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Container Trintón of Eveergreen imposes record expanded Panama Canal

Por Elida Moreno El portacontenedores Tritón de la naviera Evergreen se convirtió en el buque de mayor capacidad y tamaño en transitar por el Canal de Panamá ampliado desde la apertura de las esclusas neopanamax en 2016. The boat made the lockage from the Atlantic to Pacific 15,313 TEUs or containers 20 board feet, un nuevo récord del total...

Prosecution of El Salvador initiated investigation into cases of torture during the war

Redacción Voz de la Diáspora Juan José Dalton, son of renowned Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton, Tuesday came to the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) accompanied by his lawyer Benjamin Cuellar to expand its denunciation of torture, violations of human rights and breaking international treaties during the armed conflict (1980-1992). Recalcó que su petición de justicia a...

Imprisoned refuge seekers may submit their case before a judge in Canada

Por Oscar Vigil Toronto, Glen. In a decision widely celebrated by defense agencies immigrants and refugees, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that asylum seekers arriving in the country and are incarcerated, have the right to challenge their detention extended before a Superior Court judge. The decision was taken by a vote of 6-1 a...

Preparations begin in the Historic Center of San Salvador for takeover of Bukele

Redacción Voz de la Diáspora Los preparativos han iniciado en las calles cercanas al Palacio Nacional, in the Historic Center of San Salvador. El Salvador is preparing for the inauguration of President Najib Bukele, who was elected in the race last 3 February. Although the ceremony will be held next 1 of June, se ha procedido desde...

earthquake 6,3 degrees is recorded on the border between Panama and Costa Rica

Redacción Voz de la Diáspora El Sistema Nacional de Protección Civil de Panamá informó que 5 people were injured and 4 residences affected in Finca Zapote, in Puerto Armuelles, Province of chiriqui, border with Costa Rica, from an earthquake of 6,3 Sunday that rocked western Panama. The tremor was felt in several parts of the country,...

Paraguay floods leave more than 40 thousand evacuees

Por Kriscia Recinos En Paraguay al menos 197 schools have closed, thousands of people have lost power service and it is impossible to move on the roads. All this after torrential rains in recent days have caused the overflowing of the River Paraguay born in Brazil and crosses the territory from north to south. Medios locales informan...

Chile volcanic explosion yellow alert

Por Kriscia Recinos El Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería de Chile emitió una Alerta Amarilla en el complejo volcánico Nevados de Chillán, After several explosions in the last hours. It is explosive events, one of them accompanied by a small earthquake. It was reported that no acoustic signal is presented. La dispersión de material articulado llegó a una...

Cristina Kirchner presents his book "Sincerely"

Por Kriscia Recinos Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hundreds of people waited in the rain the entrance of the former president and senator Cristina Kirchner to La Rural, where the presentation of his book "Sincerely" was held, within the framework of the 45th edition of the International Book Fair in Buenos Aires. "I thank those who buy the book, yo sé que...

Heavy rains hit Texas

Por Deysi Domínguez Varias ciudades en Texas resultaron afectadas, due to strong winds and torrential rains, still remain in the area. These began on Tuesday and is expected to be maintained Thursday. Houston was the first to feel the effects of floods, since Tuesday afternoon, y a medida que avanzaba la noche...

Spring blooms with Spanish theater in Canada

Por Oscar Vigil Toronto, Glen. City of Toronto, the metropolis of theatrical presentations in Canada, also produced stage works in Spanish. Weekend, dozens of people appreciated the work "Multiple Choice", It is presented by the Theater Group Libre, a community organization that has more than ten years of experience on stage. La obra...