98.3% of Ghana’s Gold Remains in the Hands of Multinational Corporations

The disproportionate focus on corruption of national leaders distracts from the systemic theft of national wealth by multinational corporations by

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Guaido’s Brother Accused of Corruption (Odebrecht)

The brother of Juan Guaidó was denounced by a group of Venezuelans for having laundered millions of dollars in bribes

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South Africa’s ANC Celebrates Election Win with Street Party

Thousands of supporters of South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) took to the streets of downtown Johannesburg on Sunday to

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Lula on Venezuela: Error or “Economic War”?

By Víctor Hugo Majano The regrettable and brief statement by Lula about Venezuela (in his first interview after being jailed)

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How Ecuador’s President Gave Up Assange

Lenin Moreno was desperate to ingratiate his government with Washington and distract the public from his mounting scandals, writes the

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Peruvian Ex-President Garcia Dies After Shooting Himself During Arrest

Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra has confirmed via Twitter the death of the country’s former leader Alan Garcia, who shot himself

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Recognizing Guaidó Did Not Save Jesus “Pollo” Carvajal From His Arrest in Spain

Maybe the last time you heard about “El Pollo” Carvajal was in February of this year when he became the

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Facebook Removes Page of Ecuador’s Former President on Same Day as Assange’s Arrest

Facebook has unpublished the page of Ecuador’s former president, Rafael Correa, the social media giant confirmed on Thursday, claiming that

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Stealing Democracy in an Age of Kleptocrats

There’s something in me that revolts against injustice and wrong. Like the genes that transmit our genetic inheritance, there are

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The Electric War in Venezuela: Letter to Those Who Read us in 50 Years

In twenty, thirty or fifty years, whoever reads the history of what is happening in Venezuela in 2019 will know

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The Attorney General of Ecuador Opens an Investigation Against President Moreno: INA Papers Affaire

A preliminary investigation has been opened about what some consider to be one of the most serious cases of corruption

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Honduras Imprisons Journalist for Uncovering Corruption Scandal

Romero locked himself in a radio studio to avoid a 10 year sentence delivered in response to a corruption scandal

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Why Was Guaido Barred from Holding Public Office for 15 Years?

Besides acting against the Venezuela’s Constitution, the U.S.-backed politician received funds from irregular sources and lied about it. Venezuela’s Comptroller

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Ecuador National Assembly to Start Corruption Probe of Moreno

The Inspection Commission to carry out an analysis of the “INA Papers” accusations. The Ecuadorean National Assembly passed Tuesday a

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Venezuelan Opposition Financing the Conspiracy with PDVSA Corruption Money (+Rafael Ramirez)

The firm Cremedes & Calvo-Sotelo, hired by Juan Guaidó to locate assets of “Chavista corruption” in Spain, maintains a close

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