Mexico is back on the World Watch List in 2021, a yearly index of the 50 countries where it is most dangerous to be a Christian.
The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is mounting a campaign against Big Tech’s political interference as global backlash against Silicon Valley over the censorship of President Donald Trump intensifies.
Hospitals in Manaus, the regional capital of Brazil’s Amazonas deep in the eponymous rain forest, began reporting shortages of oxygen Thursday, reportedly forcing doctors to inject dying Chinese coronavirus patients with morphine to ease the pain of asphyxiation.
Two Christian-majority nations — Colombia and Mexico — appeared in the ranking of the top 50 most dangerous places to be a Christian in the world published by the Christian aid organization Open Doors this week.
Mexico’s government will not prosecute the former secretary of defense who was arrested by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration before being sent home. Mexican diplomats threatened the futures of various bilateral border security arrangements to secure his release.
The Venezuelan Bishops’ Conference has demanded national elections and a “democratic transition” to free the country from the failed leadership of dictator Nicolás Maduro.
Full data shows China’s Sinovac vaccine candidate, “CoronaVac,” to be 50.38 percent effective against the Chinese coronavirus in late-stage trials, Brazilian state researchers revealed Tuesday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Argentine coronavirus patient Oscar García Rúa, 93, died Monday after receiving chlorine dioxide, a bleach, intravenously. His family successfully sued the clinic treating him demanding they administer the disinfectant after a doctor suggested it.
It has now been two years since the start of the new chapter in Venezuela’s ongoing political crisis.
The president of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies — the equivalent to America’s Speaker of the House of Representatives — floated the possibility Monday of impeaching conservative President Jair Bolsonaro based on his coronavirus vaccine policies.
Granma, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Cuba, accused the United States on Thursday of “biological war” against the island after the State Department announced this week that Cuba would return to its list of state sponsors of terrorism.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday that his department would return Cuba to its list of State Sponsors of Terrorism over the Castro regime’s ties to international terrorist organizations like Hezbollah and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Honduras’s current president reportedly received millions of dollars from drug traffickers like Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, according to U.S. authorities. The politician also stands accused of embezzling millions in foreign aid from the United States.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador condemned the social media Masters of the Universe for censoring the accounts of President Donald Trump.
Pope Francis has reached out to the Venezuelan people “sorely tried by the sufferings caused by the scourge of the pandemic” and by “the arrogance of the powerful,” Vatican News reported Thursday.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro issued an extended diatribe on Thursday night in which he repeatedly referred to American President Donald Trump as a murderer and claimed the “poor rural whites” who attacked the U.S. Capitol this week had also invaded Iran and Afghanistan.
The Organization of American States (OAS) issued a statement on Wednesday condemning the “exercise of force and vandalism” by supporters of President Donald Trump at the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, earlier the same day.
Venezuelan socialist officials working under dictator Nicolás Maduro celebrated the chaos in Washington, DC, on Wednesday as supporters of President Donald Trump overran the U.S. Capitol building, allegedly to protest the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Granma, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Cuba, compared a violent riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday by alleged supporters of President Donald Trump to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the destruction of the White House by the British in 1814.
The ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) overran the National Assembly on Tuesday, removing the only democratically elected political representatives left in the country.
Independent Cuban news outlets revealed this week images of Sandro Castro — a social media influencer, nightclub owner, and grandson of late dictator Fidel Castro — at a crowded dance party in Matanzas province, seemingly violating Chinese coronavirus protocols.
State media in Cuba revealed that Cubans on the island are currently participating in Phase II clinical trials of a mystery Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate in development with the Iranian Islamic regime, the Spanish newspaper Diario de Cuba reported Tuesday.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro claimed on Sunday that the U.S. is currently “in chaos” and has “no measures in place” to control its Chinese coronavirus epidemic, after eliminating all coronavirus precautions in his own country for at least a month.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) offered asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange while praising his work Monday. The move comes soon after Mexico’s Congress passed a law that will restrict and control the work of U.S. agents in that country.
Socialist leaders in Latin America, most prominently those in charge of the dictatorship in Venezuela, observed the anniversary of a drone strike against leading Iranian terrorist Qasem Soleimani this weekend with vocal condemnations of America and statements of solidarity with Iran.
A dog is being praised for saving an elderly blind pit bull from drowning in their family’s pool in Argentina on December 19.
Less than a month away from the presumed inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, Americans are departing a year in which their presidential election largely eclipsed campaigns around the world.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro pledged Wednesday to construct 200 socialist-run “communes” over the course of 2021.
The Senate in Argentina legalized aborting the unborn child up to 14 weeks-gestation on Wednesday. The landmark move will provide the procedure for free, establishing the abortion industry in the country while defying the pleas from native son Pope Francis to defeat the measure.
Colombian soccer fans took to the streets of Cali on Sunday evening to celebrate their team’s success in violation of the country’s latest lockdown measures in response to the Chinese coronavirus.