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January 28, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA HONDURAS: The Mexican National Migration Institute deported 240 Hondurans in two planes departing from Toluca yesterday. This comes after a caravan of mostly Honduran migrants failed […] Read More >
January 27, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA PERU: Voters elected a new Congress yesterday, after President Martín Vizcarra dissolved the legislative body in September. Peruvians are legally required to participate in elections, and […] Read More >
January 24, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA PUERTO RICO: Several hundred Puerto Ricans protested outside the Capitol building in San Juan on Thursday and marched to the governor’s residence, known as La Fortaleza. […] Read More >
January 23, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA REGION: For the fourth consecutive year, Latin America has dropped in the Democracy Index. The Economist’s Intelligence Unit creates the report annually by analyzing each country’s […] Read More >
January 22, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA BRAZIL: Brazilian prosecutors denounced U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald yesterday, accusing him of participating in phone hacks of authorities tied to the corruption investigation of former President […] Read More >
January 21, 2020 > Staff
TODAY IN LATIN AMERICA UNITED STATES: The New York Times reported yesterday that the Department of State has linked Russian Twitter accounts to protests across Latin America in fall 2019. […] Read More >