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The former guerilla fighters, ex-FARC Mafia, have devised a new form of financing their criminal activities after they hijacked 11 vehicles carrying a consignment of contraband goods. The hijacking has also exposed a loophole in...
Currently, Russia’s rapidly growing demand for mussels has been a huge source of income for Chilean suppliers. Despite rough procedures, a representative from the industry said that completing the products can still be continued.According to...
Guatemala Attorney General Thelma Aldana made noise four years ago when she led an investigation that resulted in the then-president being ousted. Her success has served as hope to the citizens who desire a corrupt-free...
Argentina’s Supreme Court has released a decision regarding the schedule of former president Cristina Fernandez’s corruption trial to be delayed a bit further.The trial, which has been initially scheduled for May 21, was decided to...
One of the major food banks in Colombia is appealing to the locals and organizations for help and support in their quest to serve thousands of less fortunate people in the country. Archdiocesan Food Bank Executive...
Mexico may have been getting tourists for a different reason than what most people would think. People have been calling it “medical tourism” as thousands of people go to Mexico to have their medical treatments...
A man in Peru got arrested for sending threats to State Sen. Sue Rezin's office. It was on a Monday night when the police department of Peru responded to a report made by the office of...
Flights, both passenger and cargo, between Venezuela and the United States of America are suspended. The US halted all kinds of air transport to the South American country, Venezuela, due to security reasons. Right now, Venezuela...
The road is always a dangerous place and is very prone to vehicular crashes. This is the reason why drivers must always pay attention to the street and prioritize the lives of the passengers. However,...
As constitutional courts are concerned, close relatives of leaders involved in coups are not allowed to serve as president. Zury Rios, the daughter of Guatemala’s ex-dictator leader Efrain Rios is now being under the topic...
Upon his travel to the US in mid-March, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has engaged in talks with the Trump administration in order to resolve issues that revolve around one theme: Venezuela. Here lies the question:...
According to an official note, the Ecuadorian government has allowed a search of one of the rooms which Assange used in the Ecuadorian embassy. It has also agreed to release all of the documents both...
Argentinian president, Mauricio Macri, had declared a 48-hour period of national mourning after legislator, Hector Olivarez, has been declared dead from the injuries obtained during the mafia attack.Three days earlier, a shootout happened that took...
The discovery of 45 bodies at clandestine burial sites in Mexico was confirmed today. The officials uncovered 30 cadavers in the northern state of Sonora and 15 more bodies were discovered under the patio of...
Who would have thought a mere hacker would find his way into the business world. Ron Gula’s career journey can be compared to a scene from James Bond.Ron Gula spent his earlier years at the...
Carmen, 48 years old, is no stranger to the difficulties life has to offer, seeing as she grew up in the streets.  She had been selling fruits most of her life when more than a...
The cooperation agreement between the National Bishop’s Conference and Chile National Prosecutor was canceled after critics claimed that it entitles the church privileges and protection against abuse cases.On April 30, the agreement was signed to...
Juan de Leon Gutierrez attempted to migrate to the United States via the borders near Honduras. The 16-year-old son hoped to join his migrant brother in the US.The boy left their small town of Tizamarte...
Visa-free entry was granted to passport holders of the United Arab Emirates and Peru who wish to travel between the two nations.The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Yacoub Yousef Al Hosani, and...
The US imposed monetary sanctions on Venezuela in August 2017, restraining its access to the United States commercial markets.  After that, Venezuela’s economy and oil industry collapsed. Expert Mart Weisbrot, assistant director of the Jeffrey...
Tourism Tech Adventure arranged by the World Tourism Organization occurred in Colombia. It attracted around 700 participants from around the globe. The Colombian government also provided significant support for the event to come about. Among...
Schools around Peru face the pressure of not being able to accommodate the flood of Venezuelan refugee students. Officials say that over 34,000 of the children are expected to enter public school by March. Already,...
In the United States, about 12, 0000 people have been diagnosed with glioblastoma – the most common type of brain cancer. Half of the patients diagnosed with glioblastoma die within 15 months of diagnosis because...
The College Boreal’s charitable mission is moving towards Guatemala. Included on this trip are the school’s staff member and students. They departed last April 25, 2019. With the partnership of non-religious group The God’s Child...
The Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd provides investments to Argentina’s mobile banking service Uala, according to the founder of the group, Pierpaolo Barbieri. They intend to collaborate with the social media giant to help...
Miles away from Venezuela, affiliates of the expanding diaspora are busy utilizing the latest technology to fight the nation's humanitarian crisis. Julio Castro said he was amazed by the ability. He had attended a San...
Mexico’s government-owned oil company says it minimized fuel theft 79% during the first quarter, but oil production reduced and money loss continued. Tuesday’s results shown on the stock exchange indicate a net loss of 1.84...
Students from the Department of Social Work and School of Nursing from Western Illinois University took part in an educational spring break tour. The group comprised of seven scholars from nursing, two faculty members and...
The Chilean Tribunal for the Defense of Free Competition (TDLC) gave its verdict on a car cartel case which started in 2015. NYK and MOL were fined with $9.1 million, whilst exempting or acquitting for...
Stringent U.S. restrictions on Iranian oil set for May are augmenting to a wealth of factors restraining global supply of heavy-medium crude, hiking prices for limited barrels, and establishing a stand-off among buyers and sellers....