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AMLO agrees that the fortune of "El Chapo" should return to Mexico

"El Chapo" proposed that billions of dollars of his fortune should be given to indigenous communities in Mexico

Woman entering her vote in an urn.

Peruvians are asking for sooner Presidential and Congress elections

Under the slogan "let everyone go" and "out the corrupt", people protested in the center of Lima and other cities in the country

Group of Venezuelan migrants.

Venezuelans in Argentina, caught in a crisis ... again

Argentina's uncertainty hits Venezuelans, who mostly moved to these lands to escape growing poverty

President of Colombia, Ivan Duque, during a press conference.

Maduro should spend money on food and not on missiles: Iván Duque

Iván Duque's message comes in response to Nicolás Maduro's announcement to be alert to a possible attack by Colombia

Venezuelans on footpath

US increases aid budget for Venezuelan migration crisis

The United States will provide an additional US $120 million in humanitarian assistance to help Latin America

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro

Bolsonaro accuses Michelle Bachelet of meddling in the sovereignty of Brazil

The accusation came after Bachellet criticized an increase in police violence and an erosion of Brazil's democracy

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro

Venezuela announces military exercises on Colombian border

Meanwhile, Juan Guaidó announced the use of satellite technology to facilitate the location of irregular groups

Delivery of diplomas at the University of webcam modeling.

Everything you need to know about webcam modeling University

Latin America has seen this business grow in recent years, where women and men pay to see live models through the internet

Migrants gathered outside the binational border services center (CEBAF) in Peru.

Peru will raise border control to prevent illegal entry of Venezuelans

Other Latin American countries, such as Chile and Ecuador, have also implemented new restrictions to control migration

Wreaths at funeral service for local leader who was killed

Killings, threats and delays disenchant Colombia's ex-FARC

Some ex-rebels are worried about whether right-wing President Ivan Duque, who took office last year, is committed to helping former fighters achieve reintegration

The Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza

Venezuela expresses concern over "imminent" restart of armed conflict in Colombia

Venezuela said it was worried about the "imminent reactivation" of the armed conflict in Colombia, where FARC leaders who had demobilized announced they will return to the armed struggle

Colombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo.

Fighting the rebels would be easier without Maduro: Colombian Foreign Minister

The comments came in response to a video where FARC leaders announced they would return to the armed struggle after the signing of the peace agreement

National shield outside of congress.

Goodbye to CICIG: is fight against corruption ending in Guatemala?

In 2018, President Jimmy Morales ended the agency's mandate when his own family felt the rigor of its management

Pieces of wood cut for cooking.

Venezuela's trees suffer as firewood replaces scarce cooking gas

Chronic shortages of natural gas in the country with the world's largest oil reserves now mean that cooking fuel is increasingly coming from trees

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