Latin America News Dispatch
“Music and art always held the role of strengthening people, and since we never had created a song before we felt like it was time to try something new and unexpected,” Papel & Caneta spokesperson André Chaves said in an interview with LAND.
The attack at the Santander General School may have been a suicide bombing, an act of violence that would be unprecedented in Colombia’s history.
The opposition-controlled legislative body approved tentative resolutions in an effort to promote a transitional government.
Brazilians will no longer have to explain their desire for a gun to a police official, and each person can own four guns, up from two.
Since his trip to Chile last year, the Vatican and the Chilean Church have taken steps to ameliorate the scandal.
Venezuela’s National Assembly president Juan Guaidó, accompanied by his wife Fabiana Rosales gestures before a crowd of opposition supporters during an open meeting in Caraballeda, Vargas State, Venezuela, on January 13, 2019. (Photo by Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images)
The governments of Paraguay and Peru announced they will withdraw diplomats from Venezuela.
Organized gangs drill roughly 42 illegal taps into government pipelines daily, costing the country $3 billion per year.
What is unprecedented, authorities say, is the number of women and children arriving at the border, many seeking legal asylum in the country.
“Nicolás Maduro doesn’t know the constitution, and he doesn’t know the laws,” Christian Zerpa said.
These actions elicited praise from Jair Bolsonaro’s supporters and investors but enraged members of the opposition.
While the program was supposed to create new opportunities for sustainable development, it has also destabilized an already precarious “post-conflict” transition.
The policy, which is expected to face immediate legal challenges, would apply to migrants who arrive at or between official ports of entry but not to Mexicans applying for asylum nor unaccompanied minors.
Critics say the agreements could carry conflicts of interest that compromise the presidency.
Nery Caal disputes the claim that his daughter had not had anything to drink or eat.
‘The Fight Belongs to Everyone:’ Former Domestic Workers in Mexico See Themselves in Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA
“So many domestic workers could be Cleo,” said Marcelina Bautista in the offices of Mexico’s first union for domestic workers, Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras del Hogar (SINACTRAHO).
The incident led to the close of the U.S. embassy in Havana.
The vote doesn’t change everything necessarily, “but it is the beginning of a change that we are looking for in Peru,” said President Martín Vizcarra.