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Strasbourg Attack Leaves 3 Dead, Several Injured

The killing took place near Strasbourg’s Christmas market, which draws millions of tourists every year Gunshots in the center of the French city of Strasbourg on the German border on Tuesday left at least three dead and 10 injured, the local fire department told Reuters. The gunman was identified as a 29-year old man whose residence had been searched by police … Continue reading

UK: Theresa May Indefinitely Delays Brexit Vote

The move of the Prime Minister opens up an array of options for the United Kingdom, including a disorderly Brexit with no deal British Prime Minister Theresa May Monday abruptly pulled a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, throwing Britain’s plan to leave the European Union into chaos after admitting that she faced a rout. May’s move … Continue reading

CNN New York Offices Evacuated After Bomb Threat, No Explosive Found

CNN New York Offices Evacuated After Bomb Threat, No Explosive Found
New York City: CNN's New York offices were evacuated Thursday night after a bomb threat, but no explosive was found…
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Most Ecuadoran Disapprove President and Vice President

A survey by the pollster Perfiles de Opinion showed that most Ecuadorans disapprove the performance by President Lenin Moreno and Vice-president Maria Alejandra Vicuña According to the survey, carried out among 910 people from the cities of Quito, Guayaquil and Cuenca, 43.80 percent of those polled considered the work by the head of State to … Continue reading

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, New President of Mexico

López Obrador received the most votes for President ever in the country’s recent history and achieved a majority in the two chambers of Congress Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known as AMLO, is the first-born of an extended family, born November 13, 1953 in Tepetitán, state of Tabasco. He studied at the Autonomous University of Mexico, … Continue reading

Seven Found Guilty in Berta Caceres Assassination

A tribunal in Honduras has declared guilty seven out of the eight accused of killing Indigenous Lenca environmental activist Berta Caceres on Thursday Eight men, including military officials, were accused by the Public Ministry (MP) of orchestrating and carrying out her assassination in March 2016. The sentence will be disclosed on January 10, 2019. Those found guilty were … Continue reading

42 Migrants Arrested after Crossing US-Mexico Border

The arrests came after tear gas was used on the migrant caravan trying to enter into the U.S from Tijuana The United States officials arrested 42 migrants on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico, a border official patrol told CNN. Rodney Scott, the chief agent for the San Diego sector, told CNN Monday … Continue reading

Evo Morales, Alvaro García Receive Support for 2019 Elections

The country’s top worker confederation said that Morales is its undisputed candidate for the presidential elections Vice President Álvaro García Línera, who has repeatedly ruled out the possibility of seeking re-election, finally announced today that he will run again for the post after the Bolivian Workers Center (COB) proclaimed him as the running mate of … Continue reading

China Rejects U.S. Stand in APEC Summit

China criticized that the United States took its hostility to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit and break the harmony of a forum summoned to deepen regional integration Geng Shuang, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry, said in a press conference that U.S. Vice-president Mike Pence, with his statements only showed anger against the Asian giant … Continue reading

Six People Killed in Haiti during Sunday Clashes

Policemen and protesters clashed during the demonstrations leading to the deaths. Around 75 people were arrested Six people died in Haiti Sunday during an anti-corruption protest according to Haitian authorities. The protest against embezzlement of Petrocaribe funds, left scores wounded. Policemen and protesters clashed during the demonstrations leading to the deaths. Around 75 people were … Continue reading

Social Movements Stand with Lula Ahead of His Court Testimony

Numerous legal petitions and appeals have been submitted to try to overturn Lula’s sentence but all have failed so far Social movements accompanied by Brazilian political leaders waited for former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Wednesday outside the Federal Police Superintendency in Curitiba, to accompany him on his first time out of prison in … Continue reading

Ecuador: Jorge Glas Back to Prison from Hospital

On hunger strike since Oct. 22 to protest his transfer to the maximum security prison outside of Quito, Glas was transferred early Tuesday to Wednesday to the hospital Doctors at the Carlos Andrade Marín Hospital in the Ecuadorean capital Quito released former Vice President of Ecuador, Jorge Glas, who was transferred back to the maximum … Continue reading

US to Hold Midterm Elections November 6th

In recent weeks the struggle for control of the Senate has intensified, with a tendency to favor the red party Republicans Electoral predictions accentuate the existing division among the voters who will attend the mid-term elections in the United States, something which tells of President Donald Trump’s failure to unite the country. Just two days … Continue reading

Migrant Caravan Continues Walk through Mexican Territory

The migrant caravan, self-named Central American Exodus, left early Thursday morning for the city of Matias Romero in the state of Oaxaca, headed toward Veracruz According to immigration expert Amelia Frank-Vitale, who is walking with the Exodus, after a massive general assembly, the migrants decided to travel toward the coastal city of Veracruz “because of the delicate … Continue reading

Ecuador Government Rejects Lawsuit by Julian Assange

For the founder of WikiLeaks the Ecuadorean president had already decided to end his asylum but had not yet officially given the order Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s lawsuit was rejected Monday by an Ecuadorean court after the whistleblower sued the government over violation of his fundamental rights as amid his stay in the country’s London … Continue reading

Berta Caceres’s Family Denounces Removal of Lawyer from Trial

The trial for the accused in Berta Caceres murder resumed Tuesday without the presence of the lawyer for the victim’s family Berta Caceres, an indigenous Lenca and the winner of the prestigious Goldman environmental prize, fought for years against the construction of the Agua Zarca hydroelectric plant on the Gualcarque River, a project led by … Continue reading

Donald Trump Alerts US Military about Migrant Caravan

The US president also said that his government would begin cutting aid to the migrants’ home countries in retaliation President Donald Trump said in a tweet Monday that he had alerted the U.S. military and federal border authorities that a U.S.-bound migrant caravan from Honduras was a national emergency while announcing that his administration would … Continue reading

Assange Files Charges against Ecuador Government

This comes nearly seven months after Ecuador threatened to remove protections for Assange, and to essentially restrict his access to the rest of the world WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has filed a lawsuit accusing the Ecuadorean government of violating his fundamental rights, his lawyer told a news conference Friday. This comes nearly seven months after Ecuador threatened … Continue reading

Theresa May Announces Possible Extension of Brexit Transition

Speaking to the press in the framework of the European summit in Brussels, the prime minister noted that this transition period would take a few more months British Prime Minister Theresa May said today that her country and the European Union (EU) are weighing the possibility of extending the Brexit transition or UK’s withdrawal from … Continue reading

Deadly School Attack Reported in Crimea

Reportedly, the number of casualties increased to 18 people, about 50 people remain wounded Witnesses at a high school in Kerch, Crimea, on Wednesday gave versions of armed people who opened fire, after detonating a bomb in that educational center, with a preliminary death toll of 18 and 50 wounded. A first story by the … Continue reading

Bolivia Celebrates Decolonization Day

President Evo Morales said that the indigenous movement always fought for the Homeland and to recover its identity While the policies of plundering our natural resources continue, our struggle will continue, President Evo Morales said on Friday, celebrating the Decolonization Day and presenting the International Year of Indigenous Languages. From the Casa Grande del Pueblo, … Continue reading

Nikki Haley Resigns as US Ambassador to UN

According to Axios website, the ambassador discussed her resignation with Trump last week during a visit to the White House US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, presented her resignation to President Donald Trump, in what is the most recent resignation in an administration with numerous casualties, local media reported on Tuesday. Several news organizations … Continue reading

Brazil Announces Runoff Election for Next October 28th

Fernando Haddad from the Workers Party (PT) and far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro from the Social Liberal Party (PSL) will be the two candidates of the runoff Fernando Haddad from the Workers Party (PT) will face far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro from the Social Liberal Party (PSL) in the runoff election slated for October 28 to decide … Continue reading

Brazil: Presidential Candidates to Last TV Debate

According to the calendar for the 2018 elections, today will be the last day to spread electoral propaganda through radio and TV, as well as rallies Seven of the 13 candidates to Brazil’s presidency will liven up today in TV Globo the last debate before the first summon to vote in the first round of … Continue reading

Chile ‘Not Obligated’ to Negotiate with Bolivia over Sea Access, ICJ

Bolivian President Evo Morales gave a press release shortly after the ruling and vowed to continue the fight for sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean The International Court of Justice in The Hague Monday delivered its ruling on the dispute between Bolivia and neighbor Chile on access to the Pacific Ocean in which the court said that Chile “has … Continue reading

Over 1,200 Deaths in Indonesia Due to Earthquake, Tsunami

Local media report that the lack of food and gasoline marks the priorities of the disaster’s survivors The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami that shook the island of Celebes in Indonesia on Friday reached 1,203, the Rapid Action Team working in the affected area reported today. Tom Lembong, chairman at Indonesia Investment Coordinating … Continue reading