MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation will allocate $800 million for the economic development and jobs creation in the southeast of Mexico, the Latin American country’s Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, said.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Deliveries of Russian military equipment to Venezuela do not destroy the balance of forces in the region, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Mexican treasury secretary, Carlos Urzua, stood down on Tuesday over conflicting views on economic policies and will be succeeded by his deputy.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Mexican authorities have detained 228 migrants from Central America on their way to the United States, Mexico's Secretariat of Security and Civilian Protection said.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said the negotiations with the opposition had started on the eastern Caribbean island of Barbados.
The Argentinian star and his squad were stopped just one step away from the Copa America final by the Brazilian team, which later won the tournament. The striker was also sent off the pitch during the match for bronze and eventually lashed out at the organisers of the South American championship, blaming them for Argentina’s failure.
The Argentinian star was sent off the pitch during the match for the Copa America bronze medal. His squad eventually won, and boycotted the medal ceremony. Messi blamed South America’s football governing body, CONMEBOL, for preventing Argentina from snapping up the title they have wanted for 26 years, and publically denounced officials.
Brazil on Sunday won the 2019 South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) Cup championship by beating Peru in the finals 3-1.
In late June, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter, that a third round of talks between the opposition and the legitimate Venezuelan government would take place in early July, either in Barbados or Oslo.
The crisis-hit Latin American country has suffered a series of mass power outages since early March, which the government has blamed on the United States and the country's opposition, describing the blackouts as "sabotage attacks".
Joao Gilberto, the world-renowned Brazilian guitarist and vocalist, and a pioneer of the bossa nova genre, has died at the age of 88, according to multiple media reports.
Locals claimed that other than having sex with the pigs at his father’s farm, the perpetrator also got down and dirty with dogs and chickens.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed to release $5.4 billion to the government of Argentina after reviewing the country's economic program, IMF Acting Managing Director David Lipton said in a press release on Friday.
On 5 July, Venezuela celebrates the anniversary of its 1811 Declaration of Independence, which made it the first Spanish colony in South America to declare independence. In recent years, the holiday was also named National Armed Forces Day.
UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet presented a scathing attack on the Venezuelan government to the Human Rights Council on Friday, but critics say she ignored the causes of the country’s crisis as well as the victims of opposition violence in order to present a one-sided view that faults only Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
In times when opioids are causing more deaths in the world than ever before, Mexico is positioned as one of the world’s largest opium producers, second only to Afghanistan.
ROME (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday urged the leader of Venezuelan opposition Juan Guaido to "return back to reality and follow democratic procedures", stressing that Guaido's appeal to God remained unanswered.
A company owned by the businessman reportedly went bankrupt in February amid financial difficulties prompted by the spike in gas prices.
“The continuity of daily life should continue even in case of war”. 56-year-old Astrid Villalobos wears a red cap of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela. “We should be able to go to work, to public places, to take our children to school”, she says.