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‘Marichuy’ takes a run at Mexican presidency

A native Nahua healer, long-time supporter of Zapatista rebellion, and a renowned spokesperson for Mexican indigenous rights, Maria del Jesus Patricio Martinez is the...

Mexican officials scramble to deal with Trump’s election as U.S. president

Mexico City –  The morning after the citizens of the United States elected Republican Donald Trump as the country’s 45th president, elected officials and...

Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles refuses to throw in towel

Venezuela’s opposition leader refused to acknowledge the result of the country’s presidential election today after Hugo Chavez’s chosen successor claimed victory by an unexpectedly...

Venezuela’s Maduro bids to be new ‘Christ of the poor’

There will be two names on the ballot papers when Venezuelans go to the polls this Sunday, but it is a third that lingers...

Violence – and Hugo Chavez – loom large over race for...

Hugo Chavez has gone but he continued to cast a long shadow over the race to decide who will succeed him as President of...

The ghost of Chavez haunts Venezuela’s election

Being dead hasn't stopped Hugo Chavez from dominating the ongoing elections to replace him in Venezuela. The presidential candidates are doing little to focus on...

Politicking begins as Venezuela mourns

Caracas was experiencing business as usual yesterday after the news that Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez had died following his fourth cancer surgery in two...

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The cultural chorus of Mexico City’s streets

The sounds of Mexico City are distinctive and varied, but there’s one that stands out above the rest, and can strike at any time:...