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EU Won’t Recognize Independent Catalonia

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani assured that no European country will accept the independence of Catalonia During a radio interview, Tajani ensured on Thursday that ‘it would be good for the Catalan government not to proclaim independence, because no one will support it in that direction.’ The official stressed that ‘it is a Spanish problem’ […] Continue reading

Venezuelan People Celebrate Victory at Regional Elections

The revolutionary people of Venezuela continue the celebration for the victory of the Bolivarian forces at the Sunday regional elections, in which Chavez's ideas obtained 75 percent of the governorships. Continue reading

Venezuela: Bolivarian Revolution Wins 17 of 22 Governorships

On learning the results, Venezuelans celebrated the strengthening of their democracy, following an election day that developed in complete normality The Bolivarian Revolution won 17 of 22 state governorships following the regional elections held this Sunday, October 15, according to the President of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Tibisay Lucena, on announcing the preliminary election […] Continue reading

Venezuela: Opposition Doesn’t Recognize Voting Results

The Venezuelan opposition said today it does not recognize the results of the National Electoral Council (CNE) in the regional elections held Sunday, which gave the ruling party a victory 17 governors against five for the opposition. Continue reading

Maduro Forces Win Major Victory in Venezuela

The Venezuelan government, under the leadership of President Nicolas Maduro, won a surprise solid victory Sunday in the regional elections, winning 17 of 23 governors races, against five of the opposition and one still in dispute in the vote count, acc... Continue reading

Venezuela to Hold Regional Elections Sunday

Venezuelans will choose the governors of the 23 states after months of opposition violence and U.S. sanctions Venezuelans are holding key elections Sunday to choose the governors of the country’s 23 states after months of opposition violence and U.S. sanctions. Politicians of the ruling Socialist Party of Venezuela, or PSUV, currently hold 20 of these […] Continue reading

Venezuela Elects Governors on Sunday

Venezuelans will vote Sunday to elect 23 regional governors, amid the tension generated by President Nicolas Maduro's warning that winners who do not recognize his controversial Constituent Assembly will not be allowed to take office. Continue reading

U.S. to Leave UNESCO Next Year

The official withdrawal of the North American nation will be effective December 31 of 2018, the State Department indicated The United States has made the decision to leave the United Nations Organization for Education, Science, and Culture (UNESCO), as a result of the institution’s anti-Israel bias, according to the State Department. The country’s official withdrawal […] Continue reading

Million Victims of Child Labor in the World

The practice is mostly concentrated in agriculture which includes fishing, forestry, livestock herding and aquaculture The International Labor Organization (ILO) says that 218 million children between 5 and 17 years are in employment worldwide, and that among them 152 million are victims of child labor. According to data revealed by ILO´s Global Estimates of Child […] Continue reading

António Guterres Visits Caribbean Islands Hit by Hurricanes

Guterres told reporters that his visit to the Caribbean aims to “see what else the United Nations can do to help those affected” UN Secretary-General António Guterres is currently visiting Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica, Caribbean islands affected last month by powerful hurricanes. According to the Office of the Spokesman of the Secretary General, Guterres […] Continue reading

Caricom Tackles Consequences of Climate Change

The Caribbean Community (Caricom) has announced the creation of a special fund to recover agriculture in the region The Caribbean Community (Caricom) will create a special fund for the recovery of agriculture after the increased weather phenomena in the region, said today the newspaper Guyana Chronicle. The newspaper indicated that this way, Caricom considers the […] Continue reading

Large Budget Proposed for Mexico-US Border Wall

Ten billion dollars would be authorized for the construction of the border wall, and another 5 billion to improve ports of entry A House of Representatives panel has approved legislation to provide a total of 15 billion dollars for construction of President Donald Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The Border Security for America Act, […] Continue reading

What a Great Job We Have Done, Said Trump in Puerto Rico

Donald Trump went to Puerto Rico on Tuesday, nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria thrashed through the island  U.S. President Donald Trump visited hurricane-wracked Puerto Rico on Tuesday, hoping to highlight federal recovery efforts and repair damage done by his controversial early response to the crisis.   Trump’s trip to the U.S. territory of Puerto […] Continue reading

Putin Gives Venezuela’s Maduro some Breathing Room

Russia said it is open to a restructuring of the Venezuelan debt with Moscow shortly before a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro in Moscow. Continue reading

US Tells Cuba to Remove 15 Diplomats from Washington

The United States today told Cuba to withdraw 15 diplomats from Washington to ensure "fairness" between the two countries, after the State Department ordered more than half of its officials to leave the island until the mysterious attacks on their heal... Continue reading

Weapons Found in Gunman’s Hotel Room in Las Vegas

At least 23 firearms were found in the hotel suite occupied by the man who shot the audience attending an outdoor concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night According to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, there were at least 20 rifles in the suite, along with hundreds of rounds of ammunition, including two rifles outfitted […] Continue reading

Catalonia Independence Referendum Not Legal, EU

Catalonia’s independence referendum was “not legal” under Spanish law, a European Commission spokesperson has said The representative went on to say that “this is an internal matter for Spain that has to be dealt with in line with the constitutional order of Spain.” After Spanish riot police shut down polling stations and beat protesters, leaving […] Continue reading

Cuba Sends Specialized Medical Brigade to Mexico Post-Earthquake

Cuba sent on Friday a brigade of 37 doctors and paramedics to the Mexican state of Oaxaca to attend the victims of the earthquake that left nearly 100 people dead on September 7. On September 19, a new earthquake of magnitude 7.1 left 330 people dead a... Continue reading

Is the Crisis over in Venezuela?

This Saturday, it’ll be two months without pictures of opposition protests against Nicolas Maduro’s government which were appearing in newspapers worldwide every day. Nonetheless, the country’s crisis is still alive and kicking and is moving forward like a steamroller. Continue reading

Barcelona Mayor Wants EU Mediation in Catalonian Conflict

The head of the Barcelona government denounced a refusal of Mariano Rajoy to find an agreed solution to the conflict Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau will ask for the mediation of the European Union (EU) in the serious territorial crisis in Catalonia, whose authorities want to hold a referendum on self-determination, banned by Spanish justice, next […] Continue reading

President Joao Lourenço Welcomes Miguel Díaz-Canel

During the meeting, the two leaders recalled the historic ties of friendship shared by the peoples and governments of Cuba and Angola Yesterday afternoon, September 26, in Luanda, Angolan President Joao Lourenço received First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who participated in the new leader’s inauguration ceremonies at the head of a Cuban delegation. During the […] Continue reading

New UN Mission to Verify Peace Process in Colombia

This new delegation will verify the process of economic, political and social reintegration of the former FARC-EP combatants The second UN mission for the implementation of the peace process in Colombia will officially begin today with the participation of 120 international observers. With an initial duration of 12 months, this new delegation will verify the […] Continue reading

Far-Right Party Wins Seats in German Parliament

The result for the parliamentary elections held on Sunday in Germany shows a remarkable turn to the Right The President of the German polling station, Dieter Sarreither, has submitted the provisional final result for the parliamentary elections held on Sunday, showing a remarkable turn to the Right. According to the official outcomes, Merkel’s Christian Democratic […] Continue reading

French Unions, Youths Oppose Reforms to Labor Code

The huge mobilization was called by the left-wing movement La France Insoumise (France Unbowed), led by Jean-Luc Melenchon More than 150,000 French people marched today in Paris to show their rejection of the labor reform boosted by the Government of Emmanuel Macron, a mobilization called by the left-wing movement La France Insoumise (France Unbowed). The leader […] Continue reading

Mexico in Grief: Solidarity Among Tragedy

Wearing improvised masks, motorcycle helmets and using picks and shovels, hundreds of people in Mexico City formed human chains along buildings that had crumbled down after the earthquake, in an attempt to try and help remove rubble and rescue victims,... Continue reading

Palm Oil Company Violates Environmental Norms in Nicaragua

The African palm production company, Agrodesarrollo S.A. has violated environmental norms intended to protect Nicaragua’s natural resources according to an investigation carried out by the online environmental magazine “Mongabay Latam”*. The company, which maintains plantations of African Palm over a vast extension of land in the North Caribbean Autonomous Region, has been linked to Jorge Granera Sacasa, brother of Aminta Granera, chief of the National Police. The probe yielding this information included examination of official documents, a visit to the affected zone, and interviews with functionaries of the regional governments. Continue reading