The New York Times reports about a Spanish restaurant chain’s business model: use revenue made by serving breakfast and lunch to cover the costs of free dinners for homeless people.
Con el despido de su secretaria de Seguridad Nacional, el presidente Donald Trump se ha alineado con sus asesores más radicales para probar los límites de su poder cuando de atacar la inmigración se trata.
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A truck rammed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin Monday, killing at least 12 people and injuring dozens more. The German authorities consider it a terrorist attack.
Hispanic Surnames on the Rise in U.S. as Immigration Surges.
The economic crisis in Venezuela has put thousands of Venezuelan retirees abroad in a desperate situation, as they stopped receiving their pensions.
In Lima's poorest districts, bands of citizens have assembled through social media to fight crime, often employing brutal tactics.
Al Cárdenas, one of the most prominent Latino Republicans, discussed the future of U.S Politics in a recent interview with Spain leading newspaper El País.
AL DIA speaks with Colombian author Luis Noriega, winner of the 2016 Gabriel García Márquez literary award. He currently lives in Barcelona, Spain.
AL DIA conversa con el escritor colombiano Luis Noriega, ganador del Premio Hispanoamericano de Cuento Gabriel García Márquez.
About half the agents who patrol the southern US border are Latinos. And despite Donald Trump having won the elections with a campaign fueled by anti-immigration and insults against Mexicans, nobody is questioning their commitment.
One example is Vicente Paco, 35, born in Mexico, and a naturalized US citizen, that every day patrols in his 4x4 vehicle in a desert that once used to be Mexican.
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Amid Trump’s promises to save thousands of jobs of being outsourced to Mexico and China, Walmart has announced its intention to carry on an investment of 1,300 million dollars in Mexico. The biggest American supermarket chain forecasts to double its sales in Mexico for 2025.
The investment will bring 10,000 new jobs into the country, where Walmart already employs over 200,000 people.
It is not clear yet what is going to be the fate of millions of undocumented migrant workers after Donald Trump’s formal ascension to presidency – massive deportations? Religious and social tests? – but immigration attorneys are getting ready for the worst case scenarios. And they are getting anxious trying to deal with uncertainty.
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Immigrant population in Lancaster grows.
While the West discusses whether Fidel Castro’s legacy was positive or negative, in Africa they feel like if they have lost a national hero. For many Africans, history has absolved Fidel Castro when it comes to Cuba’s foreign policy:
“History will absolve me”, was the phrase that Fidel Castro used when he was convicted in a trial for the assault to the Moncada barracks at the beginning of his political career in the 1950s. This story began to officially run since his decease, announced the past weekend in La Habana. This is the account of his history.
“La historia me absolverá,” fue la frase que usó Fidel Castro cuando fue condenado en un juicio por el asalto al cuartel Moncada, a principios de su carrera política en los años 50. Esa historia empezó oficialmente a correr a partir de su muerte, anunciada el fin de semana pasado en La Habana. El siguiente es el recuento de su vida.
Tras la muerte de Fidel Castro, a los 90 años, muchos cubanos han iniciado los nueve días de luto por el que fue el líder de su país. Sin embargo, para algunos cubanoamericanos, su fallecimiento representa más bien el fin simbólico de uno de los personajes más prolíficos de la historia.
Su record en abusos de derechos humanos, así como el hecho de haber destruido la economía del país bajo su medio siglo de mandato, fue el catalizador de un éxodo masivo de más de un millón de cubanos a los Estados Unidos.
After the death of Fidel Castro, at the age of 90, many Cubans have started the nine days of mourning for which he was the leader of their country. However, for some Cuban-Americans, his death represents rather the symbolic end of one of the most prolific characters in history.
His record of human rights abuses, as well as the fact that he destroyed the country's economy in his half-century, was the catalyst for a massive exodus of more than a million Cubans to the United States.
Che Guevara? Fidel Castro? Are they just icons or men in stickers? In a moment where the Left wing movements in Latin America are losing power against Right-Wing governments – Kirchner against Macri in Argentina, Mujica against Tabaré Vazquez in Uruguay; Ricardo Lagos in Chile, maybe – , we should ask ourselves what Latin America populations remembers from Cuban revolution of 1959? As reported in Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
Cigars, rum, music, shouts: “Fidel ha muerto! Fidel ha muerto!”. Hundreds of Cuban American went out to the streets of Miami to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro last weekend.
What happens when an artist tries to understand a politician? Famous film-maker Spike Lee interviews Senator Bernie Sanders to discuss Donald Trump victory, what the Democrats did wrong, and how the US is going to survive 2017.
Spike Lee: Let me ask you another question. How can you tell another country that they’ve got to pay for a wall? Or fences? How does that work?
The US needs to hire more Mexican workers instead of deporting them, according to many owners of small businesses around the nation. From small construction companies in Dallas, Texas, to chains of Mexican restaurants in San Francisco and orange farms in Florida: all these small businesses confirm they are dependent on low skilled workers (like Mexican workers) to keep growing, according to a report elaborated by The Wall Street Journal.
Father Alejandro Solalinde is 71 years old and holds a backpack of hard experiences in his back, but his small dark eyes have not lost even a spark of vitality. Born in Texcoco, Mexico, this Mexican Catholic priest has become a champion in the fight for the human rights of migrants in Central America. Solalinde is the founder of Hermanos en el Camino, a network of shelters and parishes that provide food, medical care and accommodation to Latin American immigrants who cross Mexico to reach the United States.