Brazil: Lily Allen Dedicates Her Song ‘F*ck You’ to Jair Bolsonaro

The song is very well received by the LGBTI community for its message against intolerance. Performing for a live show

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Strike Paralyzes Haiti, Protesters Demand President’s Ouster

Opposition leaders in Haiti launched a two-day strike Monday that paralyzed the country’s capital amid another day of protests demanding

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“Truth Will Prevail,” Says Lula, After Leaked Documents Suggest He Was Imprisoned to Prevent Victory in Brazil’s Presidential Election

“There is no question the procedures against former President Lula are tainted by extremely serious issues when it comes to

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Chancellor Arreaza Denounces UNHCR for Inflating Migration Figures for Money

Chancellor Jorge Arreaza denounced the use of Venezuelan migration to obtain financial resources, and pointed out that UNHCR (United Nations

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Chancellor Arreaza: Peoples of Latin America Demand Cessation of Drug Trafficking and War in Colombia

The peoples of Latin America demand the cessation of drug trafficking, the violation of human rights, the cessation of war

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70,000 Chilean Teachers Continue to Strike for Better Education

Chilean teachers are striking for the second consecutive week to protest against the deteriorating public education system. Chilean teachers’ strike

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Lula is a Political Prisoner, Victim of Lawfare: Brazil Workers’ Party

“Lula is a political prisoner, sentenced and imprisoned without having committed any crime,” the PT said in a statement. Brazilian

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Argentine Former President Demands Freedom for Lula After the Case Against him “Falls Apart”

Senator Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has demanded the freedom and end of the persecution of former President Luiz Inácio Lula

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Brazil’s Top Prosecutors Who Indicted Lula Schemed in Secret Messages to Prevent His Party From Winning 2018 Election

AN ENORMOUS TROVE of secret documents reveals that Brazil’s most powerful prosecutors, who have spent years insisting they are apolitical,

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Cuban Solidarity: What HBO Didn’t Mention In Their “Chernobyl” Series

“Although Cuba went through economically difficult times, our state continued to offer specialized treatment to minors, fulfilling a commitment of

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Diosdado Cabello Received in Cuba by Díaz-Canel and Raúl Castro (+Canada)

The president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, was received in Cuba by the first Cuban

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We Need Your Donation – If You Can Not Donate Please Share (Sharing is Caring)

We really need your support. Help us with a small donation. The best option for us is recurrent monthly donation.

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Nicaragua Approves Amnesty Law To Bring Peace

“It hurts us to have to grant amnesty to confessed assassins of policemen, to torturers of the San José school

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300 US SouthCom Troops in Honduras to Teach “Humanitarian Assistance”

Some 300 more U.S. soldiers will supplement their Latin American and Caribbean allies to improve disaster response and “other crisis

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Border Crossings Between Colombia and Venezuela Reopen After Maduro’s Announcement

For the most part, the flow of pedestrians from the Simón Bolívar international bridge – the main border access –

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