Tuesday, May 30, 2017
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Chile attracts Haitian migrants
Milo Milfort

More and more young people want to leave the country as a result of the persistent socioeconomic crisis.

“I left Haiti all because of unemployment. I studied veterinarian sciences, but I was not able to find work. They made me renounce my Christian faith in order to go sell lottery tickets to support myself and my family. Despite all this, I could not bring in enough,” reminds to Latinamerica Press 42 year old Faniel Pierre, from Fort Liberté in northeastern Haiti, one of the poorest regions in the country. Pierre now lives in Chile, the new El Dorado of Haitian migration.see more
PERUVenezuelan migrants in pursuit of better opportunities
Graciela Ramirez Ramirez
Political and social crisis in their native land force thousands of Venezuelan citizens to abandon their country.. see more
HAITILe Chili attire les migrants haïtiens
Milo Milfort
Beaucoup plus de jeunes veulent laisser le pays en raison de la crise socio-économique qui persiste.. see more
ARGENTINAHuman rights at the crossroads
Latinamerica Press
Government enacted a law against the Supreme Court ruling that would reduce prison terms to those sentenced for crimes against humanity.. see more
VENEZUELACountry in dispute
Lívia Alcântara
Forces from the right, the left, domestic, international, Chavista and non-Chavista are disputing the course of the country.. see more
LATIN AMERICAFreedom of the press under scrutiny
Latinamerica Press
UNESCO alerts on the growing media concentration while journalists are victims of attacks.. see more
VENEZUELAPaís em disputa
Lívia Alcântara
Forças de direita, de esquerda, nacionais, internacionais, chavistas e não chavistas disputam o rumo do país.. see more
THE CARIBBEANPlans to address climate change
Latinamerica Press
Caribbean nations design systems and strategies to minimize adverse effects of climate change.. see more
LATIN AMERICAIncreasing land concentration
Latinamerica Press
Region has the world’s greatest inequality in distribution of land.. see more
PERUCoastal El Niño has passed but its aftermath remains
Ramiro Escobar
Intense warming of the waters along Peru´s coast highlights the lack of preparation and risk management.. see more
LATIN AMERICAIn brief
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Latin America, Mexico, Paraguay. see more
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