Former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva of the leftwing Workers' Party (PT) edged the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro of the rightwing Liberal Party (PL) in Sunday's elections by 48.42% against 43.21% of the votes, which shows a divided country after weeks of violent incidents related to the electoral campaign.Add your comment!
An Argentine white helmet mission to assist Honduran victims of recent rainstorms has been deployed to the area, it was reported Sunday in Buenos Aires.Add your comment!
Ecuadorian women took to the streets during the weekend to protest against the 206 femicides already recorded in the country during 2022 in the aftermath of María Belén Bernal's murder.Add your comment!
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) was hospitalized in January due to a serious health crisis that had been kept secret but became public Friday after confidential documents were accessed by hackers who leaked them to the press.Add your comment!
Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega Wednesday dubbed Chilean President Gabriel Boric Font a lapdog of the US administration and insisted it had become fashionable to request the release of political prisoners in his country.Add your comment!
Venezuela's military strength in the northernmost Paraguaná peninsula on the Caribbean seashore has been upped Thursday as President Nicolás Maduro urged authorities from the Dutch territories of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao to join efforts against drug trafficking in the area.Add your comment!
Venezuela's Ambassador to Guyana Carlos Amador Pérez Silva and Labor Minister Joseph Hamilton discussed the status of Venezuelan migrants and possible measures that can be taken to improve their living conditions.Add your comment!
Hurricane Ian left Cuba with no electricity Tuesday night as it caused major damage to the island's network on its way to Florida. Only the few who have access to gasoline-powered generators were spared from the full-scale blackout.Add your comment!
Thousands of Colombians took to the streets Monday to protest against the reforms proposed by President Gustavo Petro, a former guerrilla leader who came into power less than two months ago.
With over 66% votes in favor, Cubans have approved through a referendum the introduction of same-sex marriage and other novelties, the Electoral Council announced Monday. The agency also considered the trend to be irreversible. Cuban President Miguel Díaz Canel said that justice has been done. The new legislation will replace the norms dating back to 1975.