Venezuelans protested at the Red Cross headquarters in Caracas on Monday accusing the government of selling some of the organization’s recently arrived humanitarian aid.
Country music star Tim McGraw canceled a series of concerts in Cuba, Spanish-language media reported Monday, shortly following the Trump administration’s announcement of new policies to keep Americans from engaging in tourism on the island and enriching the repressive Castro regime.
The Cuban communist regime sentenced Evangelical Pastor Ramón Rigal to two years in prison – and his wife Ayda Expósito to a year and half – on Monday for homeschooling their children, less than a week after their arrest for promoting the practice.
Angry Venezuelans burned effigies of Nicolás Maduro and other senior socialist officials on Sunday, as part of a traditional “burning of Judas” celebration during the Easter holiday.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro celebrated the “rebel Christ” on Friday to mark Easter, what was once a joyous holiday in the country now nearly impossible to celebrate amid its current socialist collapse.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) spent some of the congressional recess in South America, which included visiting the Colombia-Venezuela border, where he expressed support for the Venezuelan people and condemned president Nicolas Maduro as he clings to power and citizens suffer.
The socialist regime in Venezuela is managing to avoid U.S. sanctions by funneling oil through Russian state energy giant Rosneft, an exclusive report by Reuters detailed on Friday.
The communist government of Cuba once again arrested Pastor Ramón Rigal and wife Ayda Expósito on Wednesday shortly before they had planned to leave the country. Rigal and his wife are at the forefront of an Evangelical movement against allowing the regime to educate their children.
Venezuelan refugees in Brazil have found themselves competing with vultures for trash in a rubbish dump, according to a report from Reuters on Thursday.
Two-time Peruvian President Alan García ended his life with a gunshot wound to the head Wednesday after excusing himself from the presence of investigators seeking to detain him on corruption charges and retreating to his bedroom.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov claimed on Thursday that his government will do everything possible to help Cuba and Venezuela overcome the economic difficulties faced by the latest round of U.S. sanctions.
Criminal gangs are charging desperate Venezuelans fees to enter Colombia as growing numbers of people flee the deepening humanitarian crisis in their homeland, according to a report from NTN24 on Tuesday.
Cuban dissidents on the island and members of the American exile community welcomed news Wednesday, the anniversary of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion, that the Trump administration would allow Americans to sue the Cuban communist regime to reclaim property stolen during the Cuban Revolution.
Brazil’s Supreme Court ordered the censorship Monday of a report published by the magazine Crusoé alleging that current Supreme Court President Dias Toffoli was involved in corrupt dealings with the construction firm Obredecht.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is weighing designating fentanyl as a “weapon of mass destruction” (WMD). The deadly synthetic opioid mainly originates in China and is the top driver of the unprecedented number of fatal drug overdoses in the United States, an internal memo obtained by Task & Purpose revealed this week.
The socialist regime in Venezuela has recently sold $400 million in gold despite U.S. efforts to freeze all its international assets, according to a report from Bloomberg on Tuesday.
New York’s American Museum of Natural History expelled a scheduled gala hosted by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce after the entity chose to honor President Jair Bolsonaro at the event.
Cuban police released artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara on Monday after arresting him and several others for organizing a footrace to wave American flags around the streets of Havana.
The auxiliary bishop of Nicaragua’s capital, in one of his final sermons before Pope Francis transferred him to Rome, called on citizens Sunday to “fight” against the “repression” by the leftist government of Daniel Ortega.
China lashed out angrily on Monday at U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for criticizing Chinese policy in South America. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said Pompeo’s remarks were “lies” and accused him of using “wantonly slanderous, deliberately instigating, irresponsible, and unreasonable” rhetoric.
Nicolás Maduro’s top diplomat accused U.S. counterpart, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, of “shameless cynicism” Sunday following the latter’s call to allow aid into Venezuela.
Police in Kenya revealed the arrest Monday of a driver affiliated with the Somali outlet al-Shabaab in the case of the abduction of two Cuban slave doctors in a violent ambush on Friday.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo concluded a short tour of Latin America Sunday with a visit to Cúcuta, Colombia, a border city Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro blocked off this year to prevent U.S. aid from entering his impoverished country.
Mexican Church leaders rebuked the AMLO government for blaming past administrations for violence, when the current regime has failed to reduce the scores of murders carried out each day in the country.
Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro has triggered the “worst humanitarian crisis in the history of the Americas” with the help of Cuba, Russia, China, and terrorist groups, the executive director of the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) told Breitbart News Friday.
Cuba has invaded and conquered Venezuela, installing tens of thousands of government agents to help the Castro regime profit from drug trafficking, alliances with terrorist groups, and theft of natural resources, the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba revealed in a report published Friday.
The government of Ecuador rescinded Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s citizenship, granted in January, following his arrest Thursday morning on charges of conspiracy to hack U.S. military computers.
The shocking news Thursday morning that the government of Ecuador invited British police into its embassy in London to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange left many questioning why the Latin American country, which protected Assange for over half a decade, now felt comfortable letting him go.
Cuban dictator Raúl Castro issued a warning to his country, already facing significant food and goods shortages, on Wednesday to prepare for the “worst case” economy in light of a campaign by the Trump administration to undermine the communist regime.
The International Monetary Fund announced on Wednesday that it will block the Maduro regime in Venezuela from accessing $400 million in funds until a legitimate government is put in place.