Police and mourners clashed in Buenos Aires on Thursday at the funeral of soccer star Diego Armando Maradona as thousands of people physically competed to pay their respects.
Communist regime agents dressed in lab coats violently raided the headquarters of the San Isidro Movement, a pro-democracy artistic collective in Havana, late Thursday, attacking a group of dissidents, most of whom have spent over a week on a hunger strike.
Protests erupted in Brazil this weekend following an incident involving security guards that left a black man dead in one of the country’s most expensive supermarkets.
A spokesman for the San Isidro Movement, a pro-democracy artist collective in Cuba, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview that President Barack Obama’s appeasement policy towards the island was “not functional” and that any dealings with the communist regime must pressure it to respect individual dignity.
The global medical aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) announced on Tuesday that it would end operations in a hospital in a poor neighborhood in Petare, Venezuela, because the socialist regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro has refused to allow its specialists to enter the country.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Diego Maradona, the Argentine soccer great who was among the best players ever and who led his country to the 1986 World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity, has died. He was 60.
Comments made by Brazilian Rep. Eduardo Bolsonaro, the son of President Jair Bolsonaro, warning against business with the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei served to “darken the friendly atmosphere” of relations and “damage the image of Brazil,” the Chinese embassy in Brasilia scolded on Monday.
At least 16 Venezuelan children remain lost at sea after authorities in Trinidad and Tobago turned their boat around this weekend after they illegally arrived on the Caribbean island’s shores in precious conditions, according to members of the country’s opposition.
Venezuelan state television broadcast a lavish birthday soirée for socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro on Monday, featuring salsa dancing, a full Mexican mariachi band, and a giant cake decorated with the nation’s flag.
A group of prisoners in the Venezuelan state of Carabobo was forced to kill a Rottweiler for food to fight off starvation, the human rights NGO Venezuelan Prisons Observatory (OVP) revealed on Sunday.
Hundreds of rioters in Guatemala vandalized and set fire to parts of the national congressional building in the capital, Guatemala City, on Saturday.
A mob of communists attacked peaceful supporters of the San Isidro Movement, a pro-democracy artist collective, who gathered in Havana’s Central Park on Sunday to back 15 activists on hunger strike in protest of the arrest of rapper Denis Solís.
CARACAS – Venezuela’s socialist regime has made it nearly impossible for citizens to renew or obtain new passports – a violation of international human rights law that could leave millions stranded and deprived of identity in the middle of Latin America’s worst-ever migrant crisis.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro used a national broadcast on Thursday to blame President Donald Trump’s presumptive loss in the 2020 election on the legitimate president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, whom he called “stupid,” an “imbecile,” and a “rat.”
Hundreds of members of the Yukpa indigenous group of Venezuela traveled across the country from their native Zulia state to Caracas, arriving on Wednesday seeking a meeting with socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro but found his repressive police force greeting them, instead.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro told fellow heads of state at the BRICS summit on Tuesday that the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) “urgently needs reforms” and that its “supposed monopoly on knowledge” hurt the fight against the Chinese coronavirus.
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, urged the world on Tuesday to reject the results of planned elections in Venezuela next month, certifying the socialist regime has made a free and fair election impossible.
Pro-democracy dissidents in Cuba condemned the island’s “accredited journalists” — reporters from mainstream media outlets with Communist Party permission to work — for their silence in the wake of an increasingly violent wave of repression, the Spain-based Diario de Cuba reported on Tuesday.
Manuel Merino, who became president of Peru on Tuesday, resigned on Sunday after nationwide protests erupted against his rule, killing at least two people.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro mocked the renewal of sanctions on his country by the European Union on Thursday, claiming the organization had “gotten stuck on Donald Trump’s tail” and vowing, “not even a thousand Trumps surfacing in Europe can handle us.”
A U.S. Federal Court rejected a motion on Wednesday by the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Cuban former slave doctors who accuse the U.N. body of helping the communist regime traffic them.
The state of Amapá, Brazil — on the nation’s northeastern border — has had nearly no access to electricity after a storm took out its power grid on November 3. As of Thursday, government officials say 80 percent of the state will have some electricity, but residents complain that they are now running out of food and water, rationing drinking water and foregoing showers.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro this week that he would give his most loyal military generals a raise, making their salaries $17 a month.
A Venezuelan propaganda show hosted by a top henchman of socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro promoted efforts by Democrats in Florida this week to remove Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) from his seat. That henchman, Diosdado Cabello, reportedly ordered Rubio’s assassination in 2017.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro threatened military action against the United States on Tuesday in response to presidential contender Joe Biden threatening to tank the Brazilian economy during his first debate with President Donald Trump.
Socialist ex-President of Bolivia Evo Morales, who resigned last year after the Organization of American States (OAS) found evidence that his Movement Towards Socialist (MAS) party committed fraud in that year’s election, returned to the country on Monday following a year in exile.
Brazil announced on Monday that it had halted final-stage trials for CoronaVac, a vaccine candidate for the Wuhan coronavirus developed by a Chinese company called Sinovac Biotech Ltd, due to “serious adverse events.”
The Congress of Peru voted to oust President Martín Vizcarra on Monday using a constitutional provision that allows it to do so when it deems the president “morally incapable” of running the country.
Anti-socialist demonstrations took place across Argentina this weekend against the administration of socialist President Alberto Fernández, whose management has led to a severe economic crisis.
The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention wrote in a letter to an NGO revealed Monday that it had found evidence of serial human rights violations, particularly “a systematic problem of arbitrary detentions,” in Cuba against political dissidents.