Danilo Maldonado, better known as El Sexto, has been freed after spending two months in prison without trial. El Sexto was arrested and jailed for his attempt to draw counter-revolutionary graffiti after Fidel Castro's death.
Breaking News and Insights from external news sources by editors on aldianews.com
Deportations from the U.S. have fuelled the call-center industry in El Salvador by bringing an influx of English-speaking job-seekers, reports The New Yorker.
White House Website Deletes Spanish, LGBT and Climate Change. The majority of the content has been transferred to the site ObamaWhiteHouse.gov .
Announcement of Carlos Slim's TV channel Nuestra Visión comes as Donald Trump vows to enact protectionist policies that could plunge Mexico into economic turmoil.
Trump presidency began with defense of false 'alternative facts' and attacking the media for manipulating facts. The President and advisers also pushed falsehoods about inauguration attendance, reports El País.
Donald Trump will be sworn in today as the 45th president of the United States and face immediate pressure to deliver an inaugural address that can start to heal a divided nation and reassure an anxious world. As reported in The Guardian.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, billionaire investor delivered bleak Brexit forecast and said Donald Trump is ‘gearing up for trade war’ but will fail, reports The Guardian.
California Sunday Magazine explores how California has become a bastion of resistance to Trump.
From the Suffrage Parade of 1913 to the 1997 Million Women March in Philadelphia and this week's march on Washington, Lenny magazine reviews the history of women parades in the U.S
Throughout Philadelphia and the nation, an epidemic of wage theft leaves workers wondering why they’re not getting what’s owed them, reports The Philadelphia Citizen.
Panama chef Mario Castrellón is using rainforest ingredients to transform fine dining, reports The Guardian.
Many artists and world celebrities will not be performing at Donald Trump's inauguration.
President-elect Donald Trump has promised to make America great again and Mexico smaller. "Mexit" is coming, reports El País.
In his final address to the press, Obama said he would not sit quietly while some of what he sees as core American values were undermined, including any attempt to stifle dissent or the press.
Despite scorn and criticism, some Latino voters don't regret voting for Trump, reports the L.A Times
Manuel Pastor writes about Latinos and the future of American Politics in The American Prospect magazine. Defending immigrants and championing progressive economics are an imperative.
Concerns about the policies to be pursued by the incoming Trump administration have caused a freeze on new investment in maquiladoras on the Mexican side of the border, where thousands of workers in that industry face an uncertain future.
Former US intelligence contractor who revealed the extent of NSA surveillance will be have his residency extended according to Russian foreign ministry, reported The Guardian.
El Mundo interviews Venezuelan film director Carlos Oteyza about his latest film "El Reventón" and his views on US politics.
Electric car boom fuels interest in Bolivia’s fragile salt flats, but extraction could threaten the fragile ecosystem of the world’s largest salt flat, reports The Guardian
Reporting on Trump may be hard, but it is much worst to be a journalist in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), reports The Guardian
Ignoring Trump's border tax threats, the well-known German automaker has announced it will start producing its BMW Series 3 in its new plant in San Luis Potosí (Mexico) in 2019.
The practice of slavery during Colonial times brought many African people to the Latin American continent. In countries like Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay, Blacks account for a big proportion of the population. But why are there no black people in Argentina?
Chancellor Angela Merkel joined by French president made curt comments about the US president-elect’s remarks about Germany, EU and Nato
This week, The Atlantic "Americans at Work" photo essay features photographs of the daily lives and spaces of workers in Philadelphia's Municipal Offices, made by photographer Ryan Collerd.