The Trump administration has taken an aggressive position on Venezuela ever since entering the White House.
Álvaro Uribe is a part of the country’s current opposition party.
For a number of reasons, the job of revitalizing a psychology of liberation seems particularly pressing at the moment.
Pence’s Last 24 Minutes of His Speech to the OAS Confirmed That US Wants to Shove Latin America Back to the Right
We’ve heard this all before.
President Trump and his supporters argue that the conditions in Honduras have improved since the hurricane and emphasize that the protections were never meant to be permanent.
Investigators are still working to serve all 53 arrest warrants,
Anti-riot police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse rock-hurling protesters who were decrying what they see as a fraudulent presidential election late last year.
The administration also said that it had reached tentative agreements with Argentina, Australia and Brazil.
The Caribbean nation was free of cholera until a group of United Nations peacekeepers accidentally dumped infected waste into a river while providing relief after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
Organizers told media that the migrants would be camping immediately outside the crossing in groups of 20.
Ask yourself if you are really standing with the oppressed when many of the ones inspired by this struggle are the historical oppressors.
Led primarily by students, protests broke out last week in response to a government-backed pension reform.
The institutionalized violence and insecurity in Central America, backed by the United States, have forced us out of our countries of origin.
European Authorities May Be Investigating Alleged Money Laundering by Mexican Presidential Candidate Anaya
Ricardo Anaya and the PAN have denounced the investigation as a plot by current president Enrique Peña Nieto and his party.
To avoid getting deported, or breaking any laws within the United States, he is seeking asylum from El Salvador.
The case resonates with the 43 disappeared students in the southern state of Guerrero in September 2014.
Race is still a taboo subject. Nonetheless, as Marielle Franco exposed in her work, skin color dramatically impacts safety in Brazil.
A single mother of two, Francia Márquez Mina led a successful fight to reverse a multinational gold mining concession that would have forced the relocation of her home town of La Toma.
“When white supremacists run the government, it’s each of our responsibilities to show that they don’t speak for us.”