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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...

Colombia Death Toll Could Rise Higher

Colombia Death Toll Could Rise Higher
Published on Apr 02 2017 // Breaking News, Colombia, Features, News, South America, Top Stories
The devastation after intense flooding caused the Mocoa, Mulato and Sangucayo rivers in Colombia to burst their banks. (Instagram image) By NAN Contributor News Americas, BOGOTÁ, Colombia, Mon. April 3, 2017: The death toll in the March 31, 2017 Colombia flooding and landslide disaster could rise higher,...

Colombian Citizens Nabbed With Heroin In Whiskey Box

By NAN Contributor News Americas, JAMAICA, N.Y., Mon. Mar. 3, 2017: Two Colombian citizens now face narcotics smuggling charges and are being prosecuted by the New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor’s Office after being busted by U. S. Customs and Border Protection officers at JFK International...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Students take part in a protest against Venezuelan President Nicola Maduro on the main highway in Caracas on March 30, 2017. Venezuela’s Supreme Court took over legislative powers Wednesday from the opposition-majority National Assembly, whose speaker accused leftist President Nicolas Maduro of...

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos

Caribbean & Latin America Week In Photos
Men try to clean up mud and water from their house after a sudden flood in city of Huarmey, 300 kilometers north of Lima, Peru on March 22, 2017. The climate phenomenon of El Nino was causing the muddy rivers to overflow all over the Peruvian coast, isolating communities and neighborhoods. Thousands...

It’s Not That Happy In The Caribbean

It’s Not That Happy In The Caribbean
By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Mar. 21, 2017: The Caribbean may have sea, sun and sand and be a holiday destination many love but it’s not that happy according to the World Happiness Report 2017. Only two Caribbean nations made the top 50 list of the Happiest Countries in the...