Saturday - Sep 22, 2018

Latin Briefs

  • Peru’s Electoral Board rules in favor of presidential candidate

    Peru’s Electoral Board rules in favor of presidential candidate

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Lima´s Special Electoral Board decided in favor of the continuity of Keiko Fujimori´s presidential run, by ruling that she did not violate the law while presiding over an act in which money was handed out. In a statement announced early today, the court ruled that the request for exclusion

  • First flight for direct Postal Service with EE.UU. arrives in Cuba

    First flight for direct Postal Service with EE.UU. arrives in Cuba

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The direct postal service between the United States and Cuba was resumed today with the arrival to the Island of the first flight from US territory. The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations Director General for US Affairs, Josefina Vidal, reported on her Twitter account @JosefinaVidalF that this was the

  • Activist claims that Berta Caceres’s  murderers are free in  Honduras

    Activist claims that Berta Caceres’s murderers are free in Honduras

    by the El Reportero’s wire service Mexican environmentalist Gustavo Castro Soto, key witness in the murder of Honduran leader Berta Caceres, reported today that the hitmen who killed social activist remain at large. The indigenous and environmental leader Caceres was killed at close rang three days ago at her home, in the southwestern department of

  • The CHC  leaders condemn the continuous attachs of the Republicans on the Latino  community

    The CHC leaders condemn the continuous attachs of the Republicans on the Latino community

    Hispanic Caucus on GOP’s Amicus Brief against Immigration Executive Actions by El Reportero’s wire services Washington, D.C. – The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) released on March 2, the following statements condemning Speaker Paul Ryan’s announcement that House Republicans will force a vote on a resolution authorizing the filing of a legal brief that supports halting the

  • Mexico and the U.S. reach agreements for orderly repatriation

    Mexico and the U.S. reach agreements for orderly repatriation

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The Foreign Ministry of Mexico called historic the negotiation that led to agreements with the U.S. for ‘’decent, safe and orderly repatriation of Mexican nationals’’ it was known here today. Both sides finished in El Paso, Texas, the review process and signing of the Local Arrangements of Repatriation at

  • Mexico and the U.S. reach agreements for orderly repatriation

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The Foreign Ministry of Mexico called historic the negotiation that led to agreements with the U.S. for ‘’decent, safe and orderly repatriation of Mexican nationals’’ it was known here today. Both sides finished in El Paso, Texas, the review process and signing of the Local Arrangements of Repatriation at

  • New cut means bad news for Petroleus  Mexicanos

    New cut means bad news for Petroleus Mexicanos

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) prepares as of today to carry the load of the Budget cut deciuded by the government to face the adverse world economy environment and the devaluation of the peso. At its worst moment and despite the energy reform introduced by the administration of President Enrique Peña

  • Nobel winners claim impartial investigation on the Iguala case

    Nobel winners claim impartial investigation on the Iguala case

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Six female Nobel Peace Prize winners urged the Mexican government to fulfill its commitment to investigate ‘’in an impartial and independent way’’ the Iguala case, it was known today. In a statement released here, these international personalities said that it is ‘an important test of Mexico’s commitment to justice’,

  • First group of Cuban migrants in Mexico heading for the U.S.

    First group of Cuban migrants in Mexico heading for the U.S.

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The group of 180 Cuban migrants that received special permission of entry from the Mexican government, continues today, now on their own, their trip in direction to the border of the United States. “They are on their own”, said a source of the National Institute of Migration (INAMI), an

  • Ex officials arrested for civil war killings in Guatemala

    Ex officials arrested for civil war killings in Guatemala

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Reports Associated Press: Prosecutors on Wednesday announced the arrest of more than a dozen former military and government officials for alleged crimes against humanity committed during Guatemala’s civil war, and initiated human rights proceedings against an ally of President-elect Jimmy Morales. Among the 14 people detained was Benedicto Lucas