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Interior Centroamérica / Caribe

Bridgetown, May 25 (Prensa Latina) Lawyer Mia Mottley heads the government of Barbados as of today after an overwhelming victory of her Labor Party (PLB), until now in the opposition, on Thursday''s elections.


Bridgetown, May 24(Prensa Latina) Barbadians began voting today at 06:00 (local time) to elect a new government, in response to the April 26 call.


Managua, May 24 (Prensa Latina) The national dialogue for peace in Nicaragua remains in suspense today in the absence of a consensus between the sides, called to overcome a sociopolitical crisis that threatens to worsen just over a month after its outbreak.


Managua, May 23 (Prensa Latina) The representatives of the Organization of American States (OAS) visiting Nicaragua will attend today the plenary session of the national dialogue for peace at the request of Foreign Minister Denis Moncada, El Nuevo Diario reported.


Managua, May 23 (Prensa Latina) The national dialogue for peace in Nicaragua will resume its sessions today amidst an increase in traffic jams in practically the entire country, which impede the free movement and circulation of citizenship.


México,May 22 (Prensa Latina) A high-ranking state official and 13 other people were wounded in an attack staged by gunmen in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, state prosecutors said.


Mexico, May 22 (Prensa Latina) If last year was the most violent in two decades in Mexico, 2018 promises today to be much more violent and deadly, according to the reports of the first quarter.


Port-Au-Prince, May 21 (Prensa Latina) In a video posted today, Haiti's First Lady, Martine Moise, asked the Queen of Spain, Letizia Ortiz, to help change the image of the Caribbean nation in the world.


Mexico, May 21 (Prensa Latina) Violence provoked by drug trafficking and the war left 15,810 people missing in the last 12 years, according to figures from the Republic''s Public Prosecution Office (PGR).


Mexico, May 21 (Prensa Latina) President Donald Trump was at the center of the second debate among the Mexican presidential candidates, which took place today in Tijuana, where at least they agreed that Mexico deserves respect from the head of the White House. The candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador, for the coalition Together We Will Make History, stressed that Mexico needs a government that is not corrupt, but honest to be able to ''have moral authority'' to equally discuss with the US ruler.