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On March 22, nine Bolivian citizens, including two military officials, were detained at the border between Bolivia and Chile, accused of violent robbery, arms carrying, and smuggling. They have yet to be released.

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From 2010 to 2016, the number of Cuban residents in Mexico grew by 560%.

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The comments of Diego Fuentes, Ecuador’s Vice Minister of the Interior, regarding the arrest of Carlos Pareja Cordero and his son Carlos Pareja Dassum, have sparked controversy and drawn indignation from Peruvian authorities.

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Their crusade seeks to sensitize the population and Internet users of the world about the situation of the Bolivian nationals.

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Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, stated he hoped Peru would soon expel Carlos Pareja Cordero, who is wanted for corruption charges in Ecuador.

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Chancellor Rodríguez of Venezuela has announced that the country will leave the Organization of American States (OAS) following high-level discussions condemning the situation in the Caribbean country. 

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A certain strain of political thought is permanently embedded in public discourse about Ecuador and its civilian revolution, and it is making its way to Venezuela.

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The Comunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños (Celac) had an unusual meeting on Tuesday in San Salvador to address support for a dialogue in Venezuela between the government and the opposition.

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An international organization says that Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador must declare themselves in emergency and request international support.

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The sleepy volcanic island of Amapala, located in the Gulf of Fonseca, is slated to become the next focal point of foreign investment in Honduras.

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