Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Mexican President Defends Creation of the National Guard Mexico, Feb 21 (Prensa Latina) Mexico needs the support of the Army and the Navy in the fight to end violence, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reiterated today when defending the creation of the National Guard. Political Analysts Warn on Consequences of Agression vs Venezuela Caracas,  (Prensa Latina) After the situation created on the Colombian-Venezuelan border, governments and political analysts are warning about the possibility of an aggression against Venezuela and the consequences for the region of a military adventure. Russia Denies Conjecture about Seeking Contacts with the US Moscow, Feb 19 (Prensa Latina) Russia denied today the conjectures of the Ukrainian president, Piotr Poroshenko, about an alleged suspension of all contacts with Russia, after the provocation by the government of Kiev in the Strait of Kerch. US Actions against Venezuela Denounced in El Salvador San Salvador, Feb 19 (Prensa Latina) The US increasing aggressiveness against the democratically elected government of Venezuela is denounced Tuesday in El Salvador by diplomats, deputies and social movements. Venezuela Asks for Respect to the UN Chart United Nations,  (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza demanded respect here for the UN Chart to face the unilateral actions promoted by the United States and its allies in that Latin American country. ILO: Despite Having a Job, 700 Million Persons are Poor Geneva, Feb 14 (Prensa Latina) A total 700 million persons live in extreme poverty or moderate despite having a job, estimated the International Labor Organization (ILO). Colombian-Venezuelan Border, a Reality Made Invisible, Analyst Says Caracas,  (Prensa Latina) News agencies, spokespeople for several governments, international organizations show the border between Venezuela and Colombia as the critical point where the door to a military intervention will yield, the analyst Marco Teruggi noted. EU Asks the United Kingdom to Clarify its Intentions on Brexit Luxembourg, Feb 11 (Prensa Latina) European Union (EU) negotiator for the Brexit, Michel Barnier, recalled Monday that only 46 days remain for the separation of the United Kingdom from the bloc, and he urged that country to clarify its intentions and plans. Natural Disasters: The Challenge of Saving Lives By Yanet Llanes Alemán Havana (Prensa Latina) The death of over 10 thousand persons and the damages caused to 62 million by extreme meteorological events in 2018, imposed on governments the challenge of introducing effective policies of prevention and mitigation. The Revolution of the Majorities that Washington Tries to Suffocate Managua, (Prensa Latina) In late 2018, the Congress of the United States approved, and President Donald Trump signed, the Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act, also known as the Nica Act, a further step in Washington''s policy to besiege that Central American country. Much has been said about the Nica Act, but what is it about and what would its effects be in the political, economic and social life of Nicaragua? In just a few months, the country has seen the stepping up of the destabilizing campaign against it, funded and led by the Capitol and the White House. EU Rules out Renegotiation of Brexit Agreement Brussels, Feb 6 (Prensa Latina) The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, reiterated today that the agreement on the exit of the United Kingdom from the EU bloc will not be renegotiated and demanded from the British government realistic solutions to avoid a separation without an agreement. US: Trump Threatens with 'Military' Wall in South Border Washington,  (Prensa Latina) U.S. President Donald Trump today threatened to use the military to form a ''human wall'' if he cannot get the funds to build the wall on the southern border. Mexico: Missing People, Distressing Effect of Corruption and Violence By Luis Manuel Arce IsaacMexico, Feb 5 (Prensa Latina) If Mexico shows the infamous record of 80 murders a day as an average in 2018, according to statistics published on Tuesday, it is also among the first countries in the world with the largest number of missing people, totaling 40,000 cases. Lopez Obrador with Juarez: Respect for the Rights of Others Is Peace By Luis Manuel Arce Isaac Mexico,  (Prensa Latina) The government of President Donald Trump disqualifies the diplomatic proposal of Mexico and Uruguay, which Pope Francis joined, to seek dialogue in Venezuela to avoid any misfortune. Russia Denounces U.S. Gunpowder to Kindle Venezuelan Crisis By Antonio Rondón García Moscow,  (Prensa Latina) Venezuela centers attention today of all Russian politologues, as further than the economic interests in that country, it's all about the imposition by the United States of schemes to change governments in sovereign countries. Most of the Ecuadorian Shows Insecurity with National Situation Quito, Jan 29 (Prensa Latina) The 72.8 percent of Ecuadorians are currently feeling insecure, distrustful, pessimistic and anguished with the current situation of the country, according to a study released by the pollster Click Report. Fraud, the Justification of the Bad Loser Wanders Around El Salvador By Charly Morales Valido San Salvador,  (Prensa Latina) The unfounded rumors of electoral fraud launched by the right-wing Great Alliance for National Unity (GANA) embody Tuesday what in El Salvador they call 'killing the pooch in time.' Africa, Always Worthy By Ruben G. Abelenda (*)Libreville, (PL) Despite the complex panorama they have historically faced from the rich and plundering North, the serious economic problems they suffer, the hardships, diseases and environmental damage, the nations of Africa today are an example of dignity for the world. Salvadoran Presidential Elections, a Challenge to Nostradamus San Salvador, Jan 28 (Prensa Latina) If the end of the campaign was a thermometer to measure the intention to vote, the Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN) would undoubtedly win the Salvadoran presidential elections. Venezuela Faces U.S. Pretensions of a Social Outbreak By Odette Diaz Fumero Caracas, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) The U.S. pretensions towards Venezuela since the political conquest of Chavismo in 1998, when President Hugo Chavez took office, are described on Friday as a systematic attempt to destabilize the South American country politically and economically.