News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 10, 2019: Here are the top stories making news from across Latin America for week-ending May 10, 2019:
An Argentina National Deputy Was Shot And Injured By Armed Suspects While Walking With A Colleague.
Edgar Zambrano, the deputy of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has been arrested in Venezuela.
President Macri’s promise to jump-start exports and boost foreign investment in Argentina has so far fallen short.
Donald Trump again declared an “invasion” at the U.S.-Mexico border after the DHS claims some 1 % of Guatemala and Honduras entered.
German Prosecutors have dropped their investigation into Hartmut Hopp, founder of a commune in southern Chile.
Brazil’s President has cancelled a trip to New york This Month after protests from gay rights and environmental campaigners.
A Judicial Investigation has been launched into Bolivia Presidential Candidate Carlos de Mesa.
Paraguay has declared a state of emergency in Asuncion as torrential rains continue to cause floods.
Indigenous people from across Guatemala ended a week-long march on Wednesday against rights violations and corruption.
After a year of protest in Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega’s crackdown on the media continues says Amnesty International.
El Salvador, a country of 6 million people, has one of the world’s highest rates of femicide, according to the UN.
And investigations into the death of former Miss Uruguay Fatimih Dávila Sosa continues in Mexico after she was found hanged.