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Colombia says to close border with Venezuela does not resolve migration crisis

Photo: @MigracionCol By Kriscia Recinos More of 1.4 million Venezuelans have settled in Colombia, of these, half, that is to say 732 thousand are legally established, the rest does not have visa or immigration card. Colombia's government believes that close its border with Venezuela will not help solve the immigration crisis in the country, why...

Autopsy revealed Ohio attacker drug

Photography Connor Betts, released by the Dayton Police. By Kriscia Recinos The body of the attacker Dayton, Ohio, that the past 4 August killed nine people, He revealed the presence of cocaine, alcohol and an anxiolytic, according to autopsy, so the authorities revealed. The Montgomery County coroner added that Connor Betts ...

Salvadorians excel in literature in Italy

By Rosy Figueroa Many writers and artists Salvadorans grew out of the land where they were born. José Santos Jandres and his wife Margarita, are two of those compatriots who continued to develop their love of letters and literature from their land. Both emigrated to the Old Continent for almost 20 years. The couple, dejó...

The “Azulita” El Salvador passes the end of the Champions League Sub 13

Photo VD / Courtesy: National Football Federation of El Salvador. Por Deysi Domínguez La selección de El Salvador pasa a la final contra un equipo de Estados Unidos en la Liga de Campeones Sub 13, which it is done in Costa Rica. Yesterday he played the semifinal against C.D. University of Panama, being the final score 3-2 a favor de...

The voice of the voiceless, San Romero of America, He was born on this day ago 102 years

photo VD: Milagro Orellana. Por Luisa Moncada Monseñor Óscar Armulfo Romero y Galdámez escribió su legado en la década de los 70 when your country, The Savior, the bloodiest wave of military repression and bloody social conflict suffered. Romero raised his voice to defend the oppressed, pedir justicia y exigir un alto...

South Korea celebrates Day of restoration of light “gwangbokjeol”

Dance "Fly" held at the Historical Museum of Seodaemun Prison. Seoul, South Korea. 15-8-2019. photo VD: Rocio Rivas. Por Rocío Rivas Hace 74 years, Korean radios in the press sounded the Japanese surrender. Era 15 August 1945, to 12 noon, cuando el emperador Showa pronunció...

Salvadoran consulate in Arkansas request

Photo VD / Courtesy: Salvadorians States to Arkansas. By Lucia Erazo The beauty of the recognized "natural state" of Arkansas, its low cost of living and employment opportunities attract more and more people who move from big cities in the United States where the lifestyle is faster, peligroso y con un...

65 Indian migrants in Mexico abandoned by a smuggler

Photo: @PoliciaFedMx By Kriscia Recinos Mexico's Federal Police reported finding 65 migrants of Indian origin who have been abandoned by smugglers in the state of Veracruz, in eastern Mexico. According to authorities, foreigners were dehydrated and several hours without eating, on a road in Coatzacoalcos,...

A woman makes history in European men's soccer

Istanbul, Turkey. 14-8-2019. Photo: VD / Courtesy: @UEFA. By Dennis Aguillón The French referee, Stephanie Frappart marcó un precedente en el fútbol masculino. Ha sido la primera mujer en dirigir una final masculina en competiciones europeas. Sobre ella estaban todas las miradas. Durante el partido fue acompañada por su compatriota, Manuela Nicosi, y la irlandesa, Michelle O’Neal. Mostró mucha seguridad...

A woman will drive for the first time a military aircraft F-35 US Navy

Photo: Marina de Estados Unidos. Por Kriscia Recinos Anneliese Satz, tiene 29 years, se ha entrenado en Mississippi, Florida y Texas antes de llegar a Beaufort para pilotear en un F-35B Lightning II. Antes trabajó piloteando helicópteros comerciales y hoy se convierte en la primera marine en comandar una nave F-35, que es una nueva generación de...