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Venezuela Has Inflation of 305% and "Hunger Protests;" Former Bolivian President Evo Morales Accused of Fueling Deadly Protests in Peru; Maduro Seeks to Create "Bloc" of South American Countries Supporting Russia and China and Other Stories: InterAmerican Watch Newsletter

Analysis The dark intentions of Evo Morales in Peru: fuel protests, dominate the south of the country and seek to legitimize Runasur Despite the fact that the former president of Bolivia is prevented...

 

Detained Peruvian President Encourages Violent Protests on Twitter; Venezuelan Gold Used to Finance Hezbollah; Former President and a Governor Arrested in Bolivia and Other Stories InterAmerican Watch Newsletter

Analysis Daniel Ortega, the dictator who for 27 years has kidnapped the Presidency The history of the last 50 years of Nicaragua cannot be told without mentioning Daniel Ortega, the eternal "leader"...

 

Does Organized Crime Rule the Americas; Attacks on Journalists in Bolivia Rise 130%; Hidden Anti-Semitism in Cuba and Other Stories: InterAmerican Watch Newsletter

Analysis Evo's advice for Castillo, the coca plantations and the exit to the sea Castillo managed, in the 16 months that he was president of his country, to put into practice the recommendations that...

 

China Fishes Extensively in South American Waters; One of Largest Investment Funds Leaves Argentina;

China's Hunger for Fish Increases in Latin America China's fishing activities from January to May 31, 2022, near the exclusive economic zones of Ecuador, Peru, and Argentina, were four times greater...

 

Haiti in a Downward Spiral; Strikes Continue in Bolivia; Crime Law Threatens Freedom of the Press in Colombia; Invalid Elections in Nicaragua and Other Stories: InterAmerican Watch Newsletter

Analysis What Lula's victory in Brazil means for Latin America Lula's victory in Brazil could mean many things: A mockery of justice, a story of redemption, hope for the people, a democratic setback,...

 

Trouble in Santa Cruz, Colombia Increases the Price of Imported Clothing, Wave of Violence in Ecuador and Other Stories

Bolivia Civic determine indefinite unemployment throughout the country by the census in 2023 Citizens from all over the country met yesterday (Wednesday) and decided to give the Government 72 hours...

 

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