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Pentagon Official says around ten Americans “have died because of” detainees released from Guantanamo.

Pentagon Official says around ten Americans “have died because of” detainees released from Guantanamo.

Around ten Americans “have died because of” detainees released from the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, a Defense Department official said Wednesday. The comments, from special envoy Paul Lewis, came…

Historic: In UN, Uruguay´s Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa highlighted The Americas as a zone of peace.

Historic: In UN, Uruguay´s Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa highlighted The Americas as a zone of peace.

  January 26th , 2016.-  In a UN Security Council session described as  “historic”  by its participants, the 15-member organ presided this month by Uruguay, adopted unanimously last Monday ,…

Report.- Risk Rating Kidnapping in Mexico and regions of the world acc to german agency.

Report.- Risk Rating Kidnapping in Mexico and regions of the world acc to german agency.

EXOP’s Kidnapping Risk Overview provides a short global overview and trend about the kidnapping risk for foreigners and local staff of international companies and organisations. The Center for Research &…

Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina hails major Caribbean human rights advancement

Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina hails major Caribbean human rights advancement

350,000 people have regularized their documentation in the Dominican Republic No outstanding cases of statelessness yet verified by the UNHRC President commits to resolve any remaining and properly documented cases…

How to tackle being kidnapped.

How to tackle being kidnapped.

Kidnappings are a distressing experiences for all involved, but if handled professionally from the onset, an agreement will be reached, a ransom paid, and the hostage will be safely released.…

U.S. & Cuba´s opening move.

U.S. & Cuba´s opening move.

Last december, Cuban President Raul Castro  and U.S. President Barack Obama agreed to an exchange of prisoners being held on espionage charges. In addition, Washington and Havana agreed to reinitiate diplomatic relations…

Research indicate Transnational Organize Crime expanding in Latin America

Research indicate Transnational Organize Crime expanding in Latin America

Organized crime is expanding its tentacles throughout Latin America, and wherever it arrives people flee. In El Salvador, street gangs force people from their homes. In Colombia, a place already…

Russia announced Naval Bases in LatAm: Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

Russia announced Naval Bases in LatAm: Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

  According to RIA Novosti, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Russia is looking to build military bases in Vietnam, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, the Seychelles, Singapore and several other countries. GO…

Press Freedom: The Americas second best in the world, says Reporters without Borders. Mexico an exception.

Press Freedom: The Americas second best in the world, says Reporters without Borders. Mexico an exception.

The 2014 Press Freedom Index made by Reporters without Borders , rates media freedom during 2013 in 180 countries based on violations including deaths, attacks, abductions, exile and censorship of journalists, and by…

Corruption impact LatAm, says U.S. 2014 Human Right Report.

Corruption impact LatAm, says U.S. 2014 Human Right Report.

The 2014 Human Rights Practices report emphasizes the impact of corruption in most Latin American countries, but in particular in countries where organized crime has a strong presence such as Mexico, Guatemala and Colombia. In Mexico,…

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