ISIS: a worldwide threat

ISIS: a worldwide threat

According to experts, terrorist attacks perpetrated by the terrorist group will increase due to their loss of their territory in Syria and Iraq

Sandy Hook mass shooting triggers weapons purchase

Sandy Hook mass shooting triggers weapons purchase

A study reveals that purchase of weapons increased after gunfire in elementary school

Catalonia: parliamentary elections will be held in December

Catalonia: parliamentary elections will be held in December

The future of the Spanish region will be decided this month with the aim of resuming the functions of the regional legislator  

El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala possess the capacity to equip each gang member with seven pistols

Gunrunning: a regional security issue

El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala possess the capacity to equip each gang member with seven pistols

Joint military exercises: more tension in the Korean peninsula?

Joint military exercises: more tension in the Korean peninsula?

The Chinese government has made it clear that it does not support tension in the region

Ibero-American Award for Education

Ibero-American Award for Education: a recognition for human rights

Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, and El Salvador are the winners for their initiatives regarding human rights

‘Foreign agent’ media law in Russia: A threat to free speech?

‘Foreign agent’ media law in Russia: A threat to free speech?

As far as it is known, these requirements do not interfere with the broadcast or issuance of any of the media channels 

Yemen: humanitarian aid is on its way

Yemen: humanitarian aid is on its way

The decision to partially lift the restriction on Sana’a’s airport and some seaports was made after international pressure was applied

A slave market in the 21st century?

A slave market in the 21st century?

Authorities have already started looking for those responsible

Excessive violence in Mynamar: when will it stop?

Excessive violence in Mynamar: when will it stop?

UN officials have described the situation in the Asian country as “textbook ethnic cleansing” against Rohingya Muslims

Venezuelan refugees in Colombia: A social problem for the host country?

Venezuelan refugees in Colombia: A social problem for the host country?

 Is the South American nation ready to tackle the financial consequences that come with helping its neighbors? 

Why aren’t Colombians celebrating?

The oldest guerrilla in Latin American handed over their weapons but the citizens of Colombia don’t seem to be too thrilled

Understanding the teachers strike in Colombia

In March 2017, a series of debates took place between Fecode and the Ministry of Education. 

Peru and Colombia stand with Mexico

Peru and Colombia vowed to stand with Mexico as the country faces an uncertain economic future and grapples with a crisis with the United States just days into US President Donald Trump’s administration.

Venezuelans pour into Colombia, desperate for medical care they can’t find at home

Venezuela’s stunning economic collapse — going from one of the hemisphere’s most prosperous countries to the region’s basket case — is starting to have ripple effects in neighboring nations.

Venezuela reopens Colombian border — just as abruptly as it closed it

In the latest whiplash policy decision, Venezuela reopened the border with Colombia on Tuesday, just days after it had announced the 1,274-mile frontier would be closed until Jan. 2.

Venezuela closes border with Colombia 'to destroy mafia'

Venezuela has closed its border with Colombia for 72 hours in the latest measure to combat smuggling gangs.

Uribe demands overhaul of a “weak” deal

Colombian President Santos said peace with the FARC rebels is “close,” but his top opponent demanded an overhaul of a “weak” deal rejected by voters in a referendum.

These are Latin America's Green Awards

Last week the best 500 projects of the region were showcased.

Pope and the UN might be in Colombia's peace tribunal process

The Colombian government and FARC unveiled the independent mechanism for selecting judges for special peace tribunals, in which they will seek to enlist the participation of Pope Francis and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Venezuela and Colombia to partially reopen border

Colombia and Venezuela have agreed to partially reopen their border, almost a year after it was closed.

The town who says no to mining

The people of Tasco in Colombia are refusing the reopening of an iron mine in their region after they've become aware of its consequences. 

Top
We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details…