Latin America in short: Peru with a possible new president and Sergio Ramos leaves Real Madrid

Pedro Castillo and Sergio Ramos
Find out about the most important news of the week in matters of politics, environment and sports

"I Have Third Grade Kids With Panic Attacks": Schools in Latin America Struggle With the Pandemic

Student boy looking at his computer
This Week Children Returned to Schools in Some Cities Of Mexico, But Not All Countries Have Been Able to Return to School

Infographic: Is Duque's Police Reform Enough For Colombian Protesters?

President of Colombia, Iván Duque
The Colombian Executive Proposed a Series Of Changes To Their Police. Will This Be Enough To Lift the Strike That Has Been Going On For Almost 50 Days?

What is the IACHR and what can it do on its visit to Colombia?

Man wearing a garment with the initials IACHR
The visit of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to Colombia is seen by alternative sectors as the only form of justice

Opinion: 5 reasons why Colombia and Venezuela must restore relations

Flag of Venezuela and Flag of Colombia
The normalization of binational relations could bring benefits for both countries

A turn to the right: This is Guillermo Lasso's plan for Ecuador

Guillermo Lasso
The recently inaugurated president of Ecuador oozes neoliberal pragmatism

Santa Fe defeated, Santrich discharged and other news this week

River and Santa Fe players and Jesus Santrich
We bring you our summary with the highlights of this week

Colombia: Who elected the strike committee?

Unemployment Committee after the meeting at Nariño's house
This is how the group that is negotiating with the Government of President Iván Duque was formed

Ospina: a politician of heights

Mariano Ospina Pérez
April 9, 1948 will go down in history as the day that Colombia and democracy defeated communist totalitarianism
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