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Ecuadorians Decide on New Leaders and Government

Nearly 13 million Ecuadoreans are expected to go to the polls Sunday to vote in a key election for a new president and National Assembly, as well as a referendum on tax havens

Presidential Elections Drawing Close in Ecuador

Next February 19, citizens will choose the new President, Vice President, 137 national and provincial assembly members, and five Andean parliamentarians

Oscar López Rivera Will Complete Sentence in Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican independence fighter was transferred to his native country to complete the sentence which ends next May 17

Jovenel Moise Sworn in as Haiti’s New President

Jovenel Moise was sworn in as the president of Haiti Tuesday morning, following an extended, complicated and violent two-year election cycle

Venezuela Still Willing to Hold Talks with Opposition

The Venezuelan government has accepted to continue talks to resolve differences and establish a common policy for peace and economic development

Treasure Hunter to Raise British Warship Potentially with Wold Worth £1bn

An Argentine treasure hunter aims to raise a British warship which sank off the coast of Uruguay more than 250 years ago, in hopes of uncovering its cargo – thought to be of gold worth £1 billion

Ecuador Creates Plan to Protect Its Migrants Living in US

After U.S. President Donald Trump announced strong anti-immigrant policy, Ecuador is fighting back

USA: Donald Trump Criticizes Major Newspapers

US President Donald Trump criticized the New York Times and Washington Post newspapers, among the country’s most influential and important media

CELAC Fifth Summit Ends with Adoption of Political Declaration

The Fifth Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) concludes today in this eastern city of Dominican Republic, with the adoption of a political declaration and other special pronouncements

Peña Nieto Cancels Meeting with Trump in the White House

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto informed through Twitter that he will no travel to the White House next week to meet with his United States counterpart Donald Trump

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