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Venezuelans are transforming the El Avila National Park into a public bathroom after the country was hit by a power crisis which affected the delivery of public utilities including water. Every day, hundreds of people in Caracas are leaving the city and trekking up on Avila’s winding trails to take a bath, wash clothes, and bring a good amount...
Thelma Aldama, 63, Guatemala’s presidential candidate and former attorney general, receives an arrest order from a Guatemalan judge, citing the charges of embezzlement, lying, and tax fraud.According to a Supreme Court official, Judge Victor Cruz issued the warrant on the grounds of corruption inquiry involving hiring. Aldana, who is currently in El Salvador capital, denied the charges and plans...

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U.S. Secretary of State Visits Venezuelan Migrants in Colombia

In Cucuta, Colombia, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited a migrant center that held Venezuelan migrants that fled the country...
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