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Members of the opposition, including judges and mayors, fled in fear of persecution by Nicolás Maduro’s Venezuela.

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The International Court of Justice (CIJ/ICJ) re-opened a Latin American border dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua at its headquarters in The Hague.

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Colombia sent a letter to the Venezuelan foreign ministry to protest the Venezuelan military’s border violation in the department of Norte de Santander.

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The bridge would have connected Brazil and Paraguay.

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The hopes that a prosperous Brazil could give a hand to the Argentine economy have completely vanished, and in its place, an inverse phenomenon appeared.

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Marcelo Odebrecht, the Brazilian executive of Latin America’s largest construction conglomerate, has confirmed that his company financed the 2011 Peruvian presidential campaigns of then-candidates Keiko Fujimori and Ollanta Humala.

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The President of the organization Transparency International, José Urgaz, who has participated in corruption investigations in his native Peru, visited Guatemala to expose entrepreneurs to a new culture of integrity.

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Chileans are criticizing Miss Chile, Valentina Schnitzer, for supporting Bolivia’s calls to reclaim access to the sea. In the face of such criticism from her homeland, which blocks Bolivian ocean access, Schnitzer has stood her ground politically.

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Information from the Banco Central del Paraguay (Central Bank of Paraguay) indicates improvements in the Argentinian economy and projects incremental increases of commercial interaction between the neighboring countries of Paraguay and Argentina.

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Odebrecht, the giant Brazilian construction company, remains under investigation for corruption by Switzerland, Portugal, and eight countries of Latin America.

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