Venezuela intelligence agents raid Guaido offices: opposition

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Agents from Venezuela's Sebin intelligence service have raided the offices of opposition leader Juan Guaido while he is travelling in Europe, an...

Venezuela’s Guaido in Colombia to meet with Pompeo

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Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido surfaced in Colombia on Sunday to meet with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as his power...

Brazil fires top culture official over Nazi-linked comments

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Outrage rained on Brazil’s government from across the political spectrum after the culture secretary used language similar to that of Nazi propagandist...

Brazil’s tribes stride into digital age to defend their culture, forests

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In the 1980’s Brazil’s first indigenous Congressman, Xavante chief Juruna, went around with a recorder to tape conversations with other politicians because...

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Colombian police thwarted an assassination attempt against Rodrigo Londono, former commander of the demobilized FARC rebels better known by his nom de...

Bolivia exiled ex-president Morales calls on radio for armed militias

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Bolivia´s exiled former president Evo Morales on Sunday defended a call he made for the formation of armed groups, a recording of...

Venezuela’s Guaido calls for more protests against Maduro

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Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday called for more protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro in the wake of...

Three years after $1 billion Venezuela deal, U.S. oilfield firm shuts doors

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An Oklahoma oilfield company that played a central role in Venezuela’s high profile attempt to convince the world it could halt production...

Venezuela’s ruling Socialists seize congress, defiant opposition re-elects Guaido

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Venezuela’s socialist government installed a new head of Congress on Sunday after armed troops blocked opposition legislators from entering parliament, in a...

Bolivia’s electoral court sets election rerun for May 3

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A rerun of Bolivia’s election has been set for Sunday May 3, the president of the country’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal said on...

Traveling to The Driest Spot on Earth – The Atacama Desert

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The Amazon Rainforest sees more than 9 feet of rain each and every year; the Atacama Desert receives 0.04 inches. The 40,600-square-mile...

Indigenous History of Colombia

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