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Caribbean Governments Slammed On Twitter For Venezuela Govt. Support At OAS

Caribbean Governments Slammed On Twitter For Venezuela Govt. Support At OAS
This image from Venezuela En Cola on Twitter sums up the feelings of many Venezuelans on the Caribbean support of the Nicholas Maduro government of Venezuela at the OAS. (Twitter image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. June 22, 2017: The Venezuelan Nicholas Maduro government may...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Brazilian soldiers stand guard in front of a damaged government ministry building after President Michel Temer ordered troops to guard government buildings following yesterday’s violent protests on May 25, 2017 in Brasilia, Brazil. Temer revoked his order today amidst criticism the order was overblown...

Brazil Is the Site of the Most Important Internet Event in Latin America and the Caribbean

Published on May 23 2017 // Brazil, Breaking News, Latin America, News, South America
FOZ DO IGUAÇU, Brazil, May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The promotion of integrated efforts at developing the Internet in Latin America and the Caribbean was prominently underscored during the first day of sessions of the meeting LACNIC 27, being held May 22-26 in Foz do Iguaçu. The...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Two of Maucho’s cubs play with their mother in the Buin zoo, 40 km south of Santiago, Chile on May 4, 2017. Surgery to reverse the lion’s vasectomy made it possible for him to breed again, after a pioneering medical procedure that could help the reproduction of endangered species. (Photo...

Meet The Victims Of The Venezuela Protest

Meet The Victims Of The Venezuela Protest
An injured opposition activist is assisted after clashes with riot police at the Central University of Venezuela during a protest against the government of Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on May 4, 2017. (Photo credit: FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images) By NAN Contributor News Americas, CARACAS, Venezuela, Fri....

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Venezuelan opposition activist is arrested by National Guard during a highway takeover in Caracas, on April 26, 2017. Thousands of people continue to protest in the streets of Caracas while Venezuela withdraws from the OAS in the midst of one of the greatest governance crisis in history. (Photo by Carlos...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Demonstrators assist an injured man after clashes with the riot police during a protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on April 20, 2017. Venezuelan riot police fired tear gas Thursday at groups of protesters seeking to oust President Nicolas Maduro, who have vowed new mass marches...

Thousands Of Haitians Still Stuck In Mexico Says Top Actor

Thousands Of Haitians Still Stuck In Mexico Says Top  Actor
This picture posted by Jean Louis shows hundreds of migrants at the Iglesias Quadrado sleeping on the floor in a crowded room. (Twitter image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. April 18, 2017: Some 4,000 Haitians are still stuck in Tijuana, Mexico after failing to benefit from a...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Venezuelan opposition activists continued their protests in Caracas against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on April 6, 2017. The center-right opposition vowed fresh street protests -after earlier unrest left dozens of people injured – to increase pressure on Maduro, whom they blame...

Trump Administration Looks To Remove Those “Bad Hombres” Faster

Trump Administration Looks To Remove Those “Bad Hombres” Faster
By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 7, 2017: Governments, especially those in Latin America and the Caribbean, had better put in place systems to deal with more criminal deportees from the U.S. quickly. The Trump administration this past week announced plans to remove those...