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Maduro Calls on Venezuela’s Military to Stop Protests

June 25, 2017 | No Comments »

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Saturday that the Armed Forces must increase their capacity to confront violent civilian groups in the protests against his government, which in more than two months have left 76 dead




WikiLeaks Julian Assange Warns about the Creation of Digital Armies

June 24, 2017 | No Comments »

The founder of Wikileaks (an international non-profit organization that leaks secret information), Julian Assange, warned us on Thursday about the creation of digital armies in the world, which are a threat to society and don’t only come from Nations but from private enterprises too.




Venezuelan Supreme Court Approves Process against Attorney General

June 20, 2017 | No Comments »

The Venezuelan Supreme Court (TSJ) today approved submitting the Attorney General Luisa Ortega to a process that could lead to her removal, requested by the ruling party and its President Nicolas Maduro.




Venezuela: The “Chavista” Attorney General Denouncing Maduro’s Government

June 15, 2017 | 2 comments

Venezuelan Attorney General Luisa Ortega Diaz’s decision to question 33 magistrates’ legitimacy and to ask for a preliminary trial against the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), has made the open war between this Chavista defender and the Maduro government official, the latter accusing her of “treason”.




Refusal to Subscribe to the Paris Accord Isolated Nicaragua

June 13, 2017 | No Comments »

The Nicaraguan government’s refusal in December 2015 to subscribe to the Paris Agreement on climate change and global warming has produced a state of isolation in the diplomatic world and among the international NGOs that weigh in on the environmental debate.




Canal Law Protest Draws Thousands of Nicaraguan Farmers

June 12, 2017 | No Comments »

Several thousands Nicaraguan farmers marched Saturday in the Punta Gorda municipality, in the southern region of the country, to demand a revoking of the law which gives a Chinese consortium based in Hong Kong the authority to build an interoceanic canal in the Central American country.




Brazil’s Temer Hangs-On amid Crisis

June 12, 2017 | No Comments »

His country has been shaken by a serious political crisis for the last few weeks, but Brazilian President, Michel Temer, won’t leave his position anytime soon, forced out by a court or giving into pressures to resign due to his corruption scandals.




Attorney General Rejects Maduro’s Constituent Assembly without a Referendum

June 2, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Venezuelan attorney general, Luisa Ortega, presented a written letter to the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) on Thursday, where she questions a legal ruling that supports the establishment of a Constituent Assembly to amend the Constitution without calling for a referendum.




Tear Gas vs. “Poop Bombs” in Venezuela

May 30, 2017 | No Comments »

Protests against Nicolas Maduro’s government have shaken Venezuela for eight weeks now and have already left at least 60 dead. The following are some of the key points about the protests and their protagonists.




Under Strong Pressure, Temer Withdraws Military from Brasilia’s Streets

May 25, 2017 | 5 comments

Brazilian President, Michel Temer, gave into the latest criticism about the serious political crisis the country is experiencing today and withdrew military presence which had been ordered to be deployed in Brasilia a day before in order to contain violent protests.