“Trump’s proposal is an abominable sleight of hand.”
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.
Organized gangs drill roughly 42 illegal taps into government pipelines daily, costing the country $3 billion per year.
Alex Friedmann, associate director of the Human Rights Defense Center, has submitted shareholder resolutions on the subject for a vote at the companies’ annual meetings.
One by one, many of the victims of Latin America’s longest-running armed conflict are providing brutal testimony to a new Special Peace Jurisdiction that is one of the most controversial aspects of the 2016 peace accord between Colombia’s government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
What is unprecedented, authorities say, is the number of women and children arriving at the border, many seeking legal asylum in the country.
The U.N. anti-corruption commission, known by its initials as the CICIG, has angered President Jimmy Morales after it helped investigate him, his sons and his brother on accusations of corruption they deny.
More than 600 fentanyl-related overdoses and 60 deaths were reported in Puerto Rico in 2017, largely before Hurricane María, up from 200 and eight the previous year.
While the program was supposed to create new opportunities for sustainable development, it has also destabilized an already precarious “post-conflict” transition.
In a statement to The Associated Press, spokesman Alessandro Gisotti stressed that the allegations against Gustavo Zanchetta.
In a statement Thursday, the ministry said through its embassy that it lamented any violent acts along its border. It reiterated its commitment to the safety of migrants.
“I’ve made that part of my platform for many, many years,” the 2012 Republican presidential candidate said.
White flowers and flickering candles sat atop a low table inside the simple wooden home in remote, rural Guatemala. Nearby was a small pair of rubber boots, sized to fit an 8-year-old.
An Associated Press photographer witnessed at least three volleys of gas launched onto the Mexican side of the border near Tijuana’s beach early Tuesday.
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In November’s elections, 32 percent of Latinos voted for Republicans, according to AP VoteCast data.
Ruben Garcia of Annunciation House said Thursday that nonprofit groups have had to expand their services because more people are crossing the border and the government doesn’t have the space to hold them.