The mothers say their children were detained and interrogated without the presence of adults, while prosecutors want 23 year sentences.
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Anti-monarchy movements across the Commonwealth hailed Barbados as it dismissed the monarchy become the world’s newest republic.
Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination in his private residence overnight coincides with an increase in gang violence in the capital.
We’re not sure if Jamaica has two major parties. There’s the ruling party and the collapsing Opposition, to be sure (whichever you pick).
The Haitian PM’s resignation comes at a time when Haiti is in the midst of a serious social and political crisis marked by instability, abuse.
A new bill aims to allow Puerto Ricans to choose their political future through a democratic process that includes ranked choice voting.
Cuba’s current leaders should see hunger strikes not as a threat but as a symptom of a deeper crisis, both economic and political.
Plagued by government mistrust, corruption, foul play, the hashtag #freeHaiti has permeated social. But can it bring democracy to Haiti?
A new bipartisan legislation has been introduced in the US House of Representatives with the aim of making Puerto Rico a state.
Haiti is once again nearing a new constitution. The ongoing constitutional reform drive, which began in 2020, lacks universal support.