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27 June 2016 12:21

Thousands of Mexican people have taken to the streets in the capital in support of the country’s teachers’ union. Nearly 30,000 people gathered in Mexico City on Sunday to express solidarity with the teachers, protesting planned education reforms and the arrest of their union leaders. The demonstration was organized by left-wing political party Morena whose leader, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, addressed the...

21 June 2016 9:12

  Thousands of Mexican teachers opposed to planned education reforms have staged another demonstration this time to slam the deaths of six protesters amid weekend clashes with police. Large crowds of teachers from the National Education Workers Coordinator (CNTE) union took to the streets in the southern city of Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca State, on Monday to denounce what they called a “massacre.” The participants held...

20 June 2016 18:02

  At least six people have been killed in southern Mexico in clashes between police forces and teachers protesting planned education reforms and the arrest of their union leaders. Thousands of teachers from the CNTE teachers’ union took to the streets in several municipalities in the southern state of Oaxaca on Sunday. The demonstrators protested government-proposed education reforms, which would require them to...

20 June 2016 8:46

  At least six people have been killed in southern Mexico in clashes between police forces and teachers protesting planned education reforms and the arrest of their union leaders. Thousands of teachers from the CNTE teachers’ union took to the streets in several municipalities in the southern state of Oaxaca on Sunday. The demonstrators protested government-proposed education reforms, which would require them to...

18 June 2016 10:21

  Thousands of teachers and their supporters from across Mexico have converged on the capital to protest educational reform plans by the government of President Enrique Pena Nieto. Nearly 4,000 teachers affiliated with the CNTE union and Section 22 of the Mexican National Educational Workers Union (SNTE) took part in the massive rally in Mexico City’s Reforma Boulevard on Friday to voice...

17 June 2016 12:33

  Another Brazilian minister has resigned from the government of interim President Michel Temer, less than a month after assuming office, over fraud charges. Tourism Minister Henrique Alves resigned on Thursday, becoming the third minister to leave the interim government since mid-May, when it took over from the government of Dilma Rousseff. Alves announced his resignation after being named in a plea bargain testimony...

15 June 2016 14:42

A man has been shot dead during looting and food riots in crisis-hit Venezuela, an opposition lawmaker says, bringing to at least four the number of fatalities from this month's wave of unrest. Milagros Paz said that 27 others were injured during a day of chaos and violence in the eastern town of Cumana on Tuesday. “It was all very confusing. There...

14 June 2016 21:20

  Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez says Caracas is currently being targeted by rightist international bullies, criticizing the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) for 'meddling in Venezuela's domestic affairs.'  Rodriguez, who was speaking on Tuesday at the opening of the OAS general assembly, lashed out at the head of the OAS, Luis Almagro, for what she called Almagro's bias toward anti-Socialist opposition groups in Venezuela who were trying to topple the legitimate...

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