The Vatican received information in 2015 and 2017 that Gustavo Zanchetta had taken naked selfies, exhibited “obscene” behavior and had been accused of misconduct with seminarians.
Just a few feet from where the pipeline passed through an alfalfa field, the dead seem to have fallen in heaps, perhaps as they stumbled over each other or tried to help one another in the moments after a geyser of gasoline shot into the air Friday.
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.
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The far-right leader’s first two weeks on the job have been filled with missteps and communication gaffes and little of his promised sweeping changes.
The opposition-controlled legislative body approved tentative resolutions in an effort to promote a transitional government.
Migrants leaving Central America routinely cite widespread poverty, lack of opportunity and rampant gang violence as their motivation.
Reyna’s Perdomo song has become the unofficial anthem of Venezuelans who have left their country.
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.
About 500 people, including dozens of children, lined up to show their documents to a first line of unarmed security personnel at the Agua Caliente border crossing Tuesday night.
Since his trip to Chile last year, the Vatican and the Chilean Church have taken steps to ameliorate the scandal.
It has had a devastating effect on owners and employees of the country’s 24,185 private bed-and-breakfasts and 2,170 private restaurants known as paladares.
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)
Last year, Francis defended a bishop accused of covering for a notorious sexual predator in Chile.
A video circulating on social media purports to show the moment in which Juan Guaidó is intercepted on his way to an anti-government “Citizens’ Meeting” in the port city of La Guaira.
“No one should be ashamed of who they are, what they wear, how they speak.”
The letter, circulating widely on social media, was accompanied by a photograph of judge Rafael Solís Cerda’s government-issued ID.
The governments of Paraguay and Peru announced they will withdraw diplomats from Venezuela.
Seventeen Latin American governments, the United States and Canada rejected the legitimacy of Maduro’s next term in a measure adopted Thursday.
Most voted Republican in midterms, yet support Obama-era policies.