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Colombia: Why is there a humanitarian crisis and thousands of displaced people in Ituango?

Colombia: Why is there a humanitarian crisis and thousands of displaced people in Ituango?

More than 3,000 people have been forced in recent days to leave the peasant and rural settlements of the municipality of Ituango, in the department of Antioquia, located in northern Colombia, to settle in the urban area of the town, due to the growing hostilities between the army, the police, paramilitary groups and guerrilla fronts


Italo Ferreira: the young Brazilian who surfed poverty to reach the top of the Olympism

Italo Ferreira: the young Brazilian who surfed poverty to reach the top of the Olympism

After a heartfelt hug with two members of his team and many happy tears, Italo Ferreira was pulled out of the water on his teammates shoulders shoulders


Peru: Pedro Castillo’s essential issues in his presidential agenda

Peru: Pedro Castillo’s essential issues in his presidential agenda

Following a long electoral war, Pedro Castillo will assume the Presidency of Peru next Wednesday, July 28


Hundreds of cancer patients in Venezuela could die because of the US sanctions

Hundreds of cancer patients in Venezuela could die because of the US sanctions

A group of rapporteurs and independent human rights experts from the United Nations (UN) warned this Wednesday that «the excessively strict application» of the US sanctions against Venezuela and its State company Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), could cause the death of «hundreds of Venezuelan cancer patients»


René González, one of the five Cuban heroes: «Beyond the legitimacy of the claims of some people, all this is part of an attack against Cuba»

René González, one of the five Cuban heroes: «Beyond the legitimacy of the claims of some people, all this is part of an attack against Cuba»

René González, one of the five Cuban heroes and former political prisoner of the United States, warns that the policy of the White House will be to promote events such as those that occurred on Sunday, July 11, when a series of demonstrations took place, fueled, in part, by a campaign on social networks and […]


Peru: Pedro Castillo is the president, and now what?

Peru: Pedro Castillo is the president, and now what?

The Peruvian electoral authorities finally confirmed the victory of the leftist candidate Pedro Castillo and proclaimed him the president of Peru, after a tense wait of more than a month, that kept the country on the brink of a new political crisis since the second electoral round that took place on June 6


Gold? England’s reasons for not giving it back to Venezuela

Gold? England’s reasons for not giving it back to Venezuela

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom began this Monday to deliberate on the scandalous case of the reserves of 31 tons of gold that Venezuela has in the Bank of England, and which have been in conflict for several years


Deforestation, displacement and crimes: the impact of the pandemic in the South American jungle

Deforestation, displacement and crimes: the impact of the pandemic in the South American jungle

The conditions generated during the Covid-19 health crisis have been used by illegal groups to advance the destruction of forests in South America


Peru: When and what is still needed for Pedro Castillo to be proclaimed as President?

Peru: When and what is still needed for Pedro Castillo to be proclaimed as President?

The leftist leader Pedro Castillo could be proclaimed as president of Peru next week, a few days after his inauguration, once the challenge process filed by his rival, Keiko Fujimori, is finished