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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]
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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]
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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]
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In response to a bread shortage, the Venezuelan government is detaining bakers and seizing bakeries. [Read More]
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Venezuela, Latin America, bakeries, Nicolas Maduro, bread, shortage, economy, crackdown, bread war, Caracas... [Read More]
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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has a message for U.S. President Donald Trump: "Open your Leez...Open your hair." During a televised speech last week, the socialist... [Read More]
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Facing a bread shortage that is spawning massive lines and souring the national mood, the Venezuelan government is responding this week by detaining bakers and... [Read More]
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Busy selling fruits and vegetables on a recent weekday, Luzmila Mita dug into her apron and pulled out a fistful of coins embossed with the... [Read More]
For more than 50 years, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas have lived in some of the most inhospitable places on the... [Read More]
Bicycles, coffee, medicine, cellphones, aerospace components, petroleum, milk, hotels. Venezuela's state-run companies are producing a dizzying array of products and services, as the socialist administration... [Read More]
The head of the Organization of American States on Tuesday called on members of the Washington-based group to suspend Venezuela, citing the nation's continued political... [Read More]
Bicycles, coffee, medicine, cell phones, aerospace components, petroleum, milk, hotels. Venezuela's state-run companies are producing a dizzying array of products and services, as the socialist... [Read More]
Pope Francis will visit Colombia Sept. 6-10, marking the fifth-time that the Argentine-born leader of the Catholic church will travel to the region. His trip... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Justice will not provide U.S. lawmakers with the names of Ecuadorian officials who might have been implicated in the sweeping Odebrecht... [Read More]
For more than 80 years, this Andean capital has been guarded by a strange array of kitschy castles - brimming with turrets and towers, spires... [Read More]
For more than 80 years, this Andean capital has been guarded by a strange array of kitschy castles — brimming with turrets and towers, spires... [Read More]
Guillermo Lasso, the front-runner in Ecuador's presidential election, says he intends to evict WikiLeaks' Julian Assange from that country's London embassy if he wins the... [Read More]
Guillermo Lasso barely survived the first round of Ecuador's presidential race on Feb. 19, as ruling party candidate Lenín Moreno came within a hair of... [Read More]
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange may be able to keep a diplomatic safe haven after all. Guillermo Lasso, the frontrunner in Ecuador's presidential election, says he... [Read More]
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