ANNO XVII Giugno 2023.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Latin America UK (174)

Mercoledì, 09 Novembre 2016 18:28

Argentina: attracting more tourists through VAT-free travel

Written by
At the World Travel Market 2016 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Gustavo Santos, the Minister of Tourism of Argentina, about how his country wants to attract tourists with VAT-free travel by the…
Venezuela is not the only Latin American country where ties between drug trafficking and the government are assumed, but the DEA – which was expelled from Venezuela in 2005 – has been exceptionally aggressive in its pursuit of the country’s…
Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega appeared to have a clear path to a third consecutive term in office after securing more than 70% of the vote in partial results for Sunday’s election.
On Sunday Nicaragua is going to elect a new president and renew its parliament. Except it won’t. It is likely to be the same old faces that have dominated the country’s politics since 1979 when the Somoza political dynasty that…
Giovedì, 03 Novembre 2016 17:31

Mexico marks Day of the Dead

Written by
Mexico has been marking the Day of the Dead.
Mercoledì, 02 Novembre 2016 19:35

Venezuelan opposition drops symbolic trial of president

Written by
Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’a opposition-dominated parliament has delayed a symbolic trial of President Nicolas Maduro.
The former president of Argentina Cristina Fernandez has testified in a federal court in a corruption case.
Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s embattled leader Nicolas Maduro shakes hands with opposition leaders.
Giovedì, 27 Ottobre 2016 18:00

Venezuela: Anti-government protests turn violent

Written by
Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s opposition is increasing the pressure on President Nicolas Maduro by planning a national strike on Friday and a march on the presidential palace next week.

Utenti Online

Abbiamo 910 visitatori e nessun utente online