Demonstration Held Against The Current Impeachment Calls For Brazilian President Dilma Roussef

Brazil House Speaker Eduardo Cunha Reportedly Lied About Swiss Bank Accounts

Brazil’s Lower House of Congress Speaker Eduardo Cunha will be facing an investigation regarding corruption allegations. He is involved in the huge Petrobras kickback scheme.
Indigenous Tribes March For Territorial Rights

Brazil's Kaxinawá Tribe Honors its Culture the Coolest Way Possible

Brazil has created a new video game aiming to preserve and promote the country’s indigenous culture. Developers sought the help of anthropologists and members of the tribe for the game.
INYT/Energy Intelligence Oil & Money Conference - Day 1

Colombia Mines & Energy Minister Tomas Gonzalez Resigns

Colombia’s Mines and Energy Minister Tomás González Estrada has resigned from his position. The country is swamped with energy problems due to the drought caused by the El Niño weather phenomenon.
Recent College Graduate Struggles To Find Full Time Employment In Tough Economy

Mexico-based Startup Platzi is Teaching Professional Skills to Latin America One Subscriber at a Time - How This Can Increase Employment Opportunities for Latinos

Gone are the days when people are required to attend tedious classes and undergo physical training to acquire professional skills. With the continuing rise of the digital age, it's no wonder that education platforms are also innovating.
The Changing Face Of Ulaanbaatar

How to Utilize Your Emotional Intelligence to Thrive in Your Career

Emotional intelligence can greatly impact a person’s career and quality of life. Recent studies also suggest that emotional intelligence can be taught and developed.
Electronics Scrap Recycling At Aurubis

Chile-Based Lithium Producer SQM Offers Entire Holding to Interested Buyers

Chile-based lithium and potash producer SQM’s entire holding is up for grabs. The sale is expected to attract numerous potential buyers.
Border Security Unaffected By US Government Shutdown

Mexico Cops Find Mutilated Human Remains in 10 Acid Barrels, 9 Bags

Human remains were found in barrels containing acid in Mexico.
United Airlines Grounds All Flights Worldwide After Computer Glitch

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Returns to Save Ailing Airline

United Airlines will once again have Oscar Munoz as its president and chief executive officer. Even while on recovery, Munoz is performing his duties as the company's CEO.
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El Chapo Paid Mexican Authorities to Facilitate Jailbreak, Daughter Hints

The daughter of Joaquín Guzmán, Rosa Isela Guzmán Ortiz, has claimed that the drug lord paid politicians to facilitate his jailbreak from the Altiplano federal prison in July 2015. Guzmán's dirty money likely ended up in political campaigns.
Economy Continues To Add Jobs At Steady Pace, Unemployment Rate Remains At 6.3 Percent

5 Careers That Could Match Your Skill Set

Here are some career choices that could match your skill set.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' Red Carpet - The 9th Rome Film Festival

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Character Has Puerto Rican Roots in Comics Spinoff 'Guardians of Infinity'

A new Marvel comic book spinoff revealed that “Guardians of the Galaxy” fan favorite Groot has Puerto Rican roots.
President Of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro Meets With United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon

Venezuela Opposition's Official Plan to Oust Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela’s opposition is building up its strategy to oust President Nicolás Maduro before the end of his term.
Brazil Faces New Health Epidemic As Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus Spreads Rapidly

Zika Virus Prevention is up a Notch in Bolivia

Bolivia is practicing Zika virus prevention with a unique approach -- through a song.
President Obama Announces He's Rejecting The Keystone Oil Pipeline

Obama's Cuba Visit May be on the Rocks Due to Kerry's Cancellation

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s cancelled visit to Cuba may also lead to the cancellation of President Barack Obama’s trip to the communist nation.
The Shree Swaminarayan Mandir Celebrates Diwali

Facebook Safety: Why Posting your Children's Photos can be Risky?

France’s national police has warned parents of the repercussions of posting their children’s photos on Facebook.
Cosplay Fans Attend GX Australia Queer Gaming Convention

MIT Media Lab Creates Game with Facial Recognition

Video games can now read players’ emotions.
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Why Former Argentine Nobel Peace Prize Winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel Does Not Want Obama to Visit Argentina on March 24

A former Argentine Nobel Peace Prize Winner disagreed over U.S. President Barack Obama’s planned visit to Argentina on March 24.
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'El Chapo' Asks for Speedier Extradition to the US; Cries Being 'Tortured' in Mexico

Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán wants to be extradited to a U.S. prison as soon as possible due to harsh treatment in Mexican prisons.
Civet Coffee In Indonesia

Nestlé May Have Been Using Coffee Beans Cultivated by Slave Laborers in Brazil

Nestlé and Jacobs Douwe Egberts admitted that their companies may have been using coffee beans cultivated by slave laborers in Brazilian plantations.
First Edition Of Madrid Games Week

Sony's PlayStation Now Adds 10 New Telltale Games

Sony has added 10 new Telltale Games to PlayStation Now.
2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter - Arrivals

How Jennifer Lawrence Stays in Shape Without Dieting

Jennifer Lawrence attributes her slim shape to her trainer and good friend, Dalton Wong.
Immigrants Rally And Hold Boycotts Nationwide

Finally, Justice Is Served for Guatemalan Sexual Slavery Victims in Historic Verdict

Two military officers have been sentenced to prison for sexually enslaving Guatemalan women in the '80s.
88th Annual Academy Awards - Show

A Look at the Latinos Who Made it Big in Hollywood

Latinos have been steadily making names for themselves in Hollywood, both behind and in front of the camera.
Religious Leaders Rally For Immigrant Rights At Capitol

Mexico on Criticisms From U.S. Presidential Campaign Trail

Mexico has a plan on how to address the anti-Mexican tirade currently seen in the U.S. presidential campaign trail.
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Truck Carrying Hazardous Radioactive Material Stolen in Mexico

Mexico is on alert after a truck carrying an industrial device containing hazardous radioactive material was stolen.
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