Teresa Bo

Teresa Bo

Teresa Bo, based in Buenos Aires, covers Latin America, where she has investigated the darker side of Argentinian politics and reported in-depth on the "war on drugs", travelling deep into the jungles of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru.

She won two major awards in Spain for her coverage of the war in Iraq, including the prestigious Lara Prize for Best Journalist Under 30 years old. A native Argentinean, Teresa holds a bachelor's degree in international politics and a master's degree in international peace and conflict resolution.

Latin America

Venezuela's Guaido 'to seek US military support' to topple Maduro

Venezuela's opposition leader threatens to open talks with US military - as many of his political allies forced into hiding.

Venezuela's Guaido 'to seek US military support' to topple Maduro

Venezuela

Venezuela: Children die as bone marrow transplants unavailable

Venezuela's healthcare system collapsed after a drop in oil prices amid failing economic policy.

Venezuela: Children die as bone marrow transplants unavailable

Latin America

Venezuela opposition holds vigil for killed protesters

Venezuelan opposition mourns people killed in protests following failed call for a military uprising against Maduro.

Venezuela opposition holds vigil for killed protesters

Venezuela

Venezuela's opposition leader says medical aid to arrive soon

Humanitarian assistance has become one of the ways the opposition has had to pressure Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuela's opposition leader says medical aid to arrive soon

Latin America

Venezuelans turn to food production amid crisis

In the middle of Venezuela's political and economic crisis, and with US sanctions looming, agro-ecological projects are springing up in hopes of curbing food shortages.

Venezuelans turn to food production amid crisis

Latin America

Venezuelans growing desperate as crisis hits fishing industry

While political crisis continues people face their daily struggles.

Venezuelans growing desperate as crisis hits fishing industry

Venezuela

US sanctions hurting Venezuela's most vulnerable

As the US and its allies slap new sanctions on the country, life for Venezuelans gets worse amid shortage of medicine and food.

US sanctions hurting Venezuela's most vulnerable

Latin America

US sanctions on Venezuela hurt vulnerable ordinary people

In desperate need of treatment, how sanctions are hurting Venezuela's most vulnerable.

US sanctions on Venezuela hurt vulnerable ordinary people

Venezuela

Millions left without electricity in Venezuela

Though power supply is restored in some parts, the blame game between President Maduro and opposition leader Guaido continues.

Millions left without electricity in Venezuela

Health

Venezuela blackout: 'With the electricity out, I can't get my chemo'

Blackout endangers hospital patients already struggling to cope with the economic crisis that's led to food and medicine shortages.

Venezuela blackout: 'With the electricity out, I can't get my chemo'

Latin America

Argentina judge who led Jewish bombing investigation jailed

Former Argentine President Carlos Menem was acquitted in the trial, but victims of the 1994 attack hope the trial will pave the way to a new investigation.

Argentina judge who led Jewish bombing investigation jailed

Latin America

Venezuela's deadly crackdown adding to homicide crisis

Killings by security forces rose by 50 percent last year, which is exacerbating the country's violence epidemic.

Venezuela's deadly crackdown adding to homicide crisis