Posts By: Staff

Colombian former president said gov. officials warned him of a plot against his life

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA Right-wing opposition Senator and former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe Vélez claimed yesterday that government officials warned him of a plot against his life last week. Former […] Read More >

U.S. announces the end of temporary protected status for Hondurans

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA HONDURAS-U.S.: The Trump Administration announced on Friday the end of temporary protected status for Hondurans in the United States, thereby requiring an estimated 57,000 people to either […] Read More >

Brazilian raid targets $1.6 billion money-laundering ring

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA BRAZIL: Dozens of people were arrested in Brazil and Uruguay yesterday in a massive raid targeting an international money-laundering scheme that authorities said moved $1.6 billion […] Read More >

May Day marches in Honduras turn violent

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA HONDURAS:  About 20,000 people, including ousted president Manuel Zelaya, marched in capital city of Tegucigalpa on May Day. The protests turned violent and anti-riot police used tear […] Read More >

Trump delays decision to impose import tariffs on steel and aluminum

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA Facing a self-imposed deadline, late on Monday the Trump administration pushed the decision to impose tariffs to U.S. imports of steel and aluminum from the European […] Read More >

In Haiti Cholera victims have only received 2% of promised U.N. relief aid

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA HAITI: Haitians suffering from cholera caused by United Nations peacekeepers have only received two percent of promised relief funds halfway through the fund’s projected three-year term, […] Read More >

Migrant caravan turned back at packed border crossing

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA MEXICO/U.S.: Between 150 and 200 Central American migrants reached the U.S. border Sunday after an arduous journey through Mexico, only to be turned away at the […] Read More >

63 dead in Nicaraguan protests, 15 disappeared: Rights group

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA NICARAGUA: An independent human rights group claimed yesterday that security forces killed 63 people during nationwide protests that started last week. According to the Permanent Commission […] Read More >

European authorities may be investigating alleged money laundering by Mexican presidential candidate Anaya

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA MEXICO: European authorities are investigating an alleged money laundering scheme set up to support  Ricardo Anaya, Mexican presidential candidate for a coalition that includes his center-right […] Read More >

Three kidnapped Mexican film students confirmed murdered by Jalisco cartel

TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA MEXICO: New findings revealed by Jalisco’s attorney general office late Monday show that three missing film students from Guadalajara—the capital of the state—were abducted, killed and […] Read More >