Puerto Rico, a bankrupt island, goes to a plebiscite to find his identity

Puerto Ricans will go today to a plebiscite to determine if the island becomes the 51st state of the United States or if it...

Caguas, in Puerto Rico center, calls for citizen cooperation to separate debris

The municipal administration of Caguas requested the citizens to cooperate by separating the solid waste so as to expedite the collection of these, especially...

Florida congressmen ask Trump to reject Raul Castro’s successor

Half a dozen Republican congressmen from Florida today asked the president, Donald Trump, to reject the successor of Raul Castro who will leave the...

The Caribbean hopes to recover tourism, its main source of income

Many Caribbean islands were severely hit by several hurricanes this season, but little more than a month after two of the most intense, tourism-dependent...

Haitians stranded in Baja California want to “enter Mexican society”

Haitians stranded in the Mexican state of Baja California because of tougher immigration controls in the United States want to "enter society," said Jose...

Democratization of knowledge, challenge of Latin American universities

The Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations will oblige Latin American universities to transform their education policies, democratize knowledge and boost cooperation, said...

The US says Trump’s turn to Cuba is being “widely praised”

The White House said today that the change of policy towards Cuba announced by President Donald Trump on Friday is being "widely praised as...

At least 50 people died in the earthquake that struck southern Mexico

At least 50 people were killed in the earthquake that hit Mexico on Thursday, a magnitude of 8.2 on the Richter scale, local authorities...

In Venezuela, lynchings kill one person every three days: report

By Andreina Aponte | CARACAS (Reuters) - Roughly one person is being lynched in crisis-ridden Venezuela every three days as frustrated residents take revenge on...

US believes ELN guerrilla is “stupid” if peace does not sign Colombia

National Security Secretary John Kelly believes that the National Liberation Army (ELN) is cornered and that Colombia's second guerrilla group would be "stupid" if...

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