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Past articles by Sandra:

Why did Central America shift UN votes on Russia-Ukraine war?

Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador’s vote changes this year reflect relations with world superpowers, analysts say. → Read More

Chile’s next president to govern historic transition

Gabriel Boric may be hindered by deeply fragmented Congress, where negotiations will be necessary to advance his agenda. → Read More

Kast, Boric face off in Chile’s polarised presidential runoff

Increased turnout expected in runoff election between far-right and social-democratic candidates. → Read More

‘Still a lot of pain’: Dictatorship victims haunt Chile election

Relatives of Pinochet victims raise alarm as dictatorship emerges as key issue in lead-up to Sunday presidential runoff. → Read More

Chileans vote for new president to lead transition period

A runoff election between left-wing and far-right frontrunners is expected but not a given. → Read More

‘Huge step’: Relatives of Guatemala disappeared hope for justice

Retired military officials will stand trial on charges of disappearing and killing dissidents in 1980s during civil war. → Read More

Put migrant protections at heart of US policy, rights groups urge

Migrant advocates call for rights-based approach ahead of Vice President Harris’ visit to Guatemala and Mexico. → Read More

In Central America, women and girls bear the brunt of storm disaster fallout

Four months after two hurricanes ripped through the region, thousands remain displaced, the response is underfunded, and needs are neglected. → Read More

‘I was so scared’: Guatemalan forces disperse migrant caravan

Honduran migrants and asylum seekers say they are fleeing hurricane devastation, unemployment and violence. → Read More

Hondurans remain hopeful despite Guatemala crackdown on caravan

Security forces are blocking thousands of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing hurricane destruction and unemployment. → Read More

Costa Rica’s ‘explosive’ debt crisis: All you need to know

Costa Rica desperately needs to enact fiscal reform, experts say, but government efforts may reignite mass protests. → Read More

‘We are more united’: Women lead calls for change in Guatemala

While the president’s resignation remains a unifying demand among protesters, calls for much deeper change are growing. → Read More

Grassroots aid grows in middle-income Chile, as COVID-19 drives new needs

The pandemic has increased poverty and hunger in Chile. Unlike poorer countries in the region, there is little to no aid infrastructure. → Read More

Guatemala protesters torch Congress as simmering anger boils over

A contentious budget bill pushed thousands into the streets to call for an end to corruption, among other demands. → Read More

‘I am tired of it’: Femicides spark outrage across Guatemala

Women are protesting this weekend in the Central American nation after recent murders fuel sorrow and calls for action. → Read More

‘There is no work’: Hondurans brave risks in US-bound caravan

Guatemala is cracking down on a Honduran migrant caravan, as thousands entered the country on foot this week. → Read More

Guatemala health officials fired, investigated for corruption

Several officials are accused of conspiring to defraud state funds during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Mexico judge orders release of migrants vulnerable to coronavirus

Judge also rules that Mexican authorities must guarantee healthcare, protection from COVID-19 to all detained migrants. → Read More

Chile protesters move off streets amid coronavirus outbreak

Street protests paused as gov't declares state of catastrophe, but movement continues with pots and pans, other methods. → Read More

Feminist groups hold mass Women's Day marches across Chile

Groups estimate more than one million women rallied across the country for women's rights and against state repression. → Read More