The colonial version of this conflict, which predominates in Latin American media, places our region in front of the Ukrainian mirror.
Former official of the Organization of American States (OAS) analyzes the regional organization’s impasse in regard to the Nicaraguan crisis.
“The already existing poverty was aggravated by the pandemic. We saw people getting desperate, they had nothing to eat…”
Eta & Iota destroyed their communities and forced dozens of indigenous people to migrate to where people don’t speak their language.
The ruling comes after years of advocacy by survivors & supporters. The women weren’t able to file criminal complaints until 2011.
Maldonado is the second journalist killed in Tijuana in less than a week. On January 17, photojournalist Margarito Martínez was shot dead.
A month ago Moises Davila thought he would die in front of his children. He was about to cross the Rio Grande to touch US soil…
On Sunday, the Honduran parliament, split into two separate blocs, held two separate ceremonies to ratify their new Congressional head.
Gabriel Boric: “Today a new chapter in our democratic history begins. We are not starting from zero, we know that there is a history…”
Feminist & LGBTQ+ rights advocates took to the streets of Juárez denouncing rising femicides & the recent killing of a same-sex couple.