A group of supporters of Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó moved in the Venezuelan Embassy in Brazil on Wednesday after a Guaidó official claimed diplomats there had renounced dictator Nicolás Maduro.
Thousands of residents of socialist stronghold El Alto, Bolivia, marched into the nation’s economic hub and executive government seat, La Paz, chanting “here we go, civil war” on Tuesday.
The deputy speaker of the Senate, Jeanine Áñez Chávez, became president of Bolivia late Tuesday following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales and everyone else above Áñez in the line of succession.
Luis Fernando Camacho, a civic committee leader from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, has become one of the main opposition figures to emerge in the aftermath of Evo Morales’ resignation.
President Donald Trump “gave the order to overthrow and finish off the Indian,” Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro said on Monday, accusing Trump of forcing former Bolivian President Evo Morales to resign.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) issued statements of support on Monday for Bolivian strongman Evo Morales following his resignation.
Police in La Paz, Bolivia, pleaded with leftist rioters on Monday to stop destroying the city in statements in the indigenous Aymara and Quechua languages following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales. Morales, the first indigenous president of the
Sprite’s recent ad in Argentina celebrates mothers binding their daughters’ breasts, and applying makeup to and dressing their sons in drag to show LGBT “pride.”
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales fled his country Monday night for Mexico, where the government granted him political asylum, after promising to “never abandon” the Bolivian people.
Russian state propaganda network Russia Today offered former Bolivian President Evo Morales a job as a presenter just hours after his resignation on Sunday evening.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his administration on Sunday offered asylum to former Bolivian President Evo Morales, who resigned amid public fury over the election fraud that nearly gave him an unconstitutional fourth term in office.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the former Brazilian socialist president sentenced to decades in prison over extensive corruption while in office, will hit the campaign trail now that he is free, Brazil’s O Globo reported Monday.
Leftist supporters resigning President Evo Morales set fires throughout Bolivia’s major cities in protest late Sunday, unleashing what one local newspaper called a “wave of terror” in revenge against international pressure on Morales to step down.
Leftists around the world expressed their dismay Sunday after Bolivia’s far-left leader Evo Morales announced his resignation, following the publication of proof of fraud in the election that extended his tenure.
Bolivia’s socialist President Evo Morales, in power for 13 years after forcing constitutional reforms through to stay in power, resigned on Sunday following the publication of evidence he rigged the October presidential race.
Nov. 10 (UPI) — Bolivian president Evo Morales announced Sunday his resignation, hours after calling for fresh elections amid allegations of voting irregularities and growing opposition. Morales said on national television he was stepping down “for the good of the
CARACAS – Venezuela has always had trouble maintaining a functional power grid. I lived in the city of Punto Fijo from 1992 to 1996, blackouts were occasional back then. But those woes of times past are nothing compared to the catastrophic collapse of our power grid that started almost a decade ago.
A Colombian cat is being hailed a hero after it saved a toddler from tumbling down a flight of stairs on October 31.
A Chinese delegation delivered a “symbolic cube” on Thursday as a gift to the people of Venezuela, many of whom are starving as a result of the country’s ongoing economic and humanitarian crisis.
Human rights groups revealed Thursday that José Daniel Ferrer, the head of the largest dissident organization in Cuba, is nearing death after a month in prison in which guards are reportedly feeding him rotten food and “semi-fecal” water.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro has called for his country to become a leading “crypto-nation” with the use of his scam “Petro” cryptocurrency, declaring that it will help promote “growth and prosperity” in the crisis-stricken socialist state.
The Intercept editor and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald blocked a Brazilian reporter from striking his face during a live radio broadcast on Thursday.
Venezuela and Iran signed various “scientific and technological” agreements on Tuesday, as the two countries seek to bolster ties amid growing international isolation.
The parents of a one-year-old girl who died after receiving a Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine in Havana last month fled the country, they revealed on Wednesday, after Cuban police threatened to arrest them if they kept publicly demanding answers.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Monday the beginning of the country’s Christmas celebrations, meaning festivities will last for around 60 days.
President Donald Trump announced in a Monday Federal Registry statement that the federal government could no longer use taxpayers’ dollars for “educational and cultural exchange programs” partnered with the governments of Cuba, Russia, Syria, and North Korea.
Children in Bahía state, Brazil, began coming home hungry on a regular basis after the school system imposed vegan menus in cafeterias, the brainchild of a government official who had moved to the impoverished northeast state from the nation’s wealthy south, the Washington Post found in a report published Monday.
The government of El Salvador expelled the entire diplomatic corps of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro on Saturday, triggering a reciprocal response on Sunday and a war of words in which Maduro dismissed Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele as a “nincompoop.”
Cuba’s communist regime staged an event titled the “Anti-Imperialism Summit of Solidarity for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism” this weekend, with more than 1,200 delegates flying into Havana from around the world.
To understand Hispanic culture, you must understand Walter Mercado. Mercado, a Puerto Rican astrologer millennials will most fondly remember for his daily segments on the Univisión sensationalist news program Primer Impacto in the 1990s, died on Saturday as arguably the most respected person in Latin America.