The vice president of Colombia spoke at The New Government of Colombia: Challenges and Opportunities conference held in Miami on Tuesday.
The two will meet for the first time on Nov. 29 to discuss several issues, including bilateral trade.
The referendum proposed by Mexico's President-elect faces criticism.
The rallies were held in many countries, marking the beginning of 16 days of activism.
Students organized the protests, demanding the increase of the budget for public universities.
The U.S. president and his French counterpart have reached a point of no return that could further distance the United States from international politics.
El presidente estadounidense y su homólogo francés han llegado a un punto de no retorno que podría distanciar aún más a Estados Unidos de la política internacional.
A call was issued to national and international human rights organizations to examine the situation.
Demonstrators protested the cancellation of the new airport, which would result in the loss of thousand of jobs.
The new Mexican President will be sworn in on Dec. 1.
Brazil's President-elect's intentions have been met with concern from many Arab countries.
A new trilateral trade agreement will be signed at the end of November.
A country tired of violence and corruption has chosen a radical solution for all its problems. Brazil now risks going back 30 years in history.
Un país cansado de la violencia y la corrupción, ha escogido una solución radical para todos sus problemas. Brasil corre el riesgo ahora de volver 30 atrás en la historia.
Several international organizations spoke about the new president-elect, who is known for his sexist, homophobic, and racist comments.
The new president-elect celebrated his win over Fernando Haddad on Oct. 28th, promising to change Brazil's destiny.
The new accord will increase trade between the two countries and help promote their economies.
With the U.S.-imposed embargo creating many challenges for the Cuban government, food production has become a main priority.
Trump announced during the weekend that the United States would withdraw from the historic Treaty of Intermediate Nuclear Forces with Russia, arguing that the country "has violated the agreement."
Trump anunció durante el fin de semana que Estados Unidos se retirará del histórico Tratado de Fuerzas Nucleares de Alcance Intermedio con Rusia, argumentando que el país “ha violado el acuerdo”.
Mike Pompeo's visit to the region coincides with the crisis over the advance of a caravan of hundreds of Honduran migrants who plan to cross Mexico and enter the United States.
La desaparición del periodista Jamal Khashoggi podría obligar a Washington a cambiar su actitud contra Arabia Saudita, algo que la Casa Blanca ha evitado durante años, incluso después del 11 de septiembre del 2001.
The disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi could force Washington to change its attitude toward Saudi Arabia, something that the White House has avoided for years, even after September 11, 2001.
For a president who inaugurated his administration by blocking the entry of hundreds of Muslims into the United States, it is paradoxically fundamental to defend one of the most radically conservative countries in the Arab world. However, the history between the United States and Saudi Arabia is long and intricate.
Para un presidente que inauguró su gestión bloqueando la entrada de cientos de musulmanes a Estados Unidos, es paradójicamente fundamental defender a uno de los países más radicalmente conservadores en el mundo árabe. Pero la historia entre Estados Unidos y Arabia Saudita es más larga e intrincada.