Latin America News Dispatch
The announcement arrived after the U.S. Senate passed a border security plan yesterday to avert a government shutdown.
Protesters also decried cuts to public utility subsidies and austerity.
The jury deliberated for over a week as they considered a staggering amount of evidence in the case against Guzmán.
Newsom had first alluded to defying Trump’s orders in his inaugural speech earlier this year.
Bipartisan negotiations might not yield enough funding for President Donald Trump’s physical barrier.
In total, four women have accused the Costa Rican two-term president and 1987 Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual misconduct.
President Nicolás Maduro has continued to deny that Venezuela is facing a humanitarian crisis.
In a scenario that has become increasingly common in elections throughout the hemisphere, an outsider candidate who distanced himself from the political establishment emerged triumphant.
Arias was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987 for being a peace-broker in Central America
Meanwhile, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro ignored the European Union’s request for new elections.
Political Outsider’s Win in El Salvador Presidential Election Marks End of Decades of Two-Party Rule
Bukele, 37, rose through the ranks of the FMLN as the Mayor of Nuevo Cuscatlán (2012-2014) and San Salvador (2015-2018).
The year aims to combat the impending extinction of the world’s linguistic biodiversity—and not only for the benefit of those who speak these languages, but for humanity at large.
The Canadian ambassador will remain in Cuba, and consular services will continue despite the reduction in staff.
Despite the alarming anti-Indigenous measures that the Bolsonaro administration has taken over the past month, the message of the “Red January” protests is one of hope and resilience.
During a press conference yesterday, the leaders of Mexico and Spain acknowledged their willingness to mediate negotiations for Venezuela.
Maduro announced yesterday that he is seeking to expand the presence of local militias in the country to 2 million by mid-April.
The sanctions block all PDVSA property and operations under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibit transactions by U.S. entities.
On Sunday, Maduro stated on an interview with CNN that he will not be calling for early elections.
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with Maduro on the phone to offer his support.
According to witnesses cited in a police report, the hitman did not act alone in the murder of Franco and authorities believe that at least two other BOPE officers were directly involved in the killing.