More Than 500 Hondurans are Detained Daily at the Mexican Border

The Honduran ambassador to Mexico, Alden Rivera, revealed that 500 nationals are arrested daily on the border between Mexico and

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Yellow Vest Act 22: Clashes in Toulouse, Vikings in Paris

Sporadic clashes with police marred Yellow Vests protests in Toulouse, the city chosen as the ‘capital’ of this week’s anti-government

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Why Iran Floods Inflicted Such Heavy Casualties, Damages

Flash floods remain the key challenge for Iran in the Persian New Year. But why did the recent floods leave

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Venezuela Rejects Asylum Lifting and Arrest of Julian Assange

The U.N. has called for Assange’s right to fair trial, especially in case of extradition, and Ecuadorean authorities have arrested

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US’s Pompeo Tour on Latam, Increases Pressure Against Venezuela

Mike Pompeo’s Latin American tour seeks to strengthen U.S. alliances with right-wing governments in region to destabilize the Bolivarian government.

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President Maduro Rejects Bolsonaro’s Military Invasion Threats

Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump seek to “to bend Venezuela in order to steal its riches,” denounces the Bolivarian leader.

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Juan Guaido and Fabiana Rosales: Lots of Radicalism and Lack of Charisma

Is the opposition taken by the more “gallos” ask some of those who have analyzed the procedures and speeches of

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End of Hyperinflation: Good News?

On Wednesday, April 10, an event occurred that for many has gone unnoticed: the National Assembly (NA) announced the end

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Assange’s Arrest in Times of Global Siege

In the last weeks, Wikileaks denounced the government of Lenin Moreno for the planned delivery of Julian Assange to the

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Gustavo Borges: “The Voice of the Barrios was the First that Rose on April 11, 12 and 13, 2002” (Interview)

Lives socially and politically in the barrio 23 de Enero. “Garitero” they call him. Armed with solidarity, enthusiasm and passion

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