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27 June 2015 16:23

Iran has agreed to a $500 million credit line for Venezuela to finance joint investments there, President Nicolas Maduro has announced.  He made the announcement after meeting Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh in Caracas where the two sides signed six agreements to expand financial, economic, industrial and technological cooperation. Among the agreements, there are plans for joint production of...

20 June 2015 12:51

  Thousands of Hondurans have taken to the streets of the capital, Tegucigalpa, to call on President Juan Orlando Hernandez to quit over an  alleged corruption scandal in his election campaign. Activists said 30,000 people turned out on Friday for the fourth weekly demonstration in a row and marched toward the Honduran prosecutor's office. Chanting “JOH out!” — referring to the president’s initials — protesters were...

18 June 2015 22:36

  Suspected members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, commonly known as FARC, have set off a bomb targeting an oil pipeline in the country’s northern region. The Colombian army said in a statement on Wednesday that the Cano Limon-Covenas pipeline, the country’s second-largest oil pipeline, located in the Department of Norte de Santander had come under attack. “The FARC, using improvised...

15 June 2015 21:41

  Bolivia’s President Evo Morales has blasted the US for still relying on military coups and dictatorships to impose its policies in the world, saying that his country is doing much better by cutting off Washington’s meddling. Describing Washington’s current policy as one of “military expansion,” the Latin American president said on Sunday that the US continues to use tactics such as...

15 June 2015 18:45

Chairwoman of the Mexican Senate's Foreign Policy Commission Gabriela Cuevas Barron voiced her country's willingness to broaden all-out ties with Iran. "Mexico is interested in expanding relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran in all areas, including political, economic, trade, industrial, scientific, technological and cultural fields and the Mexican Senate will support such expansion of ties," Cuevas Barron said in...

15 June 2015 11:10

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales has blasted the US for still relying on military coups and dictatorships to impose its policies in the world, saying that his country is doing much better by cutting off Washington’s meddling. Describing Washington’s current policy as one of “military expansion,” the Latin American president said on Sunday that the US continues to use tactics such as...

14 June 2015 14:55

Senior officials from the United States and Venezuela have met in Haiti in an attempt to “normalize relations” between the two countries. On Saturday, US State Department Counselor Thomas Shannon met with the president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, to discuss diplomatic relations, AFP reported. The meeting took more than an hour and a half. Cabello, who is considered to...

9 June 2015 22:48

  Early results from Mexico’s congressional elections show that President Enrique Pena Nieto’s party has won the vote, despite his falling approval ratings and election violence in several states. According to estimates by the National Electoral Institute, combined with its allies, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) is set to gain between 246 and 263 seats in the 500-member lower chamber of the...

7 June 2015 13:48

  Iran's car industry has shown signs of enhancing its share in Venezuelan market. The sale of US cars in Venezuela's market has decreased dramatically since President Nicolas Maduro banned American automakers from using dollars for transactions. Iranian vehicles made by Venirauto group seem to be an alternative to Venezuelans in times of a troubled market.

7 June 2015 8:36

Peru has a small, but vibrant Muslim community. Some Muslims came with the Spanish colonizers, but they didn’t establish a community until waves of immigrants arrived in the 20th century, particularly after the occupation of Palestine in 1967. There are now approximately 18,000 Muslims living in Peru. A mosque established 25 years ago is a place to learn more about Muslim...

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