Latin America & Caribbean
Population of Rio Grande do Sul still faces major obstacles to healthcare access after devastating floods

A health administrator from Rio Grande do Sul analyzes the state’s situation and sees a lack of coordination and the risk of misusing public funds in the upcoming municipal elections

Hurricane Beryl causes vast destruction in the Caribbean

Since its formation on June 28, Beryl has caused severe damage in Grenada, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Venezuela, Mexico, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Venezuelan presidential campaigns kick off

The leading presidential candidates marched through the capital flanked by supporters and gave speeches about their vision for the future

Out LUMA!: Puerto Ricans demand an end to the privatization of energy

The agreement between LUMA Energy and the government of Puerto Rico has not solved its main objective to solve the island’s serious electricity problems

Ecuadorians call for an end to Noboa’s austerity measures

Trade unions and social organizations will take to the streets nationwide to demand that the government reinstate the fuel subsidy.

The ultra-right is governing Argentina. Who is Javier Milei and what is he doing?

Milei and his far-right neoliberal policies represents a radical shift in a country governed by progressivism during the last twenty years

Maduro announces new round of negotiations with US less than one month before Venezuelan elections

The last meeting between the countries was held in Mexico in April; Venezuela rejected US interference in ‘internal affairs’

Peruvian politician Keiko Fujimori is accused of leading a criminal organization

On Monday, Judge Juana Caballero began the trial against former presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori, leader of the political party Popular Force.

Mainstream media reignites “Chinese Spy Base” accusations against Cuba

US corporate media giant The Wall Street Journal has once again leveled accusations that Cuba is hosting Chinese spy bases

Colombian social movements reject US-Colombia military exercises in Pacific Ocean

In a communiqué, the Peoples’ Congress declared that this military action was an attack on the sovereignty and independence of several Latin American countries

Expertise, continuity, and political alignment: Mexican president-elect Claudia Sheinbaum shapes her incoming cabinet

Sheinbaum’s appointees are characterized by meritocracy, continuity from the previous administration, and loyalty to her and MORENA party.

How the Bolivian people defeated the coup

The analyst and politician spoke to TeleSur about what happened on Wednesday in La Paz and what was behind the foiled attempt to subvert democracy