Canada Enables Corrupt Haitian President to Remain in Power

By Yves Engler At the front of a protest against Haiti’s president last week a demonstrator carried a large wooden

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Despite Trump, Pastors for Peace will Arrive in Cuba on Monday

Havana, June 20 (RHC).- With their commitment to solidarity and the fight against the blockade, Pastors for Peace are developing

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Honduras Protest Crackdown: Five Things to Know

Protests against President Juan Orlando Hernandez are likely to continue as the anniversary of the 2009 coup approaches. The Honduran

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Brazil: Attorney General Rejects Dropping Charges Against Lula

Attorney General Raquel Dodge echoes similar arguments made by Moro about why she rejects the idea of dismissing charges against

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Thelma Cabrera: Indigenous, Female and Shaking up Guatemala’s Election

The campesino leader is running for president in a country whose indigenous majority is chronically overlooked – and she has

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Honduras: Strong Rejection of Government Repression Against Social Protests

The president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, has received harsh criticism for ordering a strong repression of the social protests

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Colombian Journalist Questioned Guaido’s Credibility (Guaido-Gate)

Colombian journalist Gustavo Castillo, correspondent for El Tiempo newspaper in Colombia, confirmed on Thursday the “little credibility” of Juan Guaidó’s

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Nice Protest Demanding Lula’s Freedom (Video)

Playing a horn in the middle of a shopping mall, a man asked for freedom for the Brazilian president Luiz

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Ecuador will Prosecute Out of Jail Swedish Ola Bini, Linked to Assange (Habeas Corpus)

The hearing was requested by the defense of the cyber-activist, after he was denied bail at the end of May.

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Jovenel Moïse: a President Doomed to Leave Office! (Part 1)

By Catherine Charlemagne By choice or by force, President Jovenel Moïse will have to step down. He will not finish

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Cuba: Where do Washington Millions for the Contra Revolution go?

The US Government of President Donald Trump allocated, from January 20, 2017 to date, according to the Cuba Money Project

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Solidarity With Glenn Greenwald

Last week, the Intercept exposed Lula’s persecution for the farce that it was. Now journalist Glenn Greenwald, his family, and

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The Revenge of Duque after Guaido’s Deceit With the Number of Military Deserters (Guaido-Gate)

The corruption scheme revealed a few days ago by the PanAm Post news outlet, which points directly to the intimate

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Argentina: Marcelo Mindlin, the Hidden Name Behind the Blackout

Transener, one of the companies that operates the line that fell, distributed $3,300 million pesos (US$ 76 million) in cash

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Argentina’s Blackout is a Hit to its Fragile Economy

South American blackout adds to embattled President Mauricio Macri’s electoral woes as he seeks reelection in 2019. The economic impact

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