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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during the closing ceremony of the Sao Paulo Forum at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas

Maduro says fugitive ex-leaders of FARC are 'welcome' in Venezuela

Security sources and the Government of Colombia argue that Márquez and Santrich hide in Venezuela

Prison riot in Brazil

Mass decapitations as at least 52 killed in Brazil prison riot

At least 52 inmates died, with 16 decapitated, in a prison riot on Monday in the northern Brazilian state of Para
 

Paraguay's Foreign Minister Luis Alberto Castiglioni addresses the media in Asuncion, Paraguay July 28, 2019.

Paraguay will ask Brazil to leave without effect a controversial act on binational hydroelectric

The Government said that the decision, which regularizes the conditions for contracting energy, was taken in diplomatic instances

Mexican president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and his Honduran counterpart, Juan Orlando Hernandez, signing agreement in Mexico.

Mexico to help create 20,000 jobs in Honduras to curb migration

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his Honduran counterpart, Juan Orlando Hernandez, pledged to work together to lift prosperity in Central America

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Latin America: these are the most unpopular presidents

Corruption scandals and economic recession are some of the main reasons why people disapprove their President in Latin America

Haitian President Jovenel Moise speaks during the installation of the interim Prime Minister Jean-Michel Lapin at the National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Haiti officials say PM Lapin has resigned, new PM selected

Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste first reported on Monday that Lapin had offered his resignation to President Jovenel Moïse

Guatemalan activists protest migrant asylum pact with US

Carrying the blue and white national flag, demonstrators rallied in front of the presidential palace in Guatemala City

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro talks on his cell phone during a ceremony at Planalto presidential palace, in Brasilia, Brazil

Bolsonaro threatens to imprison critical journalist

The journalist Glenn Greenwald, winner of a Pulitzer Prize, said Friday that the rules were modified so that he could be arrested "for reporting"

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a meeting with military high command members in Caracas, Venezuela July 24, 2019.

Maduro asks Colombia's military to 'disobey' orders against Venezuela

The message aired after the US sanctioned more than 20 people, including three Maduro's stepsons and a Colombian businessman for a food corruption scandal

Venezuelans stand in line to cross into Ecuador from Colombia, most of them to reach Peru ahead of a June 15 deadline of new migration laws, at the Rumichaca International Bridge in Tulcan, Ecuador June 14, 2019.

Venezuelans will need a visa to enter Ecuador

The new requirement was decreed as part of a government order and security plan for migrants and follows higher demands also in Peru and Chile

First lady Cilia Flores stands behind her husband Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro during a press conference, at Miraflores Presidential Palace, in Caracas, Venezuela.

US sanctions Maduro's stepsons for alleged food corruption

The three men, commonly known as Los Chamos — Venezuelan slang for "the kids" — are also under investigation by prosecutors in Miami for allegedly forming part of a scheme

General view of airport terminal crime scene at the Guarulhos airport

Armed men steal $40 million of gold, metals from Brazil airport

Several of the suspects arrived at the Guarulhos airport in a black pickup truck with livery resembling Brazil's federal police

This undated photo shows Ricardo Roselló giving a speech

Puerto Rico governor resigns, protesters warn successor: 'We don't want you either'

After 12 days of sometimes violent demonstrations, first-term governor Rosselló said he would step down on Aug. 2

Fuel supply aircraft and K-fir aircraft in flight

Colombia would invest more than US $ 1 billion to renovate fighter jet fleet

The South American country has about 20 K-firs bought 30 years ago, so it considers the replacement of aircraft as a priority

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