Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Elizabeth Melimopoulos is an online producer with Al Jazeera English. She has covered stories in Latin America mainly Venezuela and Mexico, and writes on elections, politics, and Mexico’s war on drugs.

 

Venezuela

Rival rallies held in Caracas as Venezuela crisis intensifies

Government supporters protest against 'imperialism', as in another part of Caracas the opposition demands 'change'.

Rival rallies held in Caracas as Venezuela crisis intensifies

Venezuela

Venezuela, the military, and its support: An explainer

Who does Venezuela's military support and why is it so important in the country's current political crisis?

Venezuela, the military, and its support: An explainer

Venezuela

Venezuela: A simple guide to understanding the current crisis

As Venezuela's crisis reaches a tipping point, here's a simple guide with key points of the current situation.

Venezuela: A simple guide to understanding the current crisis

War & Conflict

Venezuela: After a day of turmoil, what is expected next?

As uncertainty sets in, analysts say unrest is likely to continue as Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaido struggle for power.

Venezuela: After a day of turmoil, what is expected next?

Latin America

Venezuela in crisis: How did the country get here?

Al Jazeera examines how Venezuela got here, what the opposing sides say and what is expected next.

Venezuela in crisis: How did the country get here?

Science & Technology

NASA's Insight lands on Mars - What's next?

The InSight mission will be the first mission ever to explore the deep insides of the Red Planet.

NASA's Insight lands on Mars - What's next?

War & Conflict

Digging up the dead in El Salvador to find the truth

As a forensic archaeologist, Israel Ticas has solved more than 500 homicide and missing persons cases.

Digging up the dead in El Salvador to find the truth

Latin America

Mexico: Referendum to decide fate of a $14bn airport project

President-elect Lopez Obrador says he will go by what people decide but scrapping the project would cost billions.

Mexico: Referendum to decide fate of a $14bn airport project

Maternal health

Saving the traditional midwife in Guatemala

For centuries midwives in rural Guatemala have played a key role in delivering babies despite the numerous challenges.

Saving the traditional midwife in Guatemala

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

Mexico President-elect AMLO lost 2006 elections due to 'rigging'

Roberto Madrazo, a former candidate, says according to information he had, AMLO was ahead of ex-President Calderon.

Mexico President-elect AMLO lost 2006 elections due to 'rigging'

Mexico

Violence, impunity and fear in the Mexican state of Veracruz

Mexico has been shaken by the grim discovery of a mass graveyard site with at least 174 bodies buried inside.

Violence, impunity and fear in the Mexican state of Veracruz

Argentina

Argentina's crisis: What went wrong and what is next

A plunging currency, a $50bn IMF credit line and street protests against austerity. How did Argentina reach this point?

Argentina's crisis: What went wrong and what is next