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28 May 2016 9:03

  Hundreds of people in Brazil have expressed their outrage at the gang rape of a teenage girl by 30 men after the shocking video of the brutal attack was posted online by bragging attackers.  The protesters rallied in front of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro on Friday, shouting slogans and carrying placards and banners in condemnation of the horrifying...

24 May 2016 13:11

  Brazil’s interim government has been rattled by a leaked audio tape suggesting a plot against suspended President Dilma Rousseff, a scandal that forced a key minister in the new cabinet to resign. Brazilian Planning Minister Romero Juca, a close ally of acting President Michel Temer, said Monday he is stepping down. The decision came a day after a Brazilian newspaper published the transcript...

24 May 2016 12:13

  Mexican forensic officials and independent experts have begun exhuming more than 100 corpses found in a mass grave in the central state of Morelos. Head prosecutor in Morelos Javier Perez was among those witnesses to the exhumation of bodies from a rural grave, which includes two neighboring 10-meter (33-feet) deep pits, in the town of Tetelcingo in Morelos. Prosecutors said the 116 bodies in...

21 May 2016 12:03

  Venezuela has completed the first day of two-day military drills across the entire country in what has been described as a preparatory measure against “external threats.” Nearly 520,000 troops are reportedly taking part in the massive drills, code-named “Independence 2016,” which began on Friday. “The military exercise is part of our country’s annual military agenda and is one of our country’s military strategies,”...

18 May 2016 7:43

Venezuela’s opposition-led National Assembly has rejected the state of emergency decreed by President Nicolas Maduro. The legislators refused to endorse the decree on Tuesday, saying that the move “deepens the severe disruption of constitutional and democratic order that Venezuela is suffering through,” and that Maduro had disregarded the country’s constitution by issuing the order. Maduro announced a full-blown 60-day state of emergency...

17 May 2016 9:30

  The Venezuelan government has given itself sweeping powers to control food and energy supplies and enhance security measures under a state of emergency to tackle an acute economic crisis. The government published in its official gazette a set of measures that are to be taken under the 60-day state of emergency declared by President Nicolas Maduro earlier on Friday. The measures give the government and...

17 May 2016 8:35

The Venezuelan government has given itself sweeping powers to control food and energy supplies and enhance security measures under a state of emergency to tackle an acute economic crisis. The government published in its official gazette a set of measures that are to be taken under the 60-day state of emergency declared by President Nicolas Maduro earlier on Friday. The measures give...

14 May 2016 7:43

  Venezuela’s president has declared a 60-day state of emergency to counter, what he calls, a domestic and US push to topple his administration amid the country’s economic woes. Nicolas Maduro signed off on the measure and extended a state of economic emergency on Friday as a means of fending off “threats” from within and outside the country, without providing further details. “Washington is...

12 May 2016 14:03

  Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff looks set to relinquish power to her vice-president Michel Temer as the upper house of parliament votes to open an impeachment trial against her. The Senate on Thursday voted 55 to 22 in favor of opening the trial. A simple majority of the 81-member senate would have been enough to remove the president from her position for six months. Rousseff should stand a final...

12 May 2016 9:38

As the tension escalates on the Brazilian political arena, the Senate held a marathon debate Wednesday on suspending and impeaching President Dilma Rousseff, whose hours in office appeared to be numbered as the Supreme Court rejected her bid to halt the proceedings. Even Rousseff's allies said she had no chance of surviving the Senate vote, which could end 13...

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