UN Committee

What is the new UN Committee in Venezuela about?

Upon approval, the independent international committee will investigate human rights violations in Venezuela.

President of Peru, Martín Vizcarra.

How is the political crisis in Peru going?

The institutional clash has the country plunged into a crisis after the congress was dissolved, Vizcarra suspended and the acting president resigned.

President of Peru, Martín Vizcarra

Political crisis in Peru: Vizcarra dissolved the congress

Martín Vizcarra, president of the Latin American country, announced the dissolution of Congress and called for legislative elections, which would cause a U-turn in the parliament

President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri.

"Yes, we can", Macri doesn't give up

Less than a month remains for Argentina to elect its new president and Macri is trying to strengthen his campaign and reverse the results of the primary elections

President of Colombia, Ivan Duque presenting evidence to the UN about Venezuela.

Iván Duque's mistakes before the UN

The president of Colombia went badly before the UN when different medias said the images shared in his dossier were false.

Person filling a syringe with medication.

Is the world approaching the legalization of euthanasia?

Most countries in the world do not yet approach a discussion about euthanasia.

Raul Castro

Why did the United States sanction Raúl Castro?

In a press release, Mike Pompeo announced that the former Cuban president was sanctioned

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, during an interview at the Miraflores Palace.

Duque vs. Maduro: the UN received evidence against the Venezuelan president

“We deliver to the UN evidence of complicity of Nicolás Maduro with terrorists that attempt against the Colombian people,” Iván Duque

President of Russia Vladimir Putin.

What will Nicolás Maduro and Vladimir Putin talk about?

The Russian president and his Latin American counterpart meet today in Moscow to discuss different issues.

The president of the National Assembly of Venezuela and the self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó

Can the UN condemn Juan Guaidó?

Vice President Delcy Rodríguez said she will denounce Guiadó to the UN for the photographs in which he poses with leaders of 'Los Rastrojos'

Gas station.

Brazil's Petrobras confronts new foe: fuel thieves

Brazilian state-run oil firm Petrobras has in the last five years battled an epic corruption probe, a crippling recession, and unsteady crude prices

Venezuelan migrants at a registration and migration post at the border.

Mexico and Uruguay advocate dialogue in Venezuela

The governments of both countries said on Thursday that the path of dialogue and negotiation is the only acceptable way to achieve a peaceful solution

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

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