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Constituent Assembly leader and political ally of President Maduro met last month in Caracas with a Trump emissary. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #NicolasMaduro
 
In a city this polluted, the sprawling Chapultepec Park is a lifeline to nature and clean air.
Mexico City 'green lung' wins Large Urban Park Gold Award
#LatinAmerica #Mexico #Environment
 
For most people in Mexico, eating bugs has become normal and vendors seem to always have new recipes to offer. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Environment #Food
 
With the demonstrations growing louder by the day, he must also put an immediate end to state repression. #Honduras #HumanRights #AmnestyInternational #LatinAmerica
 
Over the last decade, Norway has donated more than $1.2bn to the Amazon Fund, which protects the Brazilian rainforest. #Environment #Brazil #Norway #LatinAmerica
 
Maracaibo, which was once the capital of Venezuela's oil industry, is facing a severe lack of services and needs. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela
 
Latin American countries, once relatively open for Venezuelans, introduce new restrictions for migrants and refugees. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #Peru #Migrants #HumanRights
 
Demonstrators in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro denounce decision in July to cut $87m from budget for school textbooks. #Brazil #JairBolsonaro #LatinAmerica
 
Rights group say Colombia unprepared to deal with another humanitarian crisis as new wave of Venezuela migrants arrive. #Colombia #Venezuela #LatinAmerica
 
Chile regarded as Latin America's most stable economy, but has seen sharp rise in unemployment as exports to China takes a hit. #LatinAmerica #Chile #Business&Economy
 
Opposition leader Juan Guaido says president eyeing early elections, as rival Constituent Assembly holds meeting. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #JuanGuaido #NicolasMaduro
 
Already facing a severe economic crisis, Venezuela is struggling to deal with higher than global average teen pregnancy rates. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #Health
 
Trained surgeon and former head of country's prison system campaigned on the issue of fighting crime and corruption. #Guatemala #LatinAmerica
 
With more than half of the vote counted, opposition receives 47 percent of the vote, against the incumbent's 32 percent. #Argentina #LatinAmerica #MauricioMacri #CristinaFernandezdeKirchner
 
Sandra Torres, of centrist National Unity of Hope, running up against Alejandro Giammattei, of right-wing Vamos party. #LatinAmerica #Guatemala #Elections
 
The Venezuelan government sells boxes of subsidised food but they are not arriving fast enough. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #HumanRights
 
A number of opinion polls predict a close fight between incumbent Mauricio Macri and challenger Alberto Fernandez. #Argentina #LatinAmerica
 
This Sunday, August 11, Guatemalans go to polls to choose their next president. #LatinAmerica #Guatemala #Elections
 
Protesters are angry that the bill has not been formally withdrawn. #LatinAmerica
 
US President Trump to impose new round of tariffs on China, as other countries start to benefit from row. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Business&Economy #TradeWar
 
Report says many crimes go unpunished and accuses the government of not meeting its obligations to protect civilians. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela
 
Discovery of bodies in three different sites appears to be part of a turf war between rival drug gangs, prosecutor says. #Mexico #LatinAmerica
 
Sanctions will worsen situation for millions in terms of access to food and health, human rights chief says. #Venezuela #LatinAmerica #UnitedNations #UnitedStates #NicolasMaduro
 
Desertification or land degradation already affects more than 500 million people in the world's poorest countries. #LatinAmerica #Peru #Environment
 
'The problems we face today are not the sanctions, it's the dictatorship,' opposition leader Guaido says in an interview. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #JuanGuaido #NicolasMaduro
 
Negotiations scheduled in Barbados on Thursday and Friday shelved as Caracas blames US president for latest impasse. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #NicolasMaduro
 
Juan Orlando Hernandez denies accepting bribes from drug gangs to win power six years ago amid increasing protests over corruption. #LatinAmerica #Honduras
 
Analysts say crippling sanctions will only make people poorer and more dependent on the Venezuelan government. #Venezuela #LatinAmerica #JuanGuaido #NicolasMaduro #UnitedStates
 
US asset freeze is an attack on private property, could bring additional hardship to Venezuelans, vice president says. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #Business&Economy #UnitedStates
 
Two priests and a gardener face to 50 years in jail on charges of sexually abusing deaf students in Argentina's Mendoza. #Argentina #LatinAmerica #Vatican #PopeFrancis
 
First ever expanded sanctions against a Western Hemisphere government in over 30 years similar to those faced by Cuba.
Trump imposes economic embargo against Venezuela
#US&Canada #LatinAmerica #Venezuela
 
UN calls move 'a very important step' in guaranteeing 'the complete protection' of the children of Venezuelan parents. #LatinAmerica #Colombia #IvanDuque #Venezuela
 
Mexico's insect tourism is drawing in thousands of visitors to witness a rare light show put on by fireflies. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Environment
 
US authorities say they will seek death penalty for suspect, 21-year-old Patrick Crusius of Allen, Texas. #Gunviolence #UnitedStates #LatinAmerica #US&Canada #Mexico
 
Delivery apps have generated much-needed jobs in Argentina that are currently going through an economic crisis. #LatinAmerica #Argentina
 
Mexico, considered one of the most dangerous countries to be a journalist, has witnessed 10 such deaths this year. #Mexico #Journalism #Drugs #Drugcartels #LatinAmerica #JournalismIsNotACrime #Media
 
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has halved his salary, sold the presidential plane and flies economy. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #AndresManuelLopezObrador
 
Ricardo Galvao leaves post after right-wing Jair Bolsonaro criticised data showing accelerated Amazon deforestation. #Environment #LatinAmerica #JairBolsonaro
 
Argentine captain suspended and fined $50,000 for alleging bias at Copa America, South American football body says. #Football #Argentina #LionelMessi #Sport #LatinAmerica
 
Mexico has had the most murders recorded in its history, with more than 17,000 people killed in the first half of 2019. #LatinAmerica #Mexico
 
Plan fails as Chinese financier lost most of his billions before the work could start. #LatinAmerica #Nicaragua #Politics
 
Without offering detials, opposition envoy says talks between Guaido and Maduro representatives will resume this week. #LatinAmerica #Venezuela #NicolasMaduro #JuanGuaido #Russia #Peru
 
Critics of President Obrador have called the auctions a populist measure. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Politics
 
The agreement forces Central American migrants to apply for asylum in Guatemala instead of the US. #LatinAmerica #Politics
 
Global Witness finds Guatemala experienced sharpest increase in number of land, environmental defenders murders in 2018. #HumanRights #Guatemala #Environment #LatinAmerica
 
Officials say clashes broke between organised crime groups early on Monday at the Altamira prison in northern Brazil. #LatinAmerica #Brazil #Prison
 
Justice secretary says she has no interest in position as political turmoil over the island's next leader deepens. #PuertoRico #LatinAmerica
 
Anti-corruption icon Sergio Moro was lionised by Brazil's news media. Now he is fighting for his political life. #Media #Brazil #Corruption #JairBolsonaro #LatinAmerica #Journalism #Crime
 
Mexico calls on the US for greater investment to improve conditions in the countries where migrants originate. #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Politics
 
Newly signed agreement for those seeking asylum in the US is met with outrage among activists and former officials. #Guatemala #LatinAmerica #UnitedStates #Migrants #US&Canada
 
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