Thousands of protesters took the streets of multiple cities in Argentina this weekend to protest what is increasingly being referred to as the “VIP vaccination” scandal, in which the government of socialist President Alberto Fernández reportedly vaccinated dozens of ineligible people with friends in the administration.
The socialist government of Argentina imposed a one-time wealth tax on its citizens this week, allegedly to offset the country’s crippling debt, which has worsened during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
The number of inmates killed in prison riots in Ecuador this week rose to 79 Wednesday, government officials confirmed.
United Nations agencies have begun efforts to return asylum seekers currently residing in Mexico under the Trump Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) back to U.S. soil. An estimated 25,000 asylum seekers are eligible for transfer under President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the MPP. The UN received 12,000 applications over a three-day period beginning February 19.
Miami’s Cuban-American community held a commemoration event Wednesday to honor the lives of Carlos Costa, Armando Alejandre, Mario de la Peña, and Pablo Morales, four Americans killed by the Communist Party of Cuba while flying over international waters in 1996.
A senior member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), handed a seat in Colombia’s Congress as part of a peace deal, threatened to kill President Iván Duque in a video surfacing Monday.
The regime of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro staged a mega-concert in Caracas this weekend to call for the release of Alex Saab, a Colombian national arrested in Cape Verde last summer for alleged money laundering connected to his business dealings with the Venezuelan government.
Socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro has spent months promoting Carvativir, his “miraculous” droplets that, according to him, neutralize the Chinese Coronavirus in its entirety.
The United Nations Human Rights Council welcomed Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro to deliver remarks at its annual regular session on Monday, despite the fact that U.N. human rights experts have accused Maduro of committing crimes against humanity.
Doctors forced to work for Cuba’s slave doctor program revealed in remarks Thursday that they fabricated data on Chinese coronavirus investigations, making up names of “patients” that they had treated who did not exist to make the Communist Party appear more productive.
The Brazilian municipality of Serrana launched a clinical trial on Wednesday to administer to the town’s entire adult population doses of the Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine candidate CoronaVac.
Venezuelan conservative leader María Corina Machado shared a video this week showing citizens in the country using a garbage truck to transport an injured person to a clinic in lieu of an ambulance.
Federal police arrested Daniel Silveira, a member of the lower house of the Congress of Brazil, late Tuesday for a YouTube video the nation’s Supreme Federal Tribunal (STF), the highest constitutional court, claimed included speech that constituted a “flagrant crime.”
Peru’s foreign minister resigned on Tuesday after admitting that she received an early dose of a Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate before Peru had officially launched its coronavirus vaccination campaign.
Authorities in Cuba arrested an unspecified number of individuals in relation to the seizure of 700 pounds of meat taken from American crocodiles and jutías, a type of Caribbean rodent, the Cuban-American outlet Babalú Blog revealed on Sunday.
Pope Francis publicly thanked the Colombian government Sunday for granting protected status to Venezuelan refugees fleeing the chaos in their home country.
Venezuela abruptly ended a strict lockdown, an attempt to fight the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, this week after dictator Nicolás Maduro announced the official start of carnival season.
Conservative lawmakers in Brazil have introduced at least three bills to limit the ability of social media companies to censor the nation’s political commentators, the nation’s O Globo newspaper revealed Wednesday.
The government of Colombia announced Monday that it would offer temporary protected status for ten years to Venezuelan refugees who entered the country illegally, essentially offering a pathway to legal residency for nearly a million people.
Leftist candidate Andrés Arauz won the first round of Ecuador’s presidential election on Sunday, and will likely face fellow leftist Yaku Pérez in the runoff vote, after denying a bombshell report claiming the National Liberation Army (ELN), a Colombian Marxist terrorist group, funded his campaign.
A Labour Party MP in Britain has nominated communist Cuba’s medical slavery system for a Nobel Peace Prize for its supposed role in helping other countries during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
A Vatican-based international educational organization that credits Pope Francis as its founder is pushing gender theory in its curriculum, according to a report in Italian media Sunday.
South African medical students in Cuba under a bilateral education agreement denounced Havana this week for offering them “appalling” living conditions, barely feeding them, and failing to offer them access to proper hygiene.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro accused Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg of “abusive and dictatorial” behavior after Facebook censored Maduro’s promotion of an unproven coronavirus treatment known as Carvativir, an antiviral drug which Maduro refers to as “miracle drops.”
The U.S. treasury department on Tuesday authorized the Venezuelan government to conduct “transactions and activities” necessary to operate “ports and airports in Venezuela,” relaxing sanctions placed on the Latin American country by former U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration.
A prominent animal rights activist in central Santa Clara, Cuba, accused the Communist Party this week of poisoning her pet dogs, and repeatedly killing stray dogs prior to visits by Cuba’s second-in-command, Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Allies of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro took the top leadership positions in the Brazilian Congress on Monday, cementing his influence on the legislative branch and boxing out left-wing factions that attempted to generate interest in impeaching him.
CARACAS, Venezuela – “Are you paying with bolivars or foreing currency?”
Meeks is planning to slash the Western Hemisphere subcommittee nearly in half, according to a group of freshmen Republican committee members.
A poll published this weekend by the Venezuelan firm Meganálisis revealed that the vast majority of Venezuelans see the government of President Juan Guaidó as “a lie,” despite also overwhelmingly rejecting the illegitimate regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro.