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Cryptocurrencies enter Ukraine conflict

Having evacuated part of his team from Kyiv, Mike Chobanian, boss of cryptocurrency exchange Kuna, is watching the effects of Russia's invasion on his...

Guatemalan Catholics resume processions suspended due to the pandemic

Amid solemn music, pyrotechnics and crowds, Catholic parishioners in Guatemala resumed Saturday the processions suspended in 2020 because of the covid-19 pandemic, which has...

Two Ortega opponents detained in Nicaragua placed under house arrest

Two imprisoned former Nicaraguan diplomats critical of Daniel Ortega's government were granted house arrest due to health problems, at a time when the international...

Ukraine warns of radiation after Chernobyl seized by Russians

Ukrainian authorities warned Friday that radiation levels had increased in the Chernobyl exclusion zone since it was seized by invading Russian troops, however the...

Honduran Environmentalists Released from Jail for Fighting Against Mining Company

Six environmentalists imprisoned for fighting against a mining company exploiting an iron oxide deposit in a forest reserve in northeastern Honduras, in the so-called...

Reactions in Latin America to the crisis in Ukraine

Latin American countries called for a peaceful solution and reacted with some nuances to the conflict in Ukraine. Mexico and Brazil are the two...

El Salvador Inaugurates Veterinary Hospital Built with Bitcoin Profits

The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, inaugurated on Wednesday a veterinary hospital that, he assures, was financed with the profits obtained after the...

El Salvadoran Woman Jailed for Abortion: “I Lost my Youth, my Family”.

Kenia was 17 years old when she suffered a fall that caused her to lose her pregnancy. In El Salvador, where abortion is illegal...

Cubans rally in front of Costa Rican consulate for transit visas

Hundreds of Cubans gathered on Monday near the Costa Rican consulate in Havana, after learning that Costa Rica imposed a transit visa that complicates...

Ex-Guerrilla and Student Leader Critical of Ortega Sentenced to Prison in Nicaragua

Nicaragua's former vice-chancellor Víctor Tinoco and student leader Max Jerez were sentenced on Monday to 13 years in prison for threatening the integrity of...

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