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13 December 2018 2:29

  Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the United States of hatching a plot to invade the South American country, saying US national security adviser John Bolton was leading the plan. "Mr John Bolton has been assigned, once again, as the chief of a plot to fill Venezuela with violence and to seek a foreign military intervention," Maduro said at a press...

12 December 2018 8:39

  Four people were killed and four were left injured when a gunman opened fire following mass on Tuesday, inside the Metropolitan Cathedral of Campinas city, near the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo. The assailant then turned the gun on himself. An eyewitness recounted seeing the assailant shoot a couple at point-blank range. "He shot the man and he shot the woman....

11 December 2018 15:13

The Arab League has slammed a plan by Brazil’s far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro to transfer his country’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Israeli-occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, warning that the possible move could harm bilateral relations. In a letter to Brazil’s Foreign Ministry seen by Reuters on Monday, Arab League’s Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said Bolsonaro, who is set to be sworn in on...

6 December 2018 8:13

  Hundreds of public sector workers marched in Sao Paulo on Wednesday to protest against President-elect Jair Bolsonaro's announced plans to overhaul the Brazilian pension system, starting by an increase in the minimum age of retirement. Bolsonaro reportedly plans to increase the minimum retirement age by two years, meaning men could retire after 37 years of contributions, whereas women after 32 years...

5 December 2018 15:09

US Defense Secretary James Mattis has directed the roughly 6,000 American troops deployed to stop arriving migrants at the southern border with Mexico to remain there through Christmas. The Pentagon chief made the announcement on Tuesday after a request by the Department of Homeland Security for the extension. Mattis’s previous order for the border deployment was set to expire on December 15. “The...

2 December 2018 16:22

Mexico’s new president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, has denounced the neo-liberal economic policies of his predecessors as a “disaster and calamity,” vowing to tackle corruption and chronic poverty in the Latin American country. Mexico’s first leftist president in seven decades, popularly known by his initials AMLO, was sworn in an official ceremony in the country’s parliament on Saturday. The 65-year-old won a landslide victory in...

2 December 2018 11:10

  US House Progressive leader Pramila Jayapa is joining a so-called caravan of migrants to cross the border with Mexico into the United States. The Washington Democrat (pictured below) is scheduled to enter from the Mexican border city of Tijuana on Saturday afternoon as a gesture of opposition to crackdown on immigration by US President Donald Trump. Jayapa, who flew to the...

1 December 2018 11:40

  Thousands of demonstrators marched in Buenos Aires on Friday, November 30, to protest the G20's economic policies as the world's leading industrialised nations opened their annual summit in the Argentine capital. The summit began in the Argentinian capital with a traditional "family photo" by the leaders of a group whose relationships range from warm and friendly to chilly and distrustful. Outside, as Argentina...

30 November 2018 19:19

  President Nicolas Maduro says US President Donald Trump is “persecuting” Venezuelans through harsh economic sanctions that have prevented the country from easing its worsening crisis. Maduo, who once again increased minimum wage by 150 percent on Thursday, blamed Trump for what his people have been through amid an economic crisis which is said to be the worst in the modern history. He compared...

27 November 2018 16:50

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has formally requested Argentine judicial authorities to use a domestic constitutional clause to arrest and prosecute Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, known as MbS, for war crimes in Yemen and the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi when he enters Argentina later this week to attend a G20 summit. The New York-based rights group filed a submission...

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