Putin and the four Latinos
Vladimir Putin’s relations with Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia are not based on ideological issues but on economic matters.
Bukele militarizes municipalities to contain his popularity decline
For the government’s opponents, this showy display is a new staging by the president, who is very adept at making grandiose gestures that, although attracting attention, do not guarantee any improvement in the insecurity situation.
Guatemalan garbage affects Honduran coastline
Masks, containers and all types of waste that have been washed down the Motagua River along the Guatemalan territory arrive in coastal and tourist areas of Honduras, especially during the rainy season.
Juan Orlando Hernández, from Olympus to the Abyss
The Honduran Supreme Court of Justice appointed as judge for the case a magistrate closely related to the former president’s entourage and his judicial tricks to persecute and silence his enemies.
Xiomara Castro’s Governance Starts with a Controversial Amnesty
The Congress approved an amnesty law for political prisoners, exiles and persecuted activities against the illegalities of past governments. However, an insufficiently clear article could include in the amnesty those who have committed acts of corruption.