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4d ago

U.S. meets Venezuelan officials to express concerns over electoral process

The Biden administration has vowed to reinstate oil sanctions that it suspended in October unless President Nicolás Maduro makes progress on meeting his promises for the July 28 presidential election.
Nicolás Maduro
Nicolás Maduro
4d ago

Argentina's highest criminal court blames Iran, Hezbollah for Jewish center bombing

The court said the attack, which killed 85 and wounded 300 others, came in retaliation for Argentina reneging on a nuclear cooperation deal with Tehran.
The names of the victims of the 1994 AMIA Jewish community center bombing in Buenos Aires.
The names of the victims of the 1994 AMIA Jewish community center bombing in Buenos Aires.

Desperate young Guatemalans try to reach the U.S., even after migrant relatives' horrific deaths 

Among migrants, the largest group of unaccompanied minors has been from Guatemala — nearly 50,000 of the 137,000 encounters recorded by border authorities in the last fiscal year.
Reina Coronado, second from left, with her family in Comitancillo, Guatemala
Reina Coronado, second from left, with her family in Comitancillo, Guatemala
7d ago

Mexico releases video of Ecuadorian police raiding its embassy in Quito

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the video showed the “authoritarian and vile” way police raided the embassy.
Image: policia mexican
Image: policia mexican
7d ago

Children of migrant workers become college-bound tutors under a successful local program

In the mostly Latino and agricultural community of Immokalee, Florida, the Guadalupe Center Tutor Corps program helps high school students apply and be able to afford college.
John Auguste.
John Auguste.
7d ago

Racial diversity among college faculty lags behind other professional fields, report finds

Black professionals in industries like law, science and engineering make up roughly 9.1% of the workforce, compared to 7.1% of college faculty, according to a federal report.
Woman holding pen looking at teacher and students standing in language class
Woman holding pen looking at teacher and students standing in language class
7d ago

Latino students make up most of the nation's growth in college degrees

Hispanics represent nearly 80% of the growth in the number of degrees attained in the last five years, though they still lag behind other groups.
Student silhouette Royce Hall
Student silhouette Royce Hall
7d ago

NYC safety concerns are 'perception versus reality,' police commissioner says

"We have one bad incident, it’s magnified all over social media, and it sets us all back," Commissioner Edward Caban said as city stats indicate overall crime fell last month.
Police Commissioner State of the NYPD
Police Commissioner State of the NYPD
8d ago

Education Secretary Cardona meets with teachers and borrowers as he touts new student debt relief plan

"We’re not done fighting," Miguel Cardona said as he met with teachers who recently obtained debt forgiveness through existing programs after decades of steep payments.
group photo smile happy education secretary teachers
group photo smile happy education secretary teachers
8d ago

As total eclipse nears Mazatlán, banda groups stand their ground amid noise complaints

As the Mexican beach city became a tourist magnet, local bands fought against proposals to limit their music on the beaches, which is a part of the region's culture.
Views Of Mexico's Pearl Of The Pacific
Views Of Mexico's Pearl Of The Pacific
8d ago

In Mexico, 19 feral cats can officially roam the presidential palace fur-ever

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's government have declared the cats roaming the National Palace as “living fixed assets" for as long as the felines live.
Ollin in one of the National Palace courtyards, in Mexico City
Ollin in one of the National Palace courtyards, in Mexico City

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