Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider have launched a crusade of prayer and fasting to prevent theological errors from being approved at the upcoming Vatican synod on the Amazon.
Venezuela’s dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Thursday that he had no intention of attending the United Nations General Assembly floor debate next week, to which he is invited despite not being the legal head of state of the country.
Cubans and Cuban-Americans on social media are pressuring American politicians to rescind, or at least launch an investigation into, the immigration status of superstar dance-pop group Gente de Zona, whose members perform freely in Cuba and have openly praised dictator Fidel Castro.
Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) claimed it was “extremely unfair” to equate his radical leftist policies to those of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro during Thursday’s Democratic presidential primary debate.
President Donald Trump confirmed on Wednesday that National Security Advisor John Bolton’s departure from the White House was in part a result of his strategy on Venezuela.
WASHINGTON, DC — Foreign Minister of Brazil Ernesto Araujo claimed on Wednesday his country has “benefitted a lot from trade with China,” apparently diverging from conservative President Jair Bolsonaro’s warnings against business with the communist regime as a presidential candidate last year.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro blamed ongoing fires in the Amazon Rainforest on conservative Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday, claiming the fires “make [him] want to cry” and that Bolsonaro is “destroying humanity.”
The government of Colombia threatened to campaign for the United Nations to brand Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism if it did not hand over the leaders of the Marxist National Liberation Army (ELN) terrorist group, a letter published by Colombian media revealed on Tuesday.
The Dutch government on Friday announced it would budget 23.8 million euros (about $26 million) for the Caribbean islands of Curacao and Aruba to help deal with a massive influx of refugees from Venezuela.
Kenyan doctors are decrying a government memorandum ordering them to mentor “incompetent” Cuban slave doctors as they cannot be trusted to work alone, noting that they opposed importing more doctors to the African country when so many native medical professionals are out of a job, Diario de Cuba reported on Monday.
Historic levels of coca cultivation and other illicit activities at the hands of Communist terrorists have contributed to skyrocketing deforestation rates in Colombia since the rebels signed a peace pact with the government in 2016, official figures show.
Orley García, conservative candidate for the mayorship of Toledo, Antioquia, Colombia, became the latest victim of suspected Marxist FARC terrorism, dying after being shot 13 times, El Tiempo reported Sunday.
Police arrested over 100 pro-democracy dissidents, dozens of which remain missing at press time, in Cuba on Sunday both in anticipation of and to shut down a protest event underway to observe the feast day of the patron saint of Cuba, Our Lady of Charity (La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre).
Venezuelans are increasingly turning to witchcraft practices for relief from the socialist country’s devastating humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan outlet La Patilla reported Thursday.
Two prominent conservative cardinals have blasted the working document of the Vatican’s upcoming pan-Amazon synod of bishops, saying the text contains elements that undermine the Catholic faith.
The Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), the largest Cuban dissident group on the island, and the Cuba Decide movement, an organization dedicated to bringing free and fair elections to the island, announced this week a mass protest to honor Cuba’s patron saint, Our Lady of Charity, on her feast day, Sunday.
Two unidentified men hurled a grenade into the home of Betsaida Montejo Pérez, a mayoral candidate in the remote town of San Calixto, North Santander, Colombia, late Tuesday – the second major attack on a woman running for office in the country since the narco-terrorist FARC organization declared war on the country last week.
MMA legend and Brazil’s Tourist Chief Renzo Gracie has threatened to choke French President Emmanuel Macron following his criticism of the Brazilian government’s response to the fires raging through the Amazon rainforest.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro ordered the armed forces to organize the “Sovereignty and Peace Military Exercises” on the nation’s border with Colombia on Tuesday, following disparaging remarks against that country’s government for accurately noting the link between Maduro and Marxist terrorists.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will miss a summit in Colombia on fires in the Amazon Rainforest for another surgery to fix damage caused by last year’s failed assassination attempt, his spokesperson confirmed on Monday.
FARC terrorist and Colombian Sen. “Jesús Santrich” called on fellow Marxist revolutionaries to return to killing in a second propaganda video this weekend.
Police found a mayoral candidate, her mother, and four others dead in western Cauca, Colombia, on Monday, victims of an ambush by Marxist FARC terrorists. The Colombian government is offering 150 million pesos ($43,574.25) for information on the whereabouts of
TEL AVIV – Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez on Sunday opened a trade mission in Jerusalem, in a move he said was a “first step” toward transferring his country’s embassy to the city.
South Korean police said on Sunday they had arrested five men for allegedly forcing a group of Brazilian women into sex slavery, having lured them into the country on the promise that they could become K-pop entertainers.
The Marxist regime in Nicaragua is persecuting members and leaders of the Catholic Church and committing “murders and crimes against humanity” over a year since pro-democracy protests began there, a bishop in the country told Breitbart News.
A prominent member of Venezuela’s socialist regime distanced boss Nicolás Maduro from the Colombian terrorist organization FARC’s return to violence on Thursday, insisting Maduro has “nothing to do” with the group.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro signed a decree on Thursday banning the setting of fires to clear land for farmers and other economic activities for the next two months.
Puerto Rican pop icon Marc Anthony exploded on Donald Trump on Thursday, describing him as both “gruesome” and “demented” after the president suggested that Puerto Rico is “one of the most corrupt places on earth.”
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won a Nobel Peace Prize for giving terrorists unelected seats in Congress, disregarding the rejection of the Colombian people.