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Juan Pepa, the promoter of Neinor Homes, launches a real estate fund with Warren Buffet in Spain

Along with him, another former member of the US fund, Felipe Morenés, has embarked on this project, son of the president of Banco Santander, Ana Botín. Continue reading Juan Pepa, the promoter of Neinor Homes, launches a real estate fund with Warren Buffet in Spain at Property Portal Watch.

Colombian negotiator returning to Ecuador for talks with ELN rebels

BOGOTA (Reuters) - The Colombian government's head negotiator at peace talks with the ELN rebel group will return to Ecuador to seek a new ceasefire, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Sunday, after being recalled to Bogota following a surge in guerrilla attacks.

Colombia to seek new ceasefire with ELN guerrilla group

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Sunday he would seek a new truce with the ELN group in a bid to salvage peace talks that had been set back after a recent offensive by the rebel group. The ELN indicated a willingness to resume negotiations. Show More Summary

Protesters, police clash at roadblocks in Honduras

Clashes have broken out in Honduras as demonstrators protesting President Juan Orlando Hernandez's re-election blocked roads in several locations and police moved into to break up the barricades. Police say … Click to Continue »

Honduras roads blocked in protests against election results

Activists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras on Saturday as part of nationwide protests against the contested re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez. Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds jailed since...Show More Summary

Ex-Honduran minister gets nearly two-and-a-half years prison in U.S. drug case

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former member of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez's cabinet was sentenced by a New York federal judge to nearly 2-1/2 years in prison on Friday, after pleading guilty to attempting to launder drug money from the Central American country.

Protests against Honduran leader's re-election turn violent

Protests against the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez have turned violent with security forces firing tear gas and some marchers breaking windows and setting fires. Video from Friday's … Click to Continue »

Honduras post-election crisis leaves dozens dead

A wave of violence in Honduras triggered by a contested presidential election in November has left dozens of people dead and hundreds in jail, officials and human rights activists say. Incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez ultimately...Show More Summary

Colombia president suspends ceasefire talks over rebel attacks

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced that he had suspended peace talks with National Liberation Army (ELN) rebels in response to what he said were guerrilla attacks earlier Wednesday. "I have talked with the head of the government...Show More Summary

Thousands march in Honduras to protest president's reelection

Tens of thousands of people marched Saturday against the reelection of US-backed President Juan Orlando Hernandez, demanding that his rival be recognized as the real winner of the November presidential race. Supporters of the Opposition...Show More Summary

Thousands march in Honduras to protest president's reelection

Tens of thousands of people marched Saturday against the reelection of US-backed President Juan Orlando Hernandez, demanding that his rival be recognized as the real winner of the November presidential race. Supporters of the Opposition...Show More Summary

Thousands march against election result in Honduras

Thousands of demonstrators led by opposition leader Salvador Nasralla gathered in Honduras' second-largest city Saturday to protest the re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a vote they say was … Click to Continue »

Honduras opposition calls for month of protests against president

Honduras's leftwing opposition Tuesday called for a month of protests and possible insurrection to reject President Juan Orlando Hernandez's claim to have won re-election in a bitterly disputed poll held in November. The declaration comes ahead of Hernandez being sworn into a new term on January 27. Show More Summary

San Juan Mayor Slams Trump as ‘Disaster-In-Chief’

On the 100-day mark since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, San Juan’s Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz told ABC News that the federal response to the storm was inadequate and blamed President Trump. Said Cruz: “He was disrespectful to the Puerto [...]

San Juan Mayor Says Trump Lacks 'Good-Hearted' American Values

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One-hundred days after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz on Friday again slammed President Donald Trump’s response to a disaster the president says wasn’t a “real catastrophe,” even though it left at least 64 dead.

Honduras opposition demands annulment of president's re-election

The Honduras opposition said Wednesday they filed an appeal with election officials demanding that President Juan Orlando Hernandez's re-election be annulled because the recent vote was marred by fraud. Election officials declared Hernandez...Show More Summary

Honduran opposition candidate Nasralla says "I no longer have anything to do in politics" after U.S. recognition of Hernandez victory

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Honduran opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla said his bid for the presidency was a "lost cause" on Friday after the United States recognized President Juan Orlando Hernandez as winner of the election.

U.S. backs re-election of Honduran president despite vote controversy

WASHINGTON/TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - The United States on Friday backed the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, a conservative and U.S. ally, who was certified the winner of last month's presidential contest despite widespread misgivings about the vote count.

Calm returning to Honduras as US recognizes vote

A measure of calm returned to Honduras on Friday after a month of deadly street clashes as the United States recognized President Juan Orlando Hernandez's disputed re-election. Police quickly dispersed a handful of attempts to set up...Show More Summary

US notes Hernandez 'victory' in disputed Honduras vote

The United States on Friday congratulated Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernandez on winning a new mandate, while urging a full review of any legal challenges to an election marred by suspicions of fraud. Deadly protests have erupted...Show More Summary

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