Central American Countries Demand Info on Separated Children
Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador have requested information on migrant children still separated from their families. Hundreds of minors are still detained despite the deadline established by US Justice.
Zimbabweans Go to Polls Next Monday
Zimbabwe holds general elections next Monday, the first ones after four-decades-leader Robert Mugabe was ousted. International Commission of Jurists member Arnold Tsunga described what the process means for the future of the country.
Campesinos to Be Freed in Paraguay
Ten campesinos imprisoned over the Curuguaty massacre in 2012 are about to walk free. The court judged there were flaws in the investigation.
AMLO to Work With UN to Promote Human Rights
Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced his future government will ask for the United Nation's help to promote Human Rights. Amlo emphasized the promotion of rights for women and children.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador Elected as President of Mexico
Mexico elected left-wing candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador as the next president in a historic election. López Obrador won over 53 percent of the votes, according to the latest figures by the national electoral institute. ...
Andrés Manuel López Obrador Will Seek Reconciliation as President
Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he will seek reconciliation among all Mexicans during his term. López Obrador vowed to hound corruption and impunity, and to build a new era in the country's history.
Neighborhoods in Nicaragua Organize to Bring Peace to Their Country
Until April 18, Nicaragua was recognized as one of the safest countries in Latin America, peaceful atmosphere that was broken after the protests against Daniel Ortega government's began.
Thousands of Polls Open With an Hour Delay
The electoral day started with a setback as thousands of polling stations opened with more than an hour's delay. Ciro Murayama, from the National Electoral Institute, said that "everyone will be able to vote".
Mexican Presidential Candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador Votes
The front runner in Mexico's presidential election Andrés Manuel López Obrador, was the first candidate to cast his vote in the country's general elections. López Obrador arrived at the Tlalpan polling station an hour before ...
Victims of State Crimes Support Petro Candidacy in Colombian Election
Victims of state crimes announced they will support the candidacy of Gustavo Petro in the name of peace, justice, truth, reparations and guarantees of rights.