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United States President Donald Trump has changed his stance on the debt crisis of Puerto Rico since the disaster that hurricanes Irma and Maria have caused.

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Washington D.C. held negotiations to reform the North Atlantic Fair Trade Agreement (NAFTA), while US business leaders will meet in Mexico City with their sector counterparts and their allies in the government to discuss ways to defend the agreement.

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Friends of the Inter-American Democratic Charter met to “promote a peaceful electoral process,” a month prior to the Nicaraguan municipal elections.

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Venezuela, a country with the largest oil reserves in the world, is on the brink of a complete economic collapse through hyperinflation, food and medicine shortages, protests, and major debt.

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The United States has indefinitely suspended the issuance of visas to Cubans from its embassy in Havana, withdrawn 60% of the embassy personnel, and asked Americans not to travel to Cuba.

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Forced to leave their homeland because of a lack of opportunities or to pursue their goals, Guatemalan migrants maintain contact with their home country and many closely follow the latest developments that have taken place at home.

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The United States government has recently passed a total ban on travel by citizens to North Korea and Chad, with travel restrictions to Venezuela, Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Yemen limited to officials and their families.

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Thus far, in 2017, United States foreign policy towards Latin America has reflected President Trump’s campaign promises.

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After hurricanes in the United States left approximately one million vehicles in a state of “total loss,” there is concern that many of them may arrive in Paraguay to be resold.

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Eulogio Del Pino, Minister of Oil in Venezuela, accused the US of attempting to destabilize oil prices.

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