Mexico to Host 'Pink Tide' Summit for New Latin America's Leftist Leaders

Mexico to Host 'Pink Tide' Summit for New Latin America's Leftist Leaders

Mexico is set to host a summit that will convene recently elected members of a "pink tide" of leftist Latin American leaders.
Hugo Carvajal: Ex-Venezuelan Spy Chief Wanted on U.S. Drug Trafficking Charges Arrested in Spain

Hugo Carvajal: Ex-Venezuelan Spy Chief Wanted on U.S. Drug Trafficking Charges Arrested in Spain

Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spy chief wanted on U.S. drug trafficking charges, was arrested in Madrid, Spain on Thursday.
Edgar Ramirez Begs People to Get COVID Vaccines After 5 Loved Ones Die

Edgar Ramirez Begs People to Get COVID Vaccines After 5 Loved Ones Die

Actor Edgar Ramirez is pushing for more people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 after losing five loved ones to COVID-19 this year.
Venezuelan Couple Rescues Injured Sloths, Nurses Animals Back to Health at Home Shelter

Couple in Venezuela Rescues Injured Sloths, Nurses Animals Back to Health at Home Shelter

The Venezuelan couple, who rescued an injured sloth a year ago, has opened a shelter for vulnerable animals in Caracas, Venezuela.
Colombia President Ivan Duque’s Helicopter Hit by Gunfire Near Venezuela Border

Colombia President Ivan Duque’s Helicopter Hit by Gunfire Near Venezuela Border

A helicopter carrying Colombia's President Ivan Duque was hit by gunfire while the aircraft was flying near the border with Venezuela on Friday.
Copa America: Bolivia and Chile Announces More COVID-19 Positive Football Players, Staff, Amid Tournament

Copa America 2021: Bolivia and Chile Announce More COVID-19 Positive Football Players, Staff Amid Tournament

More COVID positive patients rise, related to Copa America, as Bolivia and Chile announced cases from their team.
Copa America: Brazil Opens Football League With a Win Against Venezuela

Copa America: Brazil Opens Football League With a Win Against Venezuela

Brazil scored 3-0 against Venezuela, sealing their win on Copa America 2021. The match happened at Mane Garrincha Stadium in Brasilia.
Copa America 2021: 12 People Players, Staff from Venezuela’s Football Team Tested Positive for COVID-19

Copa America 2021: 12 Players, Staff Of Venezuela Football Team Tested Positive for COVID-19

Twelve players and staff from Venezuela football team tested positive for COVID, the day before the match against Brazil in Copa America 2021.
Smugglers Drop Mom, 2 Kids From Atop 30-Foot Border Wall by Rope: Border Patrol

Smugglers Drop Mom, 2 Kids From Atop 30-Foot Border Wall by Rope: Border Patrol

Border patrol agents witnessed smugglers lowering a woman and two children on a section of a 30-foot border wall last Thursday.
Pro-Choice Demonstrations in Latin America on International Safe Abortion Day

Rape of Venezuelan Teen Sparks Debate on Legalizing Abortion

Together with her mother, the 13-year-old pregnant girl sought out a doctor but the medical practitioner warned her that could put her life in danger. But a concerned former teacher of the girl provided pills that induced an abortion.
Nicolas Maduro Offers Oil to Pay for COVID Vaccines

Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro Offers Oil to Pay for COVID Vaccines

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has presented an alternative way to pay for COVID-19 vaccines as his country faces a second wave of coronavirus.
Venezuelan Migrants Given Temporary Status, Allowing Thousands to Work and Live Legally in the U.S.

320,000 Venezuelan Migrants Given Temporary Protected Status

The U.S. government is allowing hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans the chance to stay and work in the U.S. legally, given the temporary protected status.
Venezuelan Migrants Stranded in Bogota as Maduro Restricts Returns During Coronavirus Pandemic

Venezuela to Use Russian, Chinese Coronavirus Vaccines

Venezuela is planning to use Russian and Chinese vaccines for its citizens, said President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday.
File photo of USS Nitze pictured in New York Harbor

Venezuela Accuses US of Provocation as US Navy Ship Sails Near Coast in 'Freedom of Navigation' Operation

The move comes a day after an Iranian ship docked at the Latin American country's port.
A fuel dispenser machine is fixed at a gas station in Caracas

A Dollar for Half a Pint: In Venezuela, Record Gasoline Prices Make It Out Of Reach

In Venezuela, residents have to line up for days for a slim chance of getting a few pints of gasoline following years of economic collapse and hyperinflation.
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Cuban Doctors Explain How the Maduro Administration Coerced Venezuelan Voters Through Medical Missions

Among the many issues that threaten Nicolás Maduro’s legitimacy as Venezuelan president now includes accounts of Cuban doctors that explain how their medical missions involved methods of coercion in favor of the country’s Socialist Party.
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