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  • Most Popular Collaborations Between American and Latin American Artists
    Most Popular Collaborations Between American and Latin American Artists

    Most Popular Collaborations Between American and Latin American Artists

    After the release of the "Mi Gente" remix with J Balvin and Beyoncé, we revisit some of the most popular collaborations between other international artists.
  • U.S citizens helping migrants at the border with Mexico
    U.S citizens helping migrants at the border with Mexico

    U.S citizens helping migrants at the border with Mexico

    Along the border between Arizona and Mexico, Jack Knox an American citizen and his group of volunteers cross the border to Mexico every day to help migrants get safely from their shelter to a border port of entry.
  • Tijuana ranked as the most violent city in the world
    Tijuana ranked as the most violent city in the world

    Tijuana ranked as the most violent city in the world

    Scores of Central American migrants have arrived at the border between Mexico and the United States. Many of them are fleeing their home countries to escape gang violence and extortion, but they have found themselves in Mexican border cities like Tijuana, where violence is just as prevalent as back home.
  • Shaq brings US basketball diplomacy to Cuban capital
    Shaq brings US basketball diplomacy to Cuban capital

    Shaq brings US basketball diplomacy to Cuban capital

    The NBA giant is the latest American athlete to visit Cuba as part of improving relations between Washington and Havana
  • China retaliates with higher tariffs on American goods against the U.S.
    China retaliates with higher tariffs on American goods against the U.S.

    China retaliates with higher tariffs on American goods against the U.S.

    Beijing said that it will increase tariffs on American goods worth roughly $60 billion starting June 1st. This as the trade war between China and the U.S. continues to escalate. Michael Klein, professor of international economic affairs at The Fletcher School and executive editor of Econofact.org spoke to UNews about the implications for the American consumer.
  • Canadian embassy to suspend operations in Venezuela amidst political tensions
    Canadian embassy to suspend operations in Venezuela amidst political tensions

    Canadian embassy to suspend operations in Venezuela amidst political tensions

    The Canadian embassy has decided to suspend its operations in Caracas due to tensions between diplomats and the Maduro regime. Meanwhile, the Lima group called for more international involvement in efforts to resolve the crisis in the South American nation. Lorraine Caceres has the latest on the ongoing crisis.
  • An interview could be the difference between a new life and deportation for migrants
    An interview could be the difference between a new life and deportation for migrants

    An interview could be the difference between a new life and deportation for migrants

    Many of the Central American migrants fleeing poverty and violence plan to seek asylum in the United States. But, first they need to pass a 'credible fear' interview that could be the difference between a new life and being sent back home.
  • "At least he can be saved" - Migrants trapped in Mexico are sending their children alone to the United States
    "At least he can be saved" - Migrants trapped in Mexico are sending their children alone to the United States

    "At least he can be saved" - Migrants trapped in Mexico are sending their children alone to the United States

    Some of the Central American migrants waiting in Mexico under new Trump administration rules have made the tough decision to send their children on their own across official border crossings. Univision News spoke with the parents of eight children who crossed on their own. This is their story.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • The Trump administration should create an 'oil-for-aid' program for Venezuela
    The Trump administration should create an 'oil-for-aid' program for Venezuela

    The Trump administration should create an 'oil-for-aid' program for Venezuela

    Washington's chest-thumping over Venezuela has failed to restore democracy. The Venezuelan people need to be the focus of US policy by creating a means to address the food crisis.
    Senator Chris Murphy
  • Evo, the Fraud and the Coup
    Evo, the Fraud and the Coup

    Evo, the Fraud and the Coup

    If the military - of any nation - publicly encourages the president to resign, that suggestion can easily be interpreted as a coup attempt. But, in Bolivia's case it's more complicated than that as Evo Morales is no democratic role model.
    Jorge Ramos
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