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UN General Assembly Gets Underway

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 24, 2012: World leaders today called on all states to recommit to the rule of law as...

Mayor of Big Venezuelan City Arrested in Corruption Probe

State security agents have arrested the mayor of Venezuela's third-largest city for alleged corruption after President Nicolas Maduro asked lawmakers to grant him decree...

Chile’s Bachelet Says Patagonia Dams Not Viable

Chile's Michelle Bachelet says she is against HidroAysen, a $7 billion project to power central Chile by damming Patagonian rivers.    

Enrique Zileri, Crusading Publisher in Peru, Dies at 83

Mr. Zileri was the former publisher of the nation’s top newsmagazine, and was deported several times for his criticisms of the government.

8 Things You Should Know About Puerto Rico’s Bankruptcy Filing

By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. May 4, 2017: The Caribbean US territory of Puerto Rico on Wednesday filed for...

Out of the Mental Hospital, and Into the Fray

A growing number of people with severe mental illness, a population that is largely mocked and ignored in Mexico, are pressing for better treatment...

U.S. Expels Two Venezuelan Diplomats

The State Department ordered the expulsion of two Venezuelan diplomats a week after Caracas ordered two American military attachés to leave.

Letter From America: Obama Has Little to Say to the Poor

The president's State of the Union address focused on "middle-class economics" and the "working family," neglecting those with little financial hope.

Fugitive Snowden Likely Venezuela Bound, Says U.S. Journalist

Fugitive former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden will likely accept asylum in Venezuela to escape prosecution in the United States, said Glenn Greenwald, the...

8 Shocking Statistics About HIV In The Caribbean, Latin America

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Dec. 1, 2015: As organizations around the world pause to mark World AIDS Day today...

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