Today’s featured artist is Laura Murcia from Mexico with the song “Las Curanderas” from the album “Cassette” (2017).
In Puerto Rico, over 4,000 people took to the streets of San Juan Friday to protest worsening power outages and increases in energy costs.
The alliance has shifted the Honduran pre-election scene to open the possibility of the first-ever victory of a left-wing party.
Some Nicaraguans in Costa Rica, fearing for their safety after attacks on several compatriots, now seek protection in third countries.
Today’s featured artist is Silvana Estrada from Mexico with a NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert (2021).
In Chile, opposition lawmakers have launched impeachment proceedings against President Sebastián Piñera over possible irregularities…
Lawmakers in Ecuador voted to open an investigation of President Lasso on whether he broke the law by keeping money in overseas tax havens.
In Honduras, a mayoral candidate for the progressive Libre party has been assassinated less than two months before the November elections.
The system, which began operating in 1985, provides water to 468 families in this and eight other nearby villages.
Claudia Camila from Venezuela took our photo of the day: “Small World” in Caracas, Venezuela