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Synthetic biology makes ecologists dream … and tremble

The film Jurassic Park (1993) made human beings dream of the possibility of resurrecting species.

Brazil: Bolsonaro’s controversial presidency

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro is railing against the country's electoral system after his supporters rallied to defend him from a political establishment he claims is stacked against him

Nicaragua orders arrest of prominent writer

Nicaraguan prosecutors on Wednesday ordered the arrest of an award-winning novelist who used to be an aide to President Daniel Ortega, making him the...

Top Mexico court rules criminalizing abortion unconstitutional

The unanimous vote opens the way for women across Mexico to access abortion without fear of being prosecuted and potentially imprisoned.

In world first, bitcoin becomes legal tender in El Salvador

El Salvador on Tuesday became the first country in the world to accept bitcoin as legal tender, despite widespread domestic skepticism and international warnings of risks for consumers.

Costa Rica suffers week of near-record Covid cases

Throughout the entire pandemic, Costa Rica, a country of just over 5 million inhabitants, has accumulated 478,144 cases and 5,642 deaths related to the virus.

Taiwan warns Honduras against ‘flashy, false’ China promises

Taiwan warned Honduras against "flashy and false" promises by China after the Latin American nation's main opposition party vowed to switch diplomatic recognition to Beijing.

Colombian photographer documents world’s largest variety of butterflies

Like the more than 3,000 species of butterflies in Colombia, agronomist Juan Guillermo Jaramillo underwent his own metamorphosis several years ago, as his passion...

Nicaragua to prosecute more Ortega opponents

Nicaraguan authorities on Friday said they would prosecute three arrested presidential hopefuls for treason, a day after they said top presidential hopeful Cristiana Chamorro...

El Salvador’s Bukele gets greenlight to run for re-election

El Salvador's top court Friday said populist President Nayib Bukele would be allowed to run for a second term, despite the country's constitution prohibiting...

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