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Where are they? New plan would solve disappeared Mexicans' case
The Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has launched a plan that seeks to resolve the situation of 70,000 cases related to forced disappearances
United States: Trump will definitely build the wall
The US government worked hard to avoid a new Shutdown. Meanwhile, Trump declares the country in national emergency
Why has not Italy recognized Guaidó as interim president?
Despite the divisions in the government over the Venezuelan situation, Italy declared that the country should have free presidential elections
For the first time a cardinal loses his clerical status
In a historic Vatican decision, now-former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was convicted of sexual abuse
Haiti sinks in political instability
The political instability in Haiti has plunged that country into a crisis that has already completed a little over a week
Iván Duque and his visit to the United States
During Duque's visit to Trump, apart from the central issues, the possibility of a military intervention in Colombia was raised
Brazil: find out why Lula is plummeting
Former President Lula da Silva was found guilty by the Brazilian justice on charges of corruption and money laundering. He was sentenced to 12 years and one month in prison
Bogota's city hall: these are Diego Molano's proposals
LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak exclusively with the pre-candidate of the Democratic Center political party for Bogota's city hall, Diego Molano
Bolivia: Will the opposition be able to stop Evo Morales?
The community goes to the OAS and the IACHR to avoid the re-election of the president of Bolivia
Nayib Bukele: will his scandals affect his presidency?
Salvadorean president-elect already had his first scandal and will be taken to trial
Defense or abuse? The controversial Brazilian law against organized crime
While the government promises greater control of impunity and violence, the opposition believes that the abuse of the law against citizens will increase
Russia: What's behind the protests?
In Russia, any type of protest that is against the current government is repressed with a law that criminalizes it
This is Diego Molano, precandidate to be Bogotá's mayor
One of the three candidates for Centro Democrático is Diego Molano, who is committed to improve safety, sustainability, and mobility
Mexico: El Chapo Guzmán is condemned for drug trafficking
A New York jury ruled that the famous Mexican criminal, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, is guilty of drug trafficking
Spain: Pedro Sánchez and the independence crisis
On Sunday, February 10, thousands of Spaniards went out to the streets to demand that the president call elections. What is happening?
Balda Case: a new test for Rafael Correa in Ecuador
The start of the trial for the kidnapping of former Assemblyman Fernando Balda puts a new test to former President Rafael Correa, who is accused of having ordered it
Ireland: in the eye of the storm because of the Brexit
The last week, the discussions between the United Kingdom and the two Irelands have reached their peak due to the Brexit
Venezuela: What has happened in this week?
International support and refusal to receive humanitarian aid to deal with the crisis are just some of the things that happened last week in Venezuela
Lucetta Scaraffia: the woman behind the Vatican women's magazine
Through a Vatican publication, promoted by Scaraffia, it became known that sexual abuse by priests to nuns still occurs
Colombia: what is the Security and Defense Plan about?
On Wednesday, February 6, Colombian President Iván Duque presented his Security and Defense Plan, what did he point out?
Confirmed second summit between North Korea and the United States
After the visit of US representatives to Pyongyang, they agreed on the dates and location of the second summit between these two countries
A human chain for humanitarian aid
Given Nicolás Maduro's rejection to humanitarian aid, the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, calls for citizenship
Jesús Abad Colorado: 'How many tears haven't been cried for our absent ones"
The Colombian photojournalist held a lecture at the Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, where he spoke about human rights and armed conflict
Brazil and Mexico: what is the balance in their first months of government?
Last year there were elections in two of the most important countries in the region. What has been the balance of these two leaders in their first months of government?
16 years of the attack at Club El Nogal in Bogotá
On February 7, 2003, an attack attributed to the FARC took the lives of 36 people and left more than 200 injured in the Colombian capital
United States: Would there be peace in Afghanistan?
After more than 18 years and more than 2000 deaths, the war in Afghanistan could end if the correct agreements are made
Nicaragua: a reality not very different from Venezuela
Although the eyes are focused on Venezuela, what happens in Nicaragua is not far from resembling the Venezuelan reality, especially with the abuses to citizens
What happened in the visit of Carlos Holmes Trujillo to the United Nations?
The Colombian chancellor visited New York to fulfill his agenda before the UN. They talked about Venezuela and the creation of an international anti-corruption court
Meet Nayib Bukele, new president of El Salvador
Nayib Bukele will assume the presidency next June, thanks the imminent support of the Salvadorans
USA vs Russia: is it the beginning of a war?
The United States and Russia decided to withdraw from the INF treaty, which leads to the start of an armed war
Venezuela: Support, intimidation, censorship, and strategy
From international support to repression, Venezuela seeks a way out of the political crisis
Colombia: US military presence's repercussions
US military presence in Colombia is not new, but the possibility of it increasing due to an eventual military intervention in Venezuela, would bring serious consequences
Today El Salvador will choose president
At this moment the presidential elections are being held in El Salvador
This is what happened in the February the 2nd protests in Venezuela
Yesterday, February the 2nd, the Venezuelan opposition, headed by Juan Guaidó, called again marches in Venezuela. This is what happened
Colombia: the substitution of illicit crops it's not an easy task
The voluntary substitution of coca crops in Colombia requires comprehensive policies and an economic exit that benefits the farmers
El Salvador: these are the proposals of the candidates
In this infographic we tell you more about the candidates for the presidency of El Salvador and wich are their proposals
Trans community: this is the struggle for their rights
From all parts of the world, transgender women fight constantly for their rights making them visible and that they are not violated anymore
US elections: 'Kamala Harris: for the people'
A new contender is thrown into the ring of the US presidential race
Youth and service: This was the visit of Pope Francis to Panama
From January 23 to 27, the Supreme Pontiff was present at World Youth Day 2019 that took place in Panamanian lands
Kidnapping and censorship: 3 journalists arrested in Venezuela
EFE reported the arrest of three journalists in Caracas by the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service
Mahatma Gandhi: 71 years of his death
Despite being remembered as a peaceful leader, Gandhi was also harshly criticized
What will happen to the transgender militaries in the United States?
The Supreme Court of the United States made a decision regarding the recruitment of the transgender militaries, which represents a setback for that community
Geopolitics: the most relevant global risk
In the midst of the World Economic Forum, held in Davos, Switzerland, the report assessing the main global risks was presented
Is Latin Americans' support to Donald Trump growing?
A survey published by the networks NPR and PBS, ensures that the support of the Latin American community to Donald Trump has increased, going from 31% to 50%. What are the bases for that conclusion? ...
Ecuador: Xenophobic outbreaks towards Venezuelans?
Following an episode of femicide, now Venezuelans living in Ecuador will have more control
Russia vs. United States: a fight for Venezuela
Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, said that the United States remains in its warlike expansionism to undermine states that differ from them
Venezuela: Source of frictions in the Security Council
The proclamation of Juan Guaidó created tensions between the US and Russia, and again divided the permanent members of the Security Council into their former sides
January 27: Commemoration Day for the victims of the Holocaust
After 74 years of liberating one of the largest concentration camps, how is anti-Semitism today in Europe?
The longest shutdown in history ends: Trump backs down
El cierre del gobierno termina, pero en el acuerdo firmado todavía no hay evidencia del presupuesto necesario para financiar el muro
Macedonia vs. Greece: will the conflict end?
The dispute between Macedonia and Greece over the change of name of the first country could be coming to an end after 27 years
Theresa May and her beloved Brexit
After two years of negotiation for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, the Brexit has proved to be a headache for Theresa May
Prosur: what to expect from Ivan Duque's proposal?
The president of Colombia seeks to create a regional body that seeks the "defense of democracy"
Donald Trump: 2 years in the presidency
After fulfilling 2 years in the presidency of the United States, these have been 3 of the main actions of the mandate of Donald Trump
United States: crisis in the Women's March?
The Women's March in the United States took place over the weekend, the same day that Trump served 2 years as president, but this time without so much success
Norway and Cuba demand to comply the Protocol with ELN
Before the affirmations of the president Iván Duque to retire of the dialogs of peace with the ELN, Norway and Cuba raised their voices of protest
Juan Guaidó: Venezuela has a new president
Amid the marches of this Wednesday, Venezuela has a new interim president, who has great international support
Which are the worst countries in human rights?
The non-profit organization presented its annual report on human rights in the world. Which Latin American countries failed?
Colombia and Brazil towards the free carrying of weapons?
The right-wing governments of neighboring countries seek to relax the requirements for the possession of weapons, which has generated an extensive debate
This is how the heroin business works
The heroin business, although not as abundant as that of coca, has increased in the last decade
Colombia said no to terrorism
Thousands of people marched today in different parts of Colombia to express their solidarity due to recent acts of violence
The Colombian Post
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