Stories about Latin America from December, 2022
We share some cheerful, curious, superstitious, and adventurous customs from Latin America to say goodbye to the old year and open a new chapter in our lives.
Cultural mediators between the Balkans and the Hispanic worlds are scarce. Elvi Sidheri is one of them. As an Albanian author and translator, he has traveled across countries and literary fields.
"I am a mother raising her child. There was no conception in my womb, but for me, it's really a miracle."
The tune "Abuelalalalalalala" became Argentina's World Cup anthem
"It is as if the heaviness of migratory grief for so many losses and even regrets has been transformed into a source of honor and an impetus of solidarity and brotherhood."
In one of the most violent elections in the country's history, Agência Pública's report mapped and verified attacks against voters, candidates, journalists, and workers at research institutes.
Russian media leverages Latin America's will to move out of the shadow of the U.S. to position its anti-Western narratives.
"The name 'Colmena', for me, represents a commitment to diversity."
The Australian PM has finally talked about Julian Assange ... and while distancing himself from Assange’s well-motivated actions, has said he has raised it with representatives of the US administration.
These assets are considered to provide a safe haven of value in the face of unstable economies.
Focusing on a "stammering" Lionel Messi returns Americans to the colonial status of children.
Alex Saab’s case has become one of the most relevant incidents to understand Maduro’s propaganda machine in Venezuela, and the effect it has on social and political events.
"Most politicians resort to the tactic of hiring an advertising agency to campaign, but the troll center is part of the deal."