Free, fast and cheap internet service is an ongoing issue for Cuba, where the government has for several years been promoting a "policy of computerization of society".
On Sunday, December 6th, 1998, Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías became president of one of the richest countries in Latin America. His unfulfilled promises have led to one of the darkest episodes in the history of a country that is now the poorest in the region.
Among other things, the Piñera administration's proposed plan for Chile's National Health Fund will force public hospitals to compete for resources with private clinics to obtain the funds they require to do their daily work.
The updated version of Cuba's constitution, which will be the subject of debate beginning Monday, modifies the concept of marriage, now defined as a "voluntary union between a man and a woman," to a "union between two persons."
With the last round of the presidential elections approaching, Brazil's participation in international organizations is at stake.
A demonstration was held outside of the European Parliament during the Colombian president's visit to Brussels.
In the midst of the heated Brazilian elections, hundreds gathered to protest the Workers Party.