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In 2008, after years of running from Colombia's grinding violence, a group of indigenous people, the Inga, bought a 22-acre plot of land on the... [Read More]
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With 99 percent of the vote counted, ruling-party candidate Lenin Moreno won Sunday's presidential race in Ecuador in an election that is being contested by... [Read More]
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Latin America's sway to the right seems to have stalled in this small South American country, with President Rafael Correa's handpicked successor for the top... [Read More]
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Ecuador's ruling party candidate Lenín Moreno on Monday extended his lead over former banker Guillermo Lasso even as the opposition vowed to challenge the results.... [Read More]
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Both sides of Ecuador's heated presidential election were claiming victory Sunday as exit polls gave conflicting results in a race that has been contentious and... [Read More]
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Ecuador's presidential vote Sunday pits two radically different views of the country against each other that will have ripple effects across the region. But it's... [Read More]
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Venezuela's Supreme Court early Saturday reversed a controversial decision that stripped congress of all its powers, as international pressure has been building against the socialist... [Read More]
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Venezuela's Supreme Court Saturday reversed a controversial decision that stripped congress of all its powers, as international pressure had been building against the socialist administration.... [Read More]
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Selena Flores inched her wheelchair through a crowd of chanting and banner-waving supporters in the hope of catching a glimpse of the man she calls... [Read More]
Venezuela's Supreme Court decision this week to effectively dissolve congress may have been a ruling too far — even for staunch government supporters. On Friday,... [Read More]
Venezuela's Supreme Court has stripped the country's elected Congress of any power, raising fears of a final step towards dictatorship. [Read More]
In what Venezuela's opposition decried as a "coup," Venezuela's Supreme Court effectively shut down congress, saying it would assume all legislative functions amid its contention... [Read More]
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress is being effectively shut down after the country's Supreme Court said it would assume all legislative responsibilities amid its contention that legislators... [Read More]
An apparently malnourished African elephant in a Venezuelan zoo — her ribs showing through her sagging skin — has become the latest symbol the deep... [Read More]
An apparently malnourished African elephant in a Venezuelan zoo — her ribs showing through her sagging skin — has become the latest symbol the deep... [Read More]
Ecuador's ruling party presidential candidate has pulled ahead in key polls ahead of the April 2 runoff that will determine the fate of the country's... [Read More]
Venezuela on Thursday filed charges against a gang of children — one who was just 8 years old — on grounds they killed two military... [Read More]
When Inty Maleywa was 23 and still in art school, she went to visit Colombia's largest guerrilla groups with a sketchpad and colored pencils in... [Read More]
Venezuela's food shortages, rampant crime and hyperinflation are taking their toll. According to the 2017 World Happiness Report released Monday, Venezuelans are getting grumpier faster... [Read More]
In response to a bread shortage, the Venezuelan government is detaining bakers and seizing bakeries. [Read More]
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