The pressure and influence of communist China on Argentina’s leftist government has increased in recent weeks, as China seeks to take advantage of Argentina’s economic and social distress to take control of its strategic sectors, according to a report published by the Argentine news website Infobae on Thursday.
More than a third of Cubans have expressed their refusal to participate in the Castro regime’s sham legislative elections next Sunday, as they find little to no point in casting their vote for the regime’s handpicked communist candidates, according to a poll conducted by the survey agency Cubadata published on Wednesday.
CARACAS, Venezuela – The sudden resignation this week of Tareck El Aissami, one of the most powerful people in the Venezuelan socialist regime, has shaken the core of dictator Nicolás Maduro’s inner circle.
Argentine goalkeeper Leandro Requena appears to be set to have made the longest goal in soccer history after Saturday’s game in Chile.
CARACAS, Venezuela – Tareck El Aissami, one of the socialist regime’s most powerful figureheads, resigned from his position as the country’s oil minister on Monday.
A Cuban baseball player defected to the United States following the World Baseball Classic in Miami this week.
The mayor of Medellín, Colombia, Daniel Quintero Calle, announced this weekend that the city’s council has approved the budget to build a new metropolitan jail in the same style as the one built by Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele and recently inaugurated in February.
Sen. Marco Rubio said on Sunday that the Miami Marlins were reportedly blocking people from displaying anti-communist slogans.
A former Honduran national police leader called this week for his country’s government to send law enforcement officials to neighboring El Salvador to learn how to crack down on gang violence.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro pledged to work with China towards the construction of an “alternative to capitalism” on Wednesday at an online meeting organized by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Argentina’s embassy to China said on Tuesday that President Alberto Fernandez is considering the purchase of JF-17 “Thunder” fighter jets from China — three months after a deal for JF-17s fell apart and Fernandez said his government would not buy any military aircraft in the near future.
Nearly 70 percent of Salvadorans supported or expressed positive sentiments towards the election of President Nayib Bukele to a second consecutive term in 2024 despite the nation’s constitution explicitly forbidding it, according to a poll published on Tuesday by the Salvadoran newspaper La Prensa Gráfica.
Radical leftist President of Honduras Xiomara Castro announced on Tuesday that she has instructed the nation’s top diplomat to establish official relations with communist China, likely rupturing an over 80-year alliance with Taiwan.
Brazil’s Minister of Justice and Public Security Flavio Dino defended on Monday the need to regulate social media in Brazil to prevent “hate speech” on the internet.
Mohamed Farrara Lashtar, the nephew of late Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi, has established himself as one of the most trusted top officials in the repressive Sandinista regime of Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega, an extensive profile in the country’s Confidencial news outlet revealed on Monday.
CARACAS, Venezuela – Socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Saturday that he would preside over “free and fair” elections in 2024.
Brazilian collectors of weapons, professional shooters, and hunters (CACs) are facing the deadline for a new rule that requires them to re-register their firearms by the end of March.
An anonymous pro-communist Youtuber and social media commentator suspected of being an operative of Cuban State Security published the address and home photos of a prominent Cuban exile community leader – an attempt, that leader says, to intimidate him into silence by threatening his family.
Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega has broken off diplomatic relations with the Holy See after Pope Francis described Ortega’s regime as a “Hitlerian” dictatorship.
CARACAS, Venezuela – Brazilian radical leftist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva sent his top foreign policy adviser Celso Amorim to Caracas this week to meet with socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro and the establishment “opposition” in Venezuela.
The head of Brazil’s Supreme Federal Tribunal (STF), Alexandre de Moraes, ordered the provisional release on Wednesday of a group of 149 women accused by the Brazilian Attorney General’s office of participating in the January 8 riots.
The regime of Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega is guilty of “serious and systematic human rights violations” and “crimes against humanity,” the United Nations (U.N.) human rights office declared this week.
Chile initiated proceedings this week to attempt, for a second time, to rewrite its constitution — six months after the previous attempt was overwhelmingly rejected by the Chilean electorate in 2022.
Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega has continued his fierce assault on the Catholic Church, shuttering two important Catholic universities and appropriating their assets.
The Venezuelan socialist regime’s Oil Minister Tareck El Aissami announced on Monday that Igor Sechin, the head of the Russian state-oil corporation Rosneft, agreed to aid in boosting Venezuela’s crude oil production and advancing new “business opportunities” between both countries.
A Southwest plane flying from Havana, Cuba, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, filled with smoke and had to make an emergency landing on Sunday after birds hit one of the plane’s engines.
Russian state-oil corporation Rosneft’s CEO Igor Sechin visited Cuba over the weekend to meet Castro regime figurehead President Miguel Díaz-Canel and discuss “mutual collaboration.”
Former President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro told attendees at this weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, DC, that he believed he still had work to do as head of his country, teasing a re-election bid, and thanking former American President Donald Trump for an “exceptional” relationship.
LONDON (AP) — Britain has reasserted its sovereignty over the Falkland Islands after Argentina pulled out of a cooperation agreement and demanded new talks over the South Atlantic territory that sparked a 1982 war between the two countries.
Venezuela’s socialist regime announced the debut on Thursday of a 330-Venezuelan-bolivar ($13.50) “Good Shepherd” bonus through its Chinese social credit system-inspired Fatherland platform to members of the Evangelical Christian community in the country.
The Ombudsman’s Office of Colombia warned on Thursday that the government had reason to believe a wing of the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) terrorist organization had turned an entire town in the nation’s west into a recruitment and training center for child soldiers.
Colombian far-left President Gustavo Petro and Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele clashed on Wednesday after Petro, a former member of a Marxist terror guerrilla, called Bukele’s “mega prison” for alleged gang members a “concentration camp.”
An extensive report published Thursday by the human rights organization Prisoners Defenders documented in detail the abuse of Cuban political prisoners following the nationwide protests on July 11, 2021, including torture and arbitrary detention of children, infirm seniors, and persons with documented mental illness.
The authoritarian Sandinista regime of Nicaragua banned the nation’s Catholic Church from celebrating all Holy Week processions, ecclesiastical sources informed local media on Friday.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to stop interfering in domestic affairs, adding that Mexico is more democratic than its neighbor on Tuesday.
Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon reached its worst-ever February levels during the second month of socialist convicted felon Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s third presidential term, according to data from Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research.
Brazil’s left-wing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva reportedly embarrassed the Biden administration on Monday by allowing two Iranian warships to dock in Rio de Janeiro, only a few weeks after President Joe Biden rolled out the red carpet for Lula in Washington.
Outraged lawmakers are protesting a Biden administration plan to allow Cuban regime agents to tour “sensitive national security facilities.”
CARACAS, Venezuela – Americans’ recent woes with eggs, and inflation generally, have affected close friends, acquaintances, and strangers alike — and they are something I, as a Venezuelan, am all too familiar with.
Approximately 500,000 Mexicans gathered at Mexico City’s Zócalo Square on Sunday to peacefully protest the “Plan B” electoral reform law spearheaded by far-left Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador that would severely reduce the power and reach of the country’s independent election oversight committee, the National Electoral Institute (INE).