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Opinion: The Deaths In Argentina Show The Need For Legal Drugs

A few weeks ago, more than 20 people died after consuming adulterated cocaine in Buenos Aires. These deaths cannot be in vain and it is time to regulate drugs.

President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele

Nayib Bukele: From a Critic of Venezuela to a Partner of its Allies

The president of El Salvador has been criticized for the way his speech changed in relation to countries like Russia or China, strategic partners of regimes like the Venezuelan and the Nicaraguan. Will Nayib Bukele be the new friend of Maduro and Ortega?

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Should we Worry about Hunger in Colombia?

The discussion of hunger in Colombia has once again been on everyone's lips due to the controversy over the FAO report

José María Figueres and Rodrigo Chaves

Why the Elections in Costa Rica are so Important?

A former president and a former economy minister compete to be the winner of the elections in Costa Rica

Ballot box

Infographic: Colombia: Everything you need to know to vote from abroad

Where and when to vote? What charges can you choose? Everything you need to know to vote from abroad.

Ingrid Betancourt and Juan Manuel Galán

Ingrid Betancourt and the faces of the post-conflict in the Colombian elections

In addition to Ingrid Betancourt, many other candidates were also victims of the armed conflict and today they are betting on democracy.

Pedro Castillo and Gabriel Boric

The difference between the left of Gabriel Boric and that of Pedro Castillo

In the last elections in Peru and Chile, the left has returned to power, although with many nuances between that of Gabriel Boric and that of Pedro Castillo

Playa de Punta del Este in Uruguay

Why is Latin America the Best Place to Retire?

According to International Living magazine, 6 of the 10 best places to retire this year are in the region. Why is Latin America the best place to retire?

Cabinet of the elected president of Chile, Gabriel Boric

Salvador Allende's Granddaughter and Other Surprises From Boric's New Cabinet in Chile

Among Boric's new cabinet is the presence of the socialist deputy Maya Fernández, granddaughter of Salvador Allende and who will be in charge of the Ministry of Defense.

Rodolfo Hernández

Opinion: Rodolfo Hernández, Colombian Bukele

One of the candidates for the presidency of Colombia with the greatest possibilities, Rodolfo Hernández, presents himself as the Colombian Bukele.

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Is It Convenient to Regulate Drugs?

The regulation of drugs, especially cocaine, is a debate that increasingly permeates public opinion. Would it be convenient for the countries to go along this line?

Diverse vaccinated people showing their shoulder

How Did Latin America Go From the COVID-19 Crisis to Being the Most Vaccinated Region in the World?

In LatinAmerican Post we detail what are the keys to the high rate of immunization against COVID-19 in Latin America

Group of people during a protest in Chile

Political Pendulum in Latin America: A Trend to the Left

In Latin America, the democratic transition and political pendulums are something normal and we should not be scared of them

Woman using a cell phone

CAN Eliminates the Use of Roaming: How Will It Work?

After the CAN eliminated the use of roaming, all Colombians, Peruvians, Ecuadorians, and Bolivians who travel to any of these countries will be able to use their telephone line without having to worry about international rates.