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Living & People
The key would be the mirror neurons
These seemingly simple dishes will blow your mind!
From July 29th to August 7th, one of the most important cultural events of Colombia is celebrated
Thanks to greater access to opportunities, society is evolving
Although progress has been made, are different variables not being taken into consideration?
Although the Dominican Republic and Haiti share the same island, they could not be more different
This region used to be characterized by its vibrant youth but it seems as if times are changing
This generation shares common traits with its international peers but the ones living inside the region present unique characteristics.
The mayor of Rio de Janeiro threatens one of the most important festivals
Street animals are reproducing at an alarming rate putting at risk public health
The use of technology has become a part of our everyday life but is it having a negative effect on readers?
New technologies have come to stay and Chilean schools are starting to integrate it into their everyday routines
The United Nations Refugee Agency in Bogotá does state that there has been "a notable increase of Venezuelan nationals coming to and remaining in Colombia."
Cannabis consumption has increased over the last two decades changing legal policies. What has happened?
What Uruguayan public education needs is an investment of 6 percent of GDP and another 1 percent in research for several years
Even if rates and data on homophobia violence in Latin America are scarce, it doesn’t mean it is a new issue
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto urged wealthy countries to help vulnerable nations limit their exposure to natural hazards.
Governments must not consider human rights irrelevant but must rather recognize their moral stature
The Cuban National Center for Sexual Education (Cenesex) will launch a campaign this year against homophobic and transphobic harassment.
The rate of students in Latin America who graduate from higher education more than doubled – from 21 percent to 43 percent – between 2000-2013.
Better education, healthcare, and infrastructure are some of the major improvements benefiting almost 10,000 inhabitants of Guatemala.