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Ecuador
Un creciente número de votantes estadounidenses retirados en el extranjero no logra obtener los beneficios de Medicare que le corresponden.
A growing number of U.S. voters retiring abroad are unable to access the Medicare benefits they deserve.
Experts from across the region recommend ways to improve refugee resettlement.
More than a few surprises await in this bustling Andean capital.

Indignation with Correa’s policies points to a perception of broken promises from a president who entered office with the support of Ecuador's Indigenous groups.

Will Francis be willing to extend his more liberal discourse on economics and the environment into contentious social issues like gay rights and abortion? The outcome of his trips to Bolivia and Ecuador, earlier this week, and a visit to Paraguay, now underway, may help answer those questions.

In his 1982 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez spoke of the conflict and violence plaguing Latin America, including El Salvador’s 12 year civil war and Argentina’s Dirty War. While “Gabo” would be glad to see the progress in Latin America today, he might have been shocked by the new trend that is taking hold as protests, corruption scandals and political instability are burgeoning across the region, and an emboldened middle class is pushing back.

The number of Latin Americans with access to the Internet will increase by 20 percent over the next twelve months, according to the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Address Registry (LACNIC).

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