Latin America News Dispatch
Two other members of the opposition have been accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars in humanitarian aid earmarked for soldiers who defected into Colombia.
Odebrecht, which employed 180,000 people five years ago, faces a string of financial difficulties since the uncovering of a high-profile corruption scheme.
The elections were marked by allegations of corruption and political uncertainty.
Over 40 Organizations and Three Democratic Presidential Candidates Denounced Puerto Rican Religious Freedom Bill
Governor Ricardo Rosselló withdrew the controversial bill.
The ACLU claims the USCG officers accused the fishermen of drug-smuggling, burned their two-engine boat, ankle-chained them to the cutter’s deck and transferred them three more times to other Coast Guard vessels.
Among the released prisoners, are the foremost leaders of the civic revolt.
The online publication by The Intercept shows how the current Minister of Justice Sergio Moro and other federal judges corresponded.
Thousands of Venezuelans reportedly crossed into Colombia over the weekend through two international bridges near the border.
Experts are calling this the “most important women’s World Cup in history.”
Participants in the national strike, which began on Monday, have been wearing black, which they say symbolizes the “death of public education.”
The American Dream and Promise Act passed 237-187, with seven Republicans representatives joining all House Democrats in its favor.
Yesterday, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that “punitive actions alone will not work” in decreasing migration from Central America.
LGBTQ advocates reported that Johana Medina died in a Texas hospital after being under ICE custody for nearly three months.
The probe into a “politically-connected drug-trafficking operation in Honduras,” carried out by the U.S. Southern Court District of New York, reached some of the president’s closest advisors.
Along the main avenues, activists from feminist collectives, human rights organizations and workers’ associations tended booths and distributed fliers about reproductive rights.
The Ministry of Communications said Cubans would be able to set up Wi-Fi networks in their residences
The country’s public transportation system will be affected nationwide.
The cause of the riots is unknown, although the conflict was led by rival drug factions.
The Peruvian Geophysical Institute (IPG) said the incident was recorded at 2:41 a.m. on Sunday in the Alto Amazonas province, located in the northeastern Loreto region near the border with Brazil.
Puerto Rico will receive a little over $1 billion in disaster relief from the aid package more than a year after Hurricane María devastated most of the island.
President Jair Bolsonaro has been an outspoken critic of the LGBTQI+ community, saying that Brazil “must not become a gay tourism paradise.”