbaum representing the ruling party MORENA and enjoying a commanding lead over her main opposition rival, Xochitl Galvez.

 Daniel Noboa

New president of Ecuador changes strategy against drug trafficking

Less than 48 hours into his presidency, Ecuador's newly elected leader, Daniel Noboa, fulfilled a campaign promise by repealing controversial guidelines implemented a decade ago. These guidelines decriminalized the possession of specific quantities of illegal drugs, sparking debate and concerns over their impact on drug trafficking and related crimes.

Sebastian Marset

The Media's Responsibility: Why Publishing a Drug Dealer's Opinions Is Unjustifiable

In a world where media outlets strive to provide diverse perspectives, it is crucial to question the ethical boundaries of giving voice to individuals involved in illicit activities. The recent case of alleged Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastián Marset raises significant concerns about the responsibility of news organizations in sharing the opinions of individuals engaged in criminal enterprises.

Nicolas Maduro with his wife, First Lady Cilia Flores

Venezuela's Call to Unite Through Referendum Over Esequibo Dispute

As the countdown to the crucial referendum on December 3rd continues, the Venezuelan government has redoubled its efforts to mobilize its citizens for a consultation concerning the longstanding territorial dispute with neighboring Guyana.

March in Chile

Chilean Women March Against Gender Violence

In the heart of Santiago, Chile, hundreds of women took to the streets with a resounding chant: "Not one step back." Their demand? More action against gender-based violence and a more significant commitment from society to eradicate this scourge.