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Hunger Strikers Fast for Three Weeks to Demand Lula’s Release

According to the newspaper Brasil de Fato, since August 17, Frei Sergio Görgen, Rafaela Alves, Luiz Gonzaga, Jaime Amorim, Zonalia Santos, Vilmar Pacifico and Leonardo Soares have been using wheelchairs and hospital beds Continue reading

Lula, Victim of a Judicial Persecution Already Seen in History

The general electoral prosecutor, Raquel Dodge, challenged Lula's presidential nomination, based on presumed ineligibility for having been condemned in second instance, which includes him in the so-called Law of Clean Slate Continue reading

Russia Alerts that U.S. Endangers Chemical Weapons Agreements

Russia’s foreign ministry has stressed today that it has complied with the elimination of chemical weapons, while the United States has maintained an irresponsible attitude towards agreements to control them. According to a communiqué, Moscow concluded in September 2017, under strict international control, the destruction of these weapons, more than two years ahead of schedule, … Continue reading

Thousands of Landless People Start National March for Lula

The members of the Movement of Rural Workers without Land (MST) will travel about 50 kilometers to accompany the inscription of the presidential candidacy of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Over five thousand members of the Landless Rural Workers (MST) start today the National March Lula Free from three surrounding cities which will end on … Continue reading

US Majority Believes Race Relations Worsened Under Trump

More than half of Americans believe that race relations have worsened in the country since President Donald Trump took office on January 20, 2017, a poll indicated today A new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll showed that 55 percent of voters say race relations have worsened under Trump, compared with 16 percent who say they have gotten … Continue reading

Maduro discloses names of masterminds and perpetrators of assassination attempt

The head of State showed several videos provided by the security forces working on the investigations The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, presented evidence against participants of the assassination attempt against him last Saturday and disclosed names of the perpetrators and masterminds. During a radio and TV statement from the Miraflores Palace Tuesday evening, the … Continue reading

More Than 100 Dead and 70,000 Hospitalized in Japan Due to Heat Wave

Maduro said that all perpetrators of the August 4 terrorist action are already captured and the authorities go about the intellectual authors President Nicolas Maduro announced that he will release proof in the coming hours of Colombia”s involvement in the failed assassination perpetrated against him on August 4. ‘I inform the people of Venezuela that … Continue reading

More Than 100 Dead and 70,000 Hospitalized in Japan Due to Heat Wave

The 48.2 percent of hospitalized citizens have been elderly and more than five thousand have fallen ill in educational facilities During the last three months 138 people have died and some 70,000 have been hospitalized due to high temperatures in Japan, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency reported today. These figures take into account the … Continue reading

Colombia Wants to Live in Peace, ELN Guerrilla Leader Says

Aureliano Carbonell told the Russian agency Sputnik that the Colombian people want to live in peace and want changes in society Colombian guerrilla commander Aureliano Carbonell, leader of the National Liberation Army (ELN), told the Russian agency Sputnik that the Colombian people want to live in peace and want changes in society. For the member … Continue reading

Venezuela’s Armed Forces Voice Unwavering Support to President,Gov’t

Several hours after the failed attack, Maduro denounced on national television it was a plot of the Venezuelan-Colombian-Miami ultra right wing Venezuela”s Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino condemned the failed assassination attempt against Nicolas Maduro and voiced the Armed Forces’ unwavering support to the President and the Government. Addressing the nation on national television from Tiuna … Continue reading

Russia Rejects Accusations of Interference in US Affairs

Washington has implemented at least three rounds of unilateral sanctions and is preparing another one this year that was partially approved by the US Congress Russia today repeated its rejection of accusations by the United States on alleged interference in the internal affairs of that country, after Washington summoned Chargé d”Affaires Dmitri Zhirnov for consultations. … Continue reading

Protests Over Release of Criminals in Chile

The Association of Relatives of the Disappeared (AFDD), directly blamed Sebastian Piñera’s administration on what has happened Although relatives of the disappeared and political prisoners in Chile were waiting for verdicts easing sentences of criminals of the dictatorship, they never thought it would happen in such a scandalous way. The assessment is made by Lorena … Continue reading

Mexico Investigates Plane Crash in Durango

In the incident, the 99 passengers and four crew members survived, although a child and the aircraft’s captain are in a delicate but stable state Aeronautical authorities are today investigating the causes of the accident occurred yesterday with an Aeromexico plane, when it was trying to take off from the Durango airport to the federal … Continue reading

Donald Trump Reiterates Call to Toughen Immigration Laws

Trump’s latest pronouncements occur only a day after he stated that entering his nation illegally has consequences US President Donald Trump redoubled his demands to toughen the country’s immigration laws and called for accelerating the construction of the controversial wall on the border with Mexico. ‘We must have border security, get rid of the chain … Continue reading

Wildfires Killed Dozens in Greek Resort

Wildfires sweeping through a Greek resort town have killed at least 74 people including families with children found clasped in a last embrace as they tried to flee the flames The inferno was Greece’s deadliest since fires devastated the southern Peloponnese peninsula in August 2007, killing dozens. Officials said it broke out in the town of … Continue reading

South Africa to Host 10th BRICS Summit

The Summit will take place from July 25-27 under the motto ‘BRICS in Africa: Collaboration for Inclusive Growth and Shared Prosperity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ South Africa is ready to host the 10th BRICS Summit, the group made up of the world’s major emerging economies that carry out 17 percent of global trade, in … Continue reading

Thailand Rescued Kids and Coach Back Home

The 12 boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach were discharged from a hospital in the northern province of Chiang Rai Thailand’s rescued youth soccer team that spent over two weeks trapped in the flooded Tham Luang cave complex made their first public appearance on Wednesday shortly after being released from the hospital. … Continue reading

Nicaragua Slams UN High Commissioner Statements

In a press release, the Nicaraguan Foreign Ministry made its strongest protest against these statements The Nicaraguan government called as biased the declarations of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights regarding the socio-political crisis which is still raging in the country. In a press release, the Nicaraguan Foreign Ministry made its strongest protest … Continue reading

Putin, Trump Talk for Over Two Hours in Helsinki

Trump called the private talks with the Kremlin leader a “good start” Donald Trump met one-on-one with Vladimir Putin behind closed doors Monday in a long-awaited summit overshadowed by the U.S. president blaming his own country’s past “foolishness and stupidity” for the two powers’ hostile ties. “Our relationship with Russia has NEVER been worse thanks … Continue reading

Mass Protests Awaits Donald Trump in UK

Shortly after Trump landed Thursday, the Amnesty UK unfurled “Donald Trump: Human Rights Nightmare” on Vauxhall Bridge, opposite the U.S. Embassy Mass protests are expected to greet the U.S. President, Donald Trump on his visit to the U.K. as he begins his official four-day tour Thursday. According to the Guardian, shortly after Trump landed Thursday, … Continue reading

Ethiopia, Eritrea Agree to End Decades of War

Both countries have agreed to reopen embassies and ports and to allow flight operations to strengthen diplomatic ties between them Ethiopia and Eritrea are putting an end to their volatile relationship, which has affected both countries since 2000, when an uneasy peace deal ended a two-year border war. “A new era of peace and friendship … Continue reading

Thailand Cave Rescue Operation Successfully Concluded

All 12 boys and their football coach trapped in Tham Luang cave for 17 days have been safely rescued Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha dismissed rumours on Tuesday that the boys had been drugged to facilitate the operation, saying the children had not been given anaesthetic. The rescue chief said Tuesday’s intricate and high-risk operation began … Continue reading

Sao Paulo Forum to Condemn Campaigns against Governments

Sao Paulo Forum to Condemn Campaigns against Governments
Havana, Jul 10 (Prensa Latina) The Sao Paulo Forum will condemn the destabilizing campaigns against Nicaragua and Venezuela, the U.S.…
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Erdogan Takes Oath after Presidential Re-election

Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan was sworn in as president Monday as the country’s political system transitions from parliamentary one to a presidential one After taking the oath and stressing that he would respect the country’s constitution and maintain rule of law and democracy, Erdogan was handed his presidential credentials by Acting Parliament Speaker Durmuş Yılmaz. Launching … Continue reading

Brazil: Demands Intensify on Lula Da Silva Release

A series of rallies, mobilizations, and concerts are planned as activists, and leftist politicians continue to demand the release of former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Supporters are also calling for Lula, who leads all opinion polls ahead of the country’s presidential elections, to be allowed to run when the election takes place … Continue reading

Ecuador Authorities Ordered Arrest of Rafael Correa

The formar Ecuadorian president has been accused of taking part in an attempted kidnapping of a political rival five years ago Ecuadorian judicial authorities on Tuesday ordered the preventive arrest of ex-president Rafael Correa, who is charged with taking part in an attempted kidnapping of a political rival five years ago. Correa, who is currently … Continue reading