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December 2017
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Violent Protests Reported Worldwide over Jerusalem

Demonstrators took to the streets on Friday, the Muslim holy day, expressing solidarity with the Palestinians Thousands of Palestinians protested in a “day of rage” on Friday in the occupied West Bank, Gaza and in East Jerusalem against U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of the ancient city as Israel’s capital. Across the Arab and Muslim … Continue reading

Opposition Wants Election Recount in Honduras

Electoral authorities has not declared an official winner, but results gave a 1.60 percentage point advantage to current President Juan Orlando Hernandez The Honduran opposition battling President Juan Orlando Hernandez over a disputed presidential election proposed on Tuesday that a run-off be held if authorities would not recount the entire vote. Opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla … Continue reading

Macri to Address Relatives of Missing Submarine Crew

Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri will soon deliver a statement to the relatives of the missing-presumed-dead 44 crew members of the ill-fated ARA San Juan submarine, it has been announced. Macri has maintained silence since the vessel disappeared from the navy’s radars November 15, shortly after reporting an electrical fault and being ordered to return to … Continue reading

Protests Continue in Honduras after Elections

According to reports, at least three people died, including a minor, as a result of the heavy police repression unleashed in the last hours Protests in Honduras continue today in several cities of the country before the consummation of an alleged electoral fraud in favor of the president and candidate for reelection, Juan Orlando Hernández. … Continue reading

Hurricane Exacerbated Poverty in Puerto Rico

According to some experts the destruction caused by the storm revealed the true face of poverty on the Caribbean island Behind images of the country’s lush natural landscapes, great highways or metropolitan cities, poverty was, until recently, a hidden reality in Puerto Rico – currently standing at 52.3% following Hurricane Maria. According to some experts … Continue reading

Kenya President Sworn In for Second Term

Thousands of supporters attended President Uhuru Kenyatta swearing-in ceremony held at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta took office in a complicated political environment, as opposition leaders and supporters refuse to recognize his legitimacy. Media highlights the legal ups and downs that preceded Kenyatta’s assumption back to being head of state. Last week, the … Continue reading

Cuba and North Korea Strengthen Close Ties

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-Ho met in Havana with his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodríguez on Wednesday as the two countries reiterated their mutual support and rejection of foreign interference in their internal affairs. Continue reading

Moreno Challenges Correa to Hold Rallies in Ecuador

Ecuadorian president, Lenin Moreno, challenged his predecessor Rafael Correa to travel to the country and hold mass rallies so that people could tell him what they thought about the last years of his leadership. Continue reading

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe Resigns

The announcement was made shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings Zimbabwe’s president for almost four decades, 93-year-old Robert Mugabe has resigned shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings, a move that was abandoned after knowing about the nonagenarian’s decision. His letter of resignation was tendered to the Speaker of Parliament as stipulated in section 96 of the Constitution, […] Continue reading

CITGO-Venezuela Oil Executives Arrested for Corruption

Venezuela’s acting attorney general, Tarek William Saab, today informed of the arrest of the president and five executives of Citgo, a subsidiary in the United States of state oil company PDVSA, accused of signing financial contracts with conditions harmful to the industry. Continue reading

Argentina Mourns Death of Marta Vázquez

Marta Vázquez was the President of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Linea Fundadora Argentine women struggling to find their children and grandchildren are mourning the recent loss of President of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Linea Fundadora, Marta Vázquez. The activist’s death was announced November 19, by the head of the Peace and […] Continue reading

Chile Elections to Second Round

Conservative Sebastian Piñera obtained reached 36 percent of the votes, followed by center-left candidate Alejandro Guillier  with 22.6 With almost 85 percent of the votes accounted for in Chile’s presidential election, Conservative billionaire Sebastian Piñera will head to the second round with 36.65 percent where he will face with Alejandro Guillier of the center-left New Majority coalition, who […] Continue reading

Rural Children Work to Support Family in Argentina

According to a recent investigation, more than 50 percent of rural children are forced to work in order to financially support their families More than 50 percent of rural Argentine children aged between five and 15 years old are forced to work in order to financially support their families, an investigation requested by the country’s Labor Ministry has […] Continue reading

Venezuela Seeks to Resume Talks with Opposition

Leaders of the Venezuela government travelled to the Dominican Republic hoping to resume the dialogue first started on September Members of the Venezuelan government left for the Dominican Republic with hopes of resuming dialogue with the right-wing opposition, even though some of its members have said they will not attend. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met […] Continue reading

New Building Regulations in Mexico City after Quake

The new regulations will be published in the Gaceta Oficial, and will be fundamental to carry out the reconstruction stage The City of Mexico will implement new norms for constructions in the capital, as well as for rehabilitation of buildings affected by the earthquake of September 19. The head of the government, Miguel Ángel Mancera, […] Continue reading

Russia Reschedules Debt with Venezuela

The agreement provides for a refinancing of 3.15 billion dollars, with a flexible payment until the year 2026 Russia and Venezuela issued today a clear message of the strengthening of their bilateral relations, amid Washington’s pressure against Caracas, by signing an agreement for the refinancing of the South American country’s debt. This was considered by […] Continue reading

Venezuelan Government and Creditors Meeting Ended without Agreement

The meeting between the Venezuelan government and bondholders of Venezuela’s foreign debt ended Monday without an agreement, even though the government stated that the process of renegotiating to find better payment conditions has had a “postive” start. Continue reading

Chile Readies for Presidential Elections

According to surveys, right-wing coalition candidate Sebastian Piñera will be the favorite to win in next Sunday elections The presidential and parliamentary elections in Chile will take place next Sunday, when the candidate from the right-wing coalition, Sebastian Piñera, will be the favorite to win, according to surveys. The former president enjoys an advantage of […] Continue reading

Trump Is a Serious Threat to US Democracy, Expert Says

Trump has not yet signed any of the 10 major legislative projects he promised to approve in the first 100 days in office President Donald Trump is a Despot’s Apprentice whose authoritarian instincts constitute a serious threat to the integrity of the democratic system in the United States, according to an article in the newspaper […] Continue reading

Carles Puigdemont Still Committed to Catalonian Independence

Puigdemont intends to coordinate from Brussels the actions of his ousted government, which he considers legitimate The former president of the Spanish region of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, announced today the implementation of a ”stable structure” to coordinate from Brussels the actions of his ousted government, which he considers legitimate. In a letter released Thursday by […] Continue reading

Venezuela Opposition Masked for Next Municipal Election

Opposition candidates have been registered for December  elections behind the banners of other political groups Venezuela’s opposition has strongly denied its participation in the municipal election in December but it has presented candidates, who are hiding behind the banners of other political groups. That has been the logic in the discourse of the so-called Mesa […] Continue reading

Russians Mark October Revolution Centenary in Moscow

Celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution got underway in Moscow Tuesday with the traditional military parade that represents the bravery of the Russian people. On November 7, 1941 during World War II, when the front was just a few kilometers away from the city, Moscow hosted a military parade in honor of […] Continue reading

Historic 1941 Military Parade Recreated in Moscow

The names of the heroes of the Great Patriotic War will remain in our history for centuries, in each street, school or city and in the hearts of millions of people, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sabianin said today. Continue reading

Cuba Marks Significance of the October Socialist Revolution

 A floral wreath was placed at Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Havana Cuba yesterday highlighted the significance of the Great October Socialist Revolution, after a floral wreath-laying ceremony at Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in this capital. In the world that we […] Continue reading

Venezuela to Refinance and Restructure Foreign Debt

Vice President Tareck El Aissami will lead the presidential commission responsible for the restructuring, which will begin with changes within Pdvsa The Venezuelan government has announced plans to refinance and restructure the country’s foreign debt in order to overcome the “blockade and foreign persecution.” President Nicolas Maduro appointed Vice President Tareck El Aissami to lead […] Continue reading

Catalonian Secessionists Faced with Rebelliouness Charges

The request was filed after the secessionist leaders appear on Thursday before National Court (AN) Judge Carmen Lamela The Spanish Prosecutor’s Office today requested prison without bail for eight former council people of the Catalonian government who were accused of rebelliousness and sedition for their alleged responsibility for the unilateral declaration of independence in that […] Continue reading