Donald Trump Can Mark a Turning Point in US History of Meddling in Latin...

(Q24N) There is a growing expectation among analysts, diplomats and politicians regarding president elect Donald Trump’s policy toward Latin America. Some fear that Latin America will become even more disaffected or that there will...

HSBC’s Latin American Clients with Swiss Bank Accounts

LATIN AMERICA NEWS - Latin America has a ways to go towards greater financial transparency, as indicated in a recent data dump that tracked private HSBC bank accounts in Switzerland -- and the wealth...

Legal Marijuana Takes Root in Latin America

  LATIN AMERICA NEWS (MENAFN – AFP) After Uruguay first moved to legalize marijuana in 2013, the approach has taken root in Latin America with several other countries now considering a revamp of their own...

Cuba’s Raul Castro Calls for Collective Work Against Ebola

LATIN AMERICA  NEWS (Prensa Latina) - The way to avoid negative effects by the Ebola epidemic is the collective work in prevention, said today President of Cuba, Raul Castro, when opening the Special Summit...

Rising Dragon? The Chinese Mafia Threat in Latin America

LATIN AMERICA NEWS -- Chinese mafia operations in Latin America are little understood, but a recent report on these groups in Argentina illustrates how they make their presence felt via extortion, human smuggling rings,...

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Thousands of students, professors, and university directors of 32 public universities in Colombia participated in the National March in Defense of Higher Education to...

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The closure of the Pablo Escobar Museum in Medellín, Colombia, represents a serious blow to the narcoculture that has taken root in the city,...

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In Colombia’s coffee-producing region of Risaralda, small trees run along the sharp incline of the Andes Mountains, carefully tended in tidy rows. Thousands of...

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BOGOTA - Officials from Colombia, Ecuador and Peru will meet in Bogota next week to seek a solution to a growing exodus of migrants...

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Venezuelan women turn to sex work in Colombia

Venezuelan women are being driven into the sex trade in Colombia in order to survive, a Sky News investigation has found. Scores of women were...

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The United States is sending a U.S. Navy hospital ship to Colombia to help treat some of the hundreds of thousands of people who...