A Brazilian senator was shot on Wednesday as he tried to drive a bulldozer towards a military police strike demanding higher salaries in the northeastern state of Ceara.
Over half of monetary transactions in Venezuela take place using dollars, and nearly two-thirds use any type of foreign currency, according to data obtained by the Caracas-based research firm Ecoanalitica.
Dominican armed forces hurled tear gas canisters at protesters congregated before Santo Domingo’s Central Electoral Board (JCE) on Tuesday, alarming a largely peaceful crowd united to demand free and fair elections after the JCE abruptly canceled the results of this weekend’s national polls.
Socialist Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced late Monday that he would order “surprise” war games to plan for attacks against the United States on a “permanent” basis following the conclusion of the latest exercises.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) could not name the president of Mexico when asked to do so by a Telemundo reporter on Thursday evening.
Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship lodged a formal protest against the United States Thursday at the International Criminal Court (ICC), asking The Hague to formally investigate Washington for “crimes against humanity.”
The oil-rich nation of Venezuela is producing its lowest output of oil in 75 years, according to the petroleum economist and professor at the prestigious Central University of Venezuela Rafael Quiroz.
A survey published this week by the Venezuelan polling firm Meganálisis found that the majority of Venezuelans want dictator Nicolás Maduro to leave power, but also have no trust in President Juan Guaidó to save the country from the socialism-driven humanitarian crisis it is now in.
The socialist regime of Nicolás Maduro confirmed the arrest of Juan José Márquez, President Juan Guaidó’s uncle, late Wednesday, accusing him of smuggling illicit items into Venezuela like C-4 explosives and a brochure on culture and religion in Israel.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó returned to his country on Tuesday after a world tour that included stops in America and Europe and was greeted by a mob organized by dictator Nicolás Maduro, which proceeded to pelt him with trash, douse him in water, and attempt to beat his wife.
Pope Francis has denied appeals from a recent Vatican synod of bishops that suitable married men be ordained to the Catholic priesthood.
Granma, the official state newspaper of the Communist Party of Cuba, floated “hypothesis” in a column published last week that the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in China is the result of American “biological terrorism” intended to hurt the Chinese economy.
Cuban police told the 17-year-old son of José Daniel Ferrer, the head of Cuba’s largest dissident group, to relay to his imprisoned father that his only chance at freedom is to leave the country, the younger Ferrer said on Monday.
Brazilian military leaders consider France to be their country’s biggest threat over the next 20 years as a result of disputes surrounding the Amazon rainforest, according to a leaked document published by Brazilian media this weekend.
The President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele ordered the military into the nation’s parliament on Sunday to demand that lawmakers pass legislation to secure a loan aimed at reducing the country’s shocking levels of gang violence.
VTV, Venezuela’s socialist state propaganda outlet, promoted a social program on Thursday called the “Humanized Childbirth” initiative, which dictator Nicolás Maduro claimed would grant mothers “childbirth without pain.”
Brazilian Judge Ricardo Leite dismissed charges against journalist Glenn Greenwald on Thursday citing a Supreme Court injunction against prosecuting Greenwald for engaging in journalism. Prosecutors charged Greenwald with cybercrimes over allegedly advising hackers to destroy incriminating evidence.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro discussed on Wednesday the warm reception the actual president of his country, Juan Guaidó, received at President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday, decrying Trump as “interventionist” and “immoral.”
The government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro launched a campaign this week aimed at encouraging young people to refrain from sex as part of an effort to bring down the rate of teenage pregnancies.
The socialist regime of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro dismissed on Wednesday President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address as a “circus spectacle” that the Venezuelan people found “offensive and disrespectful.”
The National Assembly of Venezuela – the last remaining democratically elected branch of government – approved a plan on Tuesday to help with coronavirus awareness and distribute a manual on how to contain the outbreak if it reaches the Latin American country.
President Donald Trump welcomed Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó to Congress as a distinguished guest of his State of the Union address on Tuesday, vowing that America would stand behind his legitimate claim to power against dictator Nicolás Maduro.
President Donald Trump welcomed Venezuelan President Juan Guaido to Tuesday night’s State of the Union address.
The New York Times published a report on Sunday declaring that Caracas, Venezuela, is experiencing an “economic boom,” despite the fact that the country is still in the midst of a humanitarian emergency that has led to one of the world’s most pressing migratory crises.
The archbishop of Managua demanded Sunday that the Ortega government lift a block on paper and other raw materials from the opposition newspaper La Prensa.
A senior leader of one of the Dominican Republic’s most prominent conservative political parties told Breitbart News he is concerned the island nation, just a little over 200 miles from the United States, could become a “hostage” in China’s growing bid for world hegemony.
A delegation of American communists were in attendance on Wednesday as Russians awarded Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro with the “Order of Lenin” award, presumably for his loyalty to Moscow during his country’s economic and humanitarian crisis.
HAVANA (AP) — The U.S. Geological Survey says a powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó continued a world tour banned by the socialist Maduro regime and landed in Canada on Sunday, where he has a scheduled meeting with leftist Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Authorities in Brazil have demanded that the United Kingdom extradite a man dubbed the “Pablo Escobar of Eggs” on charges of the attempted trafficking of endangered falcon eggs.