Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro on Wednesday accused U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton of personally plotting his assassination, claiming the governments of Colombia and Brazil had joined the conspiracy against him.
A gunman opened fire on Christians at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady of the Conception in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Tuesday afternoon, after reportedly quietly witnessing an afternoon Mass at the back of the cathedral.
The U.S. Commission on International Freedom (USCIRF) has sharply criticized a proposed draft for Cuba’s new constitution for its removal of key references to religious liberty and freedom of conscience.
The United States demanded answers from Cuba on Tuesday about the ongoing detention of eight activists they say are political prisoners captured by the country’s communist regime.
The Russian Defense Ministry confirmed on Monday that it has placed two nuclear-capable Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bombers in Venezuelan territory, less than a week after Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro paid a visit to Moscow to secure key investment in his regime.
A Cuban rapper who sewed his mouth shut last month and is refusing to eat is reportedly in a “delicate” physical state, forcing the repressive communist regime to consider moving him out of prison into a nearby hospital.
The Arab League warned Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro against moving Brazil’s Israeli Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on Monday, claiming that such a move would damage relations with member states.
WASHINGTON, DC — Several Latin American countries are facing terrorist plots linked to Iran’s narco-jihadi proxy Hezbollah on a “regular basis,” Deputy U.S. Secretary of State John Sullivan warned on Tuesday.
Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro told a crowd at an assembly of Latin American conservatives in his native country this weekend that he feels, as Latin America’s largest economy, Brazil has an “obligation” to fight the leftist regimes in Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, and elsewhere.
A majority of Venezuelans abstained from the country’s municipal elections on Sunday. Just 28 percent participated in the elections, designed to elect some 2,500 counselors around the country.
The international community has turned a blind eye to the ongoing human rights abuses committed by Cuba’s communist regime throughout its 60-year tenure.
WASHINGTON, DC — Cuba continues to employ starvation and dehydration as a mechanism to break political prisoners physically and mentally, Breitbart News learned from a former political prisoner on Friday.
Elián González, a Cuban former child refugee who was violently expelled from the United States during the Clinton administration when he was six, opened a Twitter account on Thursday, explaining that he wished to thank Cuban second-in-command Miguel Díaz-Canel for his birthday wishes.
Venezuela is now importing 300,000 barrels of oil a day to ease domestic fuel shortages, despite having the world’s largest crude oil reserves.
American country music artist Tim McGraw will host a four-day music festival in Cuba next year featuring Communist Party-approved local acts and complimentary gifts from Castro regime companies such as the illegally operating Havana Club, Billboard reported on Wednesday.
Colombia presented a complaint to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, on Wednesday over the “arbitrary detention” of 59 of its citizens by the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
The Organization of American States (OAS) will host an unprecedented day-long event Friday offering an international platform to the victims of crimes against humanity and their families, who have suffered by the hand of Cuban communist regime.
Ecuador’s president says Britain has provided sufficient guarantees for Julian Assange to leave his government’s embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been living under asylum since 2012.
China’s state-run Global Times expressed outrage Wednesday over comparisons between its economy and Brazil’s, dismissing Brazilians as lazy and insisting that, “it may sound racist,” but Brazil’s culture is too inferior to China’s to ever succeed with full development.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow Wednesday, where the latter agreed to support the socialist regime economically and politically. As of press time, both sides have kept the details of this support secret, however.
It’s often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. That is certainly true with respect to the massive migrant caravan from Central America that has arrived in Tijuana.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis recently criticized Venezuela’s socialist President Nicolas Maduro as a “despot” who will ultimately “have to go” but indicated the U.S. would not use military force to make it happen.
Cuban artist Tania Bruguera was arrested on Monday, along with a cohort of fellow protesters, in front of Havana’s Ministry of Culture headquarters while protesting a new law that bans the creation of music or art without a license from the government.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan proclaimed that his country would “cover most of Venezuela’s necessities” economically during remarks in the Latin American country Monday.
The Washington Post published an explanation piece on Monday attempting to clarify the ongoing saga of “Havana syndrome,” a series of medical ailments the U.S. State Department has branded “attacks” that have affected U.S. diplomats and staff in Cuba.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan praised Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro during a meeting in Caracas on Monday for his support towards the Islamic world and the ongoing battle against “Islamophobia.”
Argentine President Mauricio Macri and Chinese Communist Party leader spent much of Sunday, the day after the G-20 summit in Buenos Aires together, signing billion-dollar trade deals and exchanging gifts.
Brazil’s new foreign minister said this week that his “main mission” in office is to combat the Marxist ideology of the preceding regime, including “climate alarmism” and abortion.
The total number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. has fallen to its lowest level in more than a decade, the Pew Research Center reported this week.
Global warming may be off the agenda at the G20 summit. If it is, we know exactly whom to thank.