Uber was introduced in Guatemala in December 2016.
The similarities between the two women who have been the helm of the United Kingdom are irrefutable proof that history is doomed to repeat itself.
One association of private schools alone has reported nearly 4,500 children left behind in Venezuela.
Former KKK leader David Duke's comments came after Donald Trump reacted to South Africa's plan to facilitate access to land for the black majority in the country.
According to Mexico's INEGI statistics agency, 31,174 homicides were registered in 2017.
A single mother of two, Rebeca Mendes, 31, has become the public face of the fight to decriminalize abortion in Brazil.
So far, there have been no reports of fatalities from Tuesday's earthquake.
Spanish officials say the operation was the largest illegal turtle nursery in Europe.
The accounting adjustment to remove five zeros from Venezuela's currency is part of President Nicolás Maduro's "economic expansion and recovery" plan.
An ongoing socio-economic crisis in Venezuela has caused people to emigrate from the South American nation in droves.
President Carlos Alvarado's statement came one day after hundreds of Costa Ricans held a protest in San Jose against Nicaraguan immigrants. The demonstration turned violent.
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".
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.