Venezuelan socialist authorities reportedly arrested a man on Monday identified as Deivis Pacheco for filming firemen in the country’s Trujillo state pushing along an ambulance that had fun out of gasoline.
CARACAS – The first Iranian supermarket in Venezuela has been generating buzz. Sold to us as a “take that, America” joint venture between both “rebellious” nations, it’s further proof of the growing Iranian influence in what’s left of this country.
Facebook announced on Sunday that it would comply with a Brazilian Supreme Court order to remove 12 accounts belonging to supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro.
The U.S. supports Ecuador in denouncing China’s illegal fishing off the Galápagos Islands, a biologically sensitive marine reserve, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement Sunday.
The Assembly of the Cuban Resistance, a Miami-based human rights organization, recently joined the Coalition to End Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region, a group urging companies to stop profiting from the enslavement of Uyghurs in China.
The second wave of riots is here. Escalating violence in Portland. A surge of rioting in Seattle. Police in Chicago ambushed. Daily confrontations are happening again. The premeditated violence has inspired violence elsewhere. That ripple effect is always the intent.
Over a dozen Hispanic advocacy groups, activists, and public officials signed a letter sent to Netflix on Thursday urging the streaming service to stop promoting the film The Wasp Network, glorifying Cuban spies whose work killed four Americans, as based on “true events.”
Austrian gun exports into Brazil, driven largely by the export of Glock handguns, were up over 377 percent during the first half of 2020.
The United Nations is investigating a potentially illegal military agreement between North Korea and its ally Venezuela, Reuters revealed, leading to calls from the government of President Juan Guaidó for the world to repudiate the socialist regime.
The Supreme Court of Mexico rejected a bid by the state of Veracruz to decriminalize abortion during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Wednesday slammed the Emmy Awards for their “erasure” of Latino actors, calling the lack of a single Emmy Award nominee as “demoralizing.”
Four soldiers and two civilians in Venezuela have been charged with murdering a man protesting the country’s chronic gasoline shortages, El Nacional reported Wednesday.
The Ecuadorian Navy is monitoring the presence of hundreds of fishing vessels, many suspected to be Chinese, near the Galapagos Islands and has increased patrols to prevent the ships from entering their ecologically sensitive water, the country’s defense ministry confirmed this weekend.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested negative for Chinese coronavirus this weekend, he announced on Twitter, after about two weeks of fighting the disease.
Fruit industry leaders in Chile and China signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) this week to reinforce trade ties, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported on Friday.
Brazil’s coronavirus-positive president, Jair Bolsonaro, took out his motorcycle for a ride on Thursday outside his official residence in Brasilia, talking with garbage collectors without a mask, according to photographs circulating on social media.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi floated the possibility on Thursday of offering Latin American countries a $1 billion loan to buy a Chinese coronavirus vaccine from Beijing.
Gangs loyal to socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro’s regime in Venezuela were filmed handing out brutal punishments to individuals violating the nationwide quarantine imposed as a preventative measure against the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
Kenya’s largest doctors’ union protested the government welcoming more Cuban slave doctors to the country this week, taking positions that the union says would greatly help 1,000 unemployed Kenyan doctors survive.
A poll published Tuesday revealed that nearly 80 percent of Venezuelans believe President Donald Trump should stop supporting Juan Guaidó, the legitimate president of the country, after nearly two years of failing to exercise his power.
CARACAS – It has now been four months since the Chinese coronavirus lockdowns began in Venezuela with no apparent end in sight. The Maduro regime recently extended lockdowns again last week.
Cuba’s state news agency advertised the creation of groceries exclusively for people who donate blood to the regime, the Cuban-American site Babalú Blog reported Monday.
Parts of the oil-rich socialist state of Venezuela suspended the sale of gasoline entirely on Monday in what authorities claim is a radical measure aimed at stopping the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
Colombian drug cartels and rebel groups are killing people who fail to abide by lockdown measures in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned in a report on Wednesday.
Attorneys with the Global Liberty Alliance, a human rights NGO, filed a complaint with the government of Uruguay on Thursday urging the nation to investigate its deal with communist Cuba to import doctors to the country.
Residents of Havana denounced the Cuban government in a report Tuesday revealing they have often spent as long as two weeks without access to running water in the past three months amid the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump celebrated the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) success against MS-13 gangs on Wednesday at the White House.
Venezuela’s socialist regime arrested a man on Monday accused of forcing a monkey to consume a fatal amount of alcohol for the benefit of filming a TikTok video.
Members of the Cuban exile community, organized by the Center for a Free Cuba, held a moment of silence to observe the anniversaries of communist murders on Monday, including the drowning of dozens in the July 13, 1994, tugboat massacre, the killing of Christian dissidents Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero, and the death of Chinese Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo.
In this post-collapse socialist Venezuela, bureaucracy has become a monster worthy of a mythological tale and, much like everything else that has systematically collapsed over the past years, it has become ripe for corruption and bribery.