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  1. Cartagena, Colombia: Tourist from Spain alleges she is victim of sexual attack

    According to the complaint of the Spanish citizen, she and her boyfriend, of Argentine nationality, entered Colombia as ‘backpackers’ on the border with Ecuador. By: Digital Editorial BLU Radio A woman, of Spanish nationality, denounced having been a victim of sexual abuse in the sector known as Playa Blanca, in the city of Cartagena. According…
  2. piñata: an intergral part of mexican culture

    IINTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED SPANISH VOCABULARY – READ THE BOOK bbc.com/Diane Selkirk – The piñata is a ubiquitous aspect of Mexican culture. Yet how it got to be that way is somewhat of a mystery. However, piñatas are a ubiquitous ingredient of life in Mexico. Part of the cartonería or carton piedra (rock cardboard) tradition ‒ which also […
  3. Venezuela: Things to come to a head on Sunday

    INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED SPANISH VOCABULARY – READ THIS BOOK france24.com/(AFP) – Venezuela is hurtling toward a high-stakes political confrontation this week pitting an increasingly isolated President Nicolas Maduro against an opposition scenting blood. On Wednesday and Thursday, the opposition is staging its second nationwide strike in a week, then another mass protest on Friday, upping the…
  4. Peru: Students from UK safe after fire breaks out near Machu Picchu

    DEVONLIVE.COM An Exeter-based school expedition tour operator have spoken about an eventful trip which saw pupils trekking near a fire broke out on a historic mountain in Peru. The School Travel Consultancy has hit the headlines after pupils from a school in Ormskirk, Lancashire, were among tourists who were evacuated from Machu Picchu after a…
  5. Venezuela accuses Sen Rubio, CIA in plotting overthrow of government

    zerohedge.com/ CIA And Sen Marco Rubio Accused Of Plotting Regime Change In Venezuela Venezuela’s leftist dictator Nicolas Maduro plans to proceed with a vote to create a new constituent assembly to replace the country’s opposition-controlled Congress with a friendly constituent assembly, potentially enabling the embattled despot to redraft the country’s constitution and officially marginalize his [R…