Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez, the second woman to hold the post, announced Thursday her withdrawal from the October 2020 presidential election.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov declared on Friday that evidence surrounding the alleged poisoning of dissident Alexey Navalny featured too many “absurd inconsistencies” to be taken at face value.
A marine conservation group published an analysis on Wednesday revealing that an armada of Chinese fishing vessels carried out more than 73,000 hours of illegal fishing in the Galápagos between July and August, pulling thousands of tonnes of squid and fish up in the process.
Venezuela’s regime-backed security forces and socialist vigilantes are responsible for systematic human rights violations amounting to crimes against humanity, U.N. investigators announced on Wednesday.
Iranian news agencies revealed on Wednesday that the country’s Agriculture Ministry would soon sign three memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with the government of Brazil.
José Guerra, a member of Venezuela’s National Assembly, lamented in an interview highlighted by Venezuelan outlet Dólar Today on Tuesday that “no solution” exists to Venezuela’s chronic gasoline shortages because socialist mismanagement has destroyed the nation’s refineries.
Desperate Venezuelans took to the streets close to 750 times last month, for around 30 protests per day, according to an analysis from the Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict published Monday.
Venezuelans in the city of Maracay must sleep on the street, with socialist officials failing to provide shelter after devastating flooding led to hundreds of people losing their homes last week, NTN24 reported Monday.
Rioters in Bogotá, Colombia, ran over a woman with a stolen bus on Thursday on the second day of left-wing violence in response to the police killing of a man for allegedly violating Chinese coronavirus quarantine measures.
BOGOTÁ, Colombia — At least seven people have died and hundreds were injured during anti-police riots in the Colombian capital of Bogotá.
Panicked locals in towns on the banks of the Rio Limón in Aragua state, Venezuela, fled for their lives as the river overflowed on Wednesday, flooding entire highways and sweeping away anything in its path.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump of attempting to “sabotage” upcoming legislative elections, which Maduro convened for December despite not legally being president of Venezuela for over a year.
The Communist Party of Cuba detained at least two dozen people for participating in a dissident-led homage to Our Lady of Charity, the patroness saint of Cuba, whose feast day is September 8.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro commemorated the 44th anniversary of the death of Chinese communist dictator Mao Zedong by praising the “great helmsman” for his “strategic genius.”
Juan Guaidó, the legal president of Venezuela, urged people in the country on Monday to join a rally celebrating “health heroes” fighting the Chinese coronavirus pandemic — a small-scale attempt to rebuild the enormous momentum behind anti-socialist protests that fizzled under his leadership.
The leader of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro’s fraudulent “national constituent assembly” Diosdado Cabello, has admitted that they will not write a new constitution despite that being its purpose when it was founded over three years ago.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo welcomed the release of Cuban journalist Roberto de Jesús Quiñones Haces from a year in prison on Sunday, calling Havana “disgraceful” for punishing the writer for covering religious persecution on the island.
CARACAS – An oil spill has unleashed a wave of devastation onto the shores of Venezuela’s Morrocoy National Park and its mangroves, gravely endangering its fragile ecosystem.
Shocking footage from the Venezuelan city of Cabimas shows the streets flooded with crude oil.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó enjoys only about five percent support from a citizenry that also overwhelmingly rejects dictator Nicolás Maduro — a reality that the U.S. should address in its policy towards the country, a senior Venezuelan pollster told Breitbart News this week.
Colombian President Iván Duque confirmed Thursday that Colombian authorities had arrested four Venezuelans organizing “destabilization operations” within the country who were “allegedly promoted and financed by the dictatorial regime of Nicolás Maduro,” Runrunes reports.
Granma, the official newspaper of the Cuban Communist Party, predicted this week that left-wing Venezuelan opposition personality Henrique Capriles Radonski, who it praised for seeking a “greater goal” than his peers, would soon wrest control of the anti-Maduro movement from President Juan Guaidó.
Venezuelan opposition personality Henrique Capriles Radonski came under fire this week for holding talks with Islamist Turkey without the approval of President Juan Guaidó and embracing the parliamentary elections organized by the Maduro regime.
Venezuelan opposition personality Henrique Capriles admitted publicly to holding talks with the administration of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday.
María Corina Machado — leader of Vente Venezuela, the nation’s only major conservative party — accused top U.S. Venezuela policy official Elliott Abrams of “undermining” President Donald Trump on Monday in remarks that branded her delusional and lazy.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro declared on Tuesday that President Donald Trump “approved” his assassination with snipers and offered a $15 million bounty on his head.
Police in Peru arrested clowns attending the funeral of a colleague who died from the coronavirus in an increased effort to enforce lockdown restrictions and slow the spread of the disease.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro pardoned dozens of opposition leaders on Monday ahead of December’s parliamentary elections.
President Donald Trump’s Special Representative for Venezuela, former opponent Elliott Abrams, accused Venezuelan conservative leader María Corina Machado on Monday of indulging in “magical realism” for refusing to ally with socialist opposition members against socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro.
Venezuelan opposition leader María Corina Machado, head of the country’s only mainstream center-right party, Vente Venezuela, rejected the possibility this weekend of a pact with socialist President Juan Guaidó against socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro.