The Nicaraguan National Police announced Friday it has opened an investigation into Catholic leaders for allegedly inciting violent acts with the intent of destabilizing the country.
Actor John Leguizamo raged on Instagram in response to actor James Franco being cast to play Cuban Communist dictator Fidel Castro in the upcoming film “Alina of Cuba.”
Actor James Franco will star as communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in a film about the life of his political dissident daughter eponymously titled Alina de Cuba, the entertainment magazine Deadline reported on Thursday.
Nicaraguan Catholics are reportedly increasingly upset at Pope Francis for remaining silent as the oppressive Communist regime of dictator Daniel Ortega shuts down Catholic radio stations and sends goon squads to harass protesters.
The Mexican newspaper El Financiero claimed on Wednesday to be privy to leaked documents showing leftist President Andrés Manuel López Obrador agreeing to pay communist Cuba more than $1 million a month for medical slave labor.
CARACAS, Venezuela – Puerto Rican media sites published what they alleged to be a court filing on Monday indicating that the record label behind superstar rapper — Brad Pitt co-star in Bullet Train — Bad Bunny and other top Latin artists received major funding from a former official in Hugo Chávez’s socialist dictatorship.
A large group of mainly women and children formed a human chain to block a major highway outside of Havana, Cuba, on Tuesday to protest the island’s poor living conditions, including worsening power outages, caused by the corruption and mismanagement of the country’s communist regime, the news website Cubanet reported on Tuesday.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro met with China’s Latin American envoy, Cai Wei, on Tuesday in Caracas to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries, Maduro announced on social media.
Cuban citizens took to the streets nationwide on Monday to protest the communist Castro regime, specifically objecting to the nation’s collapsing power grid, which necessitates scheduled rolling blackouts.
Argentine socialist Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner once again faced charges of extreme corruption this week, the Argentine news site Infobae reported on Monday, citing accusations by prosecutor Diego Luciani that Fernández engaged in an “extraordinary” level of corruption during her presidency from 2007 to 2015.
In the ongoing patent infringement battle between Apple and Ericsson, Apple has responded to a court-ordered iPhone ban in Colombia by claiming that its human rights have been infringed.
Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro announced his intentions last week to build a series of large-scale luxury tourism complexes on La Tortuga, one of the nation’s uninhabited islands.
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday erupted in a Twitter rant against actor Leonardo DiCaprio and other celebrity environmental activists after DiCaprio complained about Amazon deforestation growing worse during Bolsonaro’s administration.
A high-ranking terrorist in the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has invested $1.6 million in attempting to assassinate conservative Colombian President Iván Duque, a top police official revealed last week, shortly before the nation’s first-ever leftist president takes power.
The colonization of the Americas by the British, French, Spanish, and Portuguese constituted “genocide,” Pope Francis told reporters during his flight back from Canada on Friday.
Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has seized over half a tonne of Colombian cocaine at the London Gateway port.
MADRID (AP) — Prosecutors in Spain said Friday they would ask a court to sentence Colombian pop star Shakira to eight years and two months in prison, if she is convicted in her expected trial for alleged tax fraud.
Former NBA star Enes Kanter Freedom, unceremoniously removed from the Boston Celtics roster after publicly condemning the Chinese Communist Party, spent much of this week in Florida meeting with members of the Cuban exile community and lending messages of hope and solidarity against communism.
Illegal Chinese fishing boats are responsible for the majority of man-made ocean waste found near or in the Galapagos Islands Marine Preserve, which is located off Ecuador’s Pacific coast, the Latin American news site Infobae reported on Monday.
Iran’s deputy interior minister for economic affairs Mohsen Kousheshtabar announced to Iran’s Tasnim News agency on July 26 that the socialist regime of Venezuela has ceded one million hectares of the South American nation’s farmlands to the Islamic regime for the cultivation and growing of food.
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv on Tuesday, marking the first visit by a Latin American head of state to Ukraine since Russia’s latest invasion in February.
A Brazilian investigative journalist group on Monday published documents that showed the “four most valuable companies in the world” – namely Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon – purchased gold illegally mined in the Amazon region for use in their electronic products.
Hundreds of pro-democracy Cubans, including current and former political prisoners, signed a letter published on Monday announcing a national strike in which participants will do as little as possible to allow the Castro regime to continue to operate in an attempt to finally end the communist system after 63 years.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro officially launched his re-election campaign in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday with a fiery speech condemning communism, “stay at home” Chinese coronavirus protocols, and his top rival Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, whom he referred to as an “ex-convict drunkard.”
CARACAS – Hundreds of Venezuelans that have fled Bolivarian socialism have sought asylum in Iceland, seeking to start a new life in an entirely different country with major cultural, linguistic, and economic barriers.
Chinese online fashion retailer Shein said on Thursday it will stop selling a garment that incorporated Mayan “cultural elements” in its design, according to the Mexican Culture Ministry.
A Chinese drug trafficking syndicate known as the “Bang de Fujian” has been building a high-tech indoor marijuana cultivating empire in Chile since at least 2020, multiple news reports in the country confirmed this week, citing the Investigations Police of Chile (PDI).
The government of Paraguay confirmed on Wednesday that it did not accept a request by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to address Thursday’s Mercosur summit, a rare rejection of a head of state who has made video appearances at international events critical to war efforts against invading Russia.
The socialist regime of Venezuela suddenly took its SAIME identity systems offline on June 17 with no warning or explanation, suspending the issuance of Venezuelan passports and identification documents to its citizens both inside and outside the country.
A news cameraman for a major network in Chile experienced a robbery in broad daylight, allegedly by a deliveryman on a bicycle, during a live broadcast on Monday – the second such incident after robbers stole the mobile phone a fireman was using to appear on live television out of his hand while he was speaking to a news anchor.
Ecuador’s government said on Tuesday that it was still trying to identify the dismembered “human parts” of an estimated 12 inmates killed during a prison riot in Santo Domingo city that day, Reuters reported.
The family of Alejandro Tamayo Chacón managed to record the 23-year-old’s violent arrest by Cuban repressive forces, Miami’s Telemundo 51 reported Sunday, shortly after the administration of leftist President Joe Biden deported him and two associates photographed attempting to reach America on a water bike.
A Liberia-flagged tanker carrying about 700,000 barrels of Russian fuel oil arrived in Cuba last week, the Latin American news website Infobae reported on Sunday, noting that the shipment demonstrated that Moscow was not only supporting Cuba’s communist regime but also finding outlets for oil stock shunned by the West in response to Russia’s latest war with Ukraine.
A chaotic brawl on a ration line to buy chicken on Saturday resulted in Cuban state security officials brutalizing civilians and left a pregnant woman, who reportedly fainted on the scene, hospitalized.
Latin pop icon Ricky Martin has been accused of incest and domestic violence by his nephew, 21-year-old Dennis Yadiel Sanchez, who filed a restraining order against Martin in Puerto Rico earlier this month, according to a report by the Spanish news site Marca.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro told reporters on Thursday that he has figured out how to “resolve” the latest war between Russia and Ukraine, adding that he plans to share this insight with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky next week during a scheduled telephone meeting, Brazil’s Universo Online (UOL) media outlet reported.
Hundreds of people took to the streets of western Pinar del Río, Cuba, on Thursday night to protest routine blackouts that have made life impossible for much of the island – the same night a separate crowd formed in Havana after a homeless woman and her daughters reportedly blocked traffic to protest their eviction.
President Luis Lacalle Pou of Uruguay announced on Wednesday that his country would negotiate a free trade agreement with communist China despite the provisions of the country’s membership in the regional Mercosur trade bloc, which prevent any one country from doing so with non-member states.
CARACAS, Venezuela – Jesús Faría, Venezuelan socialist party lawmaker, admitted on July 5 — Venezuela’s Independence Day — that the Maduro regime actively engages in internet censorship by brazenly reminding Venezuelans, “you can’t say whatever you like.”
Pope Francis told Univisión journalists in an exclusive interview aired on Monday that he had “a human relationship” with brutal dictator Raúl Castro and was pleased with Obama-era concessions to the communists–concessions that resulted in increased repression on the island.