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The Wall Street Journal › 2 hours ago
At least half a dozen clean-energy companies are taking legal action against the Mexican government over changes in regulations they say reduce the value of their investments and put the country’s environmental targets at risk.
Al Jazeera › 4 hours ago
Rights groups slam controversial asylum agreement between Guatemala and United States.
The Wall Street Journal › 5 hours ago
Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Bogotá and other big cities, as the antigovernment protests that have roiled countries in Latin America spread to Colombia.
Al Jazeera › 5 hours ago
Indigenous groups, students and labour unions rally against the right-wing government of Ivan Duque.
Fox News › 6 hours ago
After a man got into a car crash in South America, his family apparently presumed he was dead and buried him — before later exhuming him, to confirm whether he actually died in the crash.
Breitbart › 7 hours ago
Nicaraguan Communist dictator Daniel Ortega orders police sieges and mot attacks on protesters at churches and a university.
Al Jazeera › 8 hours ago
The international rights group says rights abuses against protesters 'are not isolated acts'.
Sputnik International › 10 hours ago
Media reports suggest that authorities are deploying 170,000 law enforcement officers to guarantee security as the region is being rocked by massive protests, including in Chile and Bolivia.
Al Jazeera › 10 hours ago
Amnesty International has published a report detailing a range of human rights abuses in Chile since protests started a month ago.
Breitbart › 10 hours ago
An unnamed 11-year-old Venezuelan boy in the state of Anzoátegui accused police of torture, including a severe beating and electrocution.
Al Jazeera › 12 hours ago
As unrest continues to grip cities across Chile, a symbol has emerged, calling attention to the country’s indigenous communities.
Al Jazeera › 12 hours ago
Riot police and soldiers have been deployed and border crossings are closed to prevent foreigners from joining anti-government protests.
The Independent › 14 hours ago
Google Doodle honours campaigner who fought for gender equality
Al Jazeera › 15 hours ago
Morales' supporters blame interim gov't of President Anez as security forces quell blockade at El Alto fuel plant.
Al Jazeera › 16 hours ago
Iconic fashion magazine to shine spotlight on Mexico's Indigenous transgender women with front-page splash next month.
Sputnik International › 21 hours ago
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Bolivia’s interim president Jeanine Anez introduced a draft law on elections in the parliament to lay the groundwork for forming the new Supreme Electoral Tribunal and holding the general election in the wake of resignation...
Al Jazeera › 1 day ago
The death toll since the disputed October 20 election climbs to 32 as security forces and pro-Morales protesters clash.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 day ago
The Colombian government has taken extraordinary security measures before nationwide antigovernment demonstrations set for Thursday, fearing a repeat of what has happened in neighboring Chile.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 day ago
Bolivia’s interim government released an audio Wednesday in which exiled former President Evo Morales appears to be personally coordinating efforts to deprive cities of food and plotting his return to the crisis-racked nation.
Sputnik International › 1 day ago
In what he described as a right-wing coup, Bolivia’s long-time president Evo Morales resigned from his post on 10 November following a disputed presidential election. The United States has since endorsed the opposition that had called for his...
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