Homicides in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro have fallen to their lowest level in nearly 30 years when the government began keeping records, according to new figures released on Tuesday by Brazil’s Public Security Institute.
Around a dozen independent Lunar New Year fairs have sprung up across Hong Kong over the past week in support of the city’s ongoing pro-democracy demonstrations, with organizers attempting to raise money and morale among supporters.
Brazilian prosecutors charged The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald on Tuesday with cybercrimes for allegedly publishing what were deemed as “hacked” text messages of Jair Bolsonaro administration officials, according to the New York Times.
The governments of Colombia, Honduras, and Guatemala joined Argentina on Monday in designating the Iranian proxy group Hezbollah a terrorist organization, a reflection of its growing influence in neighboring Venezuela.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro told the Washington Post in an interview this weekend that he could see a future of “dialogue” with President Donald Trump, over a year since he ceased being the legal head of state of his country and after months of increasingly harsh sanctions on his violent regime.
Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez Garced on Sunday fired two more top officials in wake of the fallout from the discovery of unused Hurricane Maria aid.
The government of Brazil unveiled its new $100 million Antarctic base built by the Chinese state-run National Electronics Import & Export Corporation (CEICEC) on Thursday, eight years after a fire destroyed its former base.
Socialist gangs loyal to Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro attacked a convoy of opposition lawmakers outside the country’s National Assembly in Caracas on Wednesday, consequently preventing them from entering the building for the second time this month.
Cuba’s Foreign Relations Ministry (MINREX) applauded Cubans living abroad “in defense of the Revolution,” the Spain-based Diario de Cuba reported on Thursday, suggesting Cubans who migrate are agents of the Communist state and disregarding the existence of political refugees.
TEL AVIV – Guatemala will not move its embassy from Jerusalem, the country’s new President Alejandro Giammatei pledged on his inauguration day Tuesday.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales threatened to form armed terrorist groups on Monday to take back control of his country from the constitutionally legitimate government that took over following his resignation last year.
Honduran Cardinal Oscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga said Sunday that he condemns the conflict between the United States and Iran and urged leaders to “learn the lifestyle of Jesus.”
Cuba’s communist regime has urged its citizens to visit the Iranian embassy in Havana to sign a book of condolence for the late Iranian terror chief Qasem Soleimani following his assassination by a U.S. drone strike.
HispanTV, a Spanish-language propaganda outlet owned by the government of Iran, published a report Wednesday touting a visit by senior members of Nicolás Maduro’s socialist regime in Venezuela to the Iranian embassy with the purpose of mourning General Qasem Soleimani.
Netflix has been ordered by a judge in Brazil to immediately drop a Christmas special which graphically depicts Jesus as a gay man.
Left-wing leaders and across Latin America expressed condemnation of President Trump and warned of incoming war after the failed Iran missile attack.
An NGO that tracks politically motivated arrests in Cuba announced on Monday that it had documented 3,157 such detentions in 2019, slightly more than in 2018 but significantly fewer than the upwards of 8,000 arrests common during the presidency of Barack Obama.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó successfully entered the country’s National Assembly on Tuesday after an army of socialist riot police kept him out of his office on Sunday, beginning the first legislative session of the year amid a blackout.
Chaos ensued outside of the top legislature in Venezuela, the National Assembly, on Sunday as dictator Nicolás Maduro deployed police and National Guard forces to block anti-Maduro members of the Assembly from entering the legislative headquarters, including President Juan Guaidó.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A 5.7-magnitude quake jolted Puerto Ricans out of their beds Monday morning, the strongest quake yet to hit the U.S. territory that has been shaking for the past week.
Burger King outlets in the crisis-struck nation of Venezuela will begin accepting various cryptocurrencies through a partnership with Cryptobuyer, the company announced on Thursday.
Qasem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s external terrorism forces eliminated overnight Friday by a U.S. drone strike, oversaw every military decision taken by Iran in Latin America, according to a report by the Argentine news network Infobae last year.
People in Venezuela have faced widespread gasoline shortages since Monday despite boasting some of the world’s largest oil reserves because the socialist regime failed to distribute supplies to fuel stations on time.
The Archdiocese of Managua has released a New Year’s message calling for national elections to allow for a “change of course” for the country, which has suffered under “totalitarian regimes.”
Honduran Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga lamented Tuesday that his countrymen face “bloody humiliation” as migrants and that many die attempting to reach happiness.
2019 was a year of mixed fortunes in the pursuit of freedom and democracy in Latin America, defined largely by socialist mobs using force to pressure the region to bow to their will. Despite this, the Latin American right secured a major victory in the resignation of far-left Bolivian leader Evo Morales.
As the sun sets on another year, those who left their mark on 2019 prepare for a new decade – one that will likely face unprecedented political, economic, and moral challenges to the free world. With 2019 came a growing
Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez announced on Monday that her government is expelling the top Mexican and Spanish diplomats from the country over an alleged plan by their respective countries to smuggle former government ministers out of the country to avoid facing trial.
The communist government of Cuba revealed tourism to the island dictatorship dropped 8.5 percent throughout 2019 — including major declines in tourism from Europe — in statistics Cuban media analyzed on Monday.
Japanese media reported on Monday that Prime Minister Abe Shinzo intervened to convince Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele not to give control of a key port in the country to the Chinese Communist Party.