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  • Panama to start deporting migrants from Darien Gap

    Panama plans to start deportation flights for migrants who crossed the Darien jungle in 2-3 months, funded by the U.S. under a new agreement. President Jose Raul Mulino is working with the U.S. to manage migration through the Darien Gap, which saw a record 500,000 crossings last year. So far this year, around 213,702 migrants,…

  • Honduran President Xiomara Castro has used emergency powers to send security forces into crime-ridden neighborhoods.

    Honduras has adopted a tough “iron fist” policy to tackle drug and gang crime, resulting in the seizure of hundreds of guns and the arrest of many suspected gang members. This approach, known as “mano duro,” involves deploying security forces into high-crime areas and plans to build a new mega-prison for over 20,000 inmates. However,…

  • Eladio Carrión pledges $50K to Puerto Rican gold medalists

    Eladio Carrión, raised in Puerto Rico, has pledged to match the $50,000 the Puerto Rico Olympic Committee is offering for gold medals at the Paris Olympics. In addition, he’ll award $30,000 for silver and $20,000 for bronze medals. Carrión, a former swimmer and Latin Grammy-nominated artist, has also urged fellow artists to help raise funds…

  • Daddy Yankee sold some of his master recordings to Cinq Music

    Daddy Yankee sold some of his master recordings to Cinq Music and a financial partner around 2021. This deal enables Cinq Music to reissue his 2004 album Barrio Fino and five other albums on vinyl later this year. Although specific details of the purchase were not disclosed, multiple sources confirmed the sale. Daddy Yankee retains ownership of…

  • Nicky Jam is enjoying his time in Miami

    I’ve always dreamed of living in Miami, and after gaining fame and facing difficulties in Colombia, I finally moved here about ten years ago. I now own restaurants and hospitality businesses in the city. My goal is to inspire others, having overcome challenges like jail, poverty, and drug addiction. Miami feels like a vacation every…

  • Blxst’s ‘Rewind (Remix)’ Featuring Feid & Becky G

    Blxst’s remix of “Rewind” featuring Feid now includes Becky G, who blends her sultry tones with Feid’s dynamic flow and Blxst’s R&B style. Becky G expressed her excitement about joining the remix and working with Blxst. The collaboration was teased by Blxst on social media, generating fan anticipation. The remix is part of Blxst’s debut…

  • Overnight, he could rap like Bad Bunny and sing like Justin Bieber using A.I.

    Overnight, he could rap like Bad Bunny and sing like Justin Bieber using A.I.

    Mauricio Bustos, a 30-year-old musician from Santiago, Chile, created the viral AI-generated song “NostalgIA,” featuring AI-cloned voices of Bad Bunny, Justin Bieber, and Daddy Yankee. Released under the moniker FlowGPT, the song garnered significant attention, hitting half a million TikTok views and nearly a million Spotify streams. Despite its popularity, it drew controversy, particularly from…

  • Severe storm causes flooding, major power outages in Toronto

    A severe storm has caused widespread flooding in Toronto, particularly affecting the Don Valley Parkway and leaving approximately 53,280 customers without power. At the peak of the storm, 167,000 customers experienced power outages. Environment Canada had issued a rainfall warning, with heavy downpours leading to flash floods and traffic disruptions. The Toronto and Region Conservation…

  • Colombian soccer federation president and his son among 27 arrested in chaos at Copa America final

    Colombian soccer federation president and his son among 27 arrested in chaos at Copa America final

    Colombia’s soccer federation president, Ramon Jesurun, and his son were among 27 people arrested during crowd control issues at the Copa America final between Argentina and Colombia. They face charges of felony battery on an official after allegedly fighting stadium security guards. The altercation occurred when the Jesuruns tried to enter the field through a…

  • Copa America final delayed: Hard Rock Stadium breached by ticketless fans before game

    Copa America final delayed: Hard Rock Stadium breached by ticketless fans before game

    Shortly before the Copa America final between Argentina and Colombia at Hard Rock Stadium, ticketless fans attempting to enter the venue caused a lockdown, delaying the kickoff by over an hour. Around 6 p.m. local time, fans breached the gates, leading to chaos as they evaded security. Videos showed many without tickets entering the sold-out…

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