The National Constituent Assembly has approved the proposal made by Diosdado Cabello. Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly, ANC, member Diosdado Cabello has proposed that presidential elections in the South American country be held before April 30. "For the month of April, new presidential elections will be held in Venezuela," Cabello told the ANC. The ANC has since approved his proposal. The official also commented on recent sanctions imposed by the U.S. government on Ve
The Amazon, highland and coastal regions of Colombia have the highest rates of deforestation in the country. Illicit crops, mining, a lack of state regulation and little environmental protection are contributing to the rise in deforestation in Colombia, which rose 44 percent in 2016.
Deforestation in the South American country increased from 306,497 acres in 2015 to 441,322 acres in 2016, Semana Sostenible reported. The Colombian government's goal is to reduce the size of d
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to deliver a speech on U.S.-Cuba relations at the Manuel Artime Theater in Miami, Florida, U.S., on June 16, 2017. | Photo: Reuters
This marks a rollback of the celebrated deal between President Castro and President Obama to thaw relations.Fulfilling his campaign promise to reverse the previous Obama administration's re-engagement with Havana, U.S. President Donald Trump has outlined his hardline Cuba policy.
In a speech at the Manuel A
Originally posted on Mint Press News, March 11, 2013
Two extremely important events have taken place in Latin America in past few weeks. Of course we all know of the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, but there has been little attention paid to what’s taking place in Argentina.
A trial that began last Tuesday, March 5, in Argentina, is poised to reveal new details about how six Latin American countries coordinated with each other in the 1970s and 1980s to eliminat