At least 16 states across Venezuela experienced another round of blackouts on Monday amid the continued collapse of the country’s core infrastructure. The Maduro regime blamed them on a supposed “electromagnetic attack” carried out by the United States.
Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele declared over the weekend that his administration is not interested in “blank checks” from the United States, saying he wants to ensure both countries benefit from U.S. taxpayer-funded investments to solve mutual problems with narcotics, violent street gangs, and reduce migration.
President Donald Trump ripped the Puerto Rican government on Monday, calling its leadership “corrupt” and “incompetent” as tens of thousands of protesters take to the streets demanding Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation.
A Venezuelan fighter jet recently approached a U.S. aircraft flying in international airspace at an “unsafe distance,” thus “endangering the safety of the crew and jeopardizing” the aircraft’s mission, the U.S. Southern Command revealed on Sunday.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro told reporters Sunday that he is “aligned to the policies” of the United States on Iran and that his government had not discussed its decision not to sell fuel to two Iranian tankers stuck in the country without discussing it with Washington.
Tainted alcohol is the suspected cause of death of at least 19 adults in Costa Rica earlier this month, local officials confirmed this weekend.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó’s deputy, Edgar Zambrano, has been on a hunger strike for the past nine days following his incarceration in May by the Maduro regime, his party’s general secretary revealed on Thursday.
The deputy leader of Venezuela’s socialist regime, Delcy Rodriguez, claimed on Thursday that Vice President Mike Pence had “entered crazy hour” against dictator Nicolás Maduro after Pence accused him of providing safe haven to the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah.
Argentina designated the Iranian proxy organization Hezbollah an “Entity Tied to Acts of Terrorism” this week in anticipation of the anniversary of the 1994 bombing of the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA) headquarters Thursday, at its time the deadliest terrorist attack in the modern history of the Western Hemisphere.
NEW YORK (AP) — “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has joined protests in New York demanding the resignation of Puerto Rico’s governor.
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno revealed on Wednesday that the cost of taking in half a million Venezuelan refugees is $500 million a year, with that figure only expected to rise as living standards in the socialist controlled country continue to deteriorate.
A Delaware woman is suing a Dominican Republic resort for $3 million after she claims she was beaten at one of the resorts while she stayed there with her husband.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro cited President Donald Trump’s “make America great again” slogan during a speech to the South American trading bloc Mercosur on Wednesday, defending regional sovereignty and insisting that he wanted Brazil and the other members of the bloc to be “great” individually, as well.
The Trump administration may divert $40 million in aid from Central America to support Venezuela’s beleaguered opposition, according to an internal memo Reuters claimed to have obtained on Tuesday.
China’s Foreign Ministry accused America of having “sour grapes” over its cozy relationship with the illegitimate socialist regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela on Tuesday, responding to U.S. military concerns that Beijing in indebting the Latin American country into a bigger crisis.
The mother of Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman pleaded with Trump for a “Christian and humanitarian act” ahead of his sentencing.
China’s Xinhua news agency published images Sunday of the debut of a new, Chinese-built railway connecting Havana to Santiago de Cuba, the largest cities on the east and west coasts of the island, respectively.
Authorities in Venezuela arrested the bodyguards of opposition leader Juan Guaidó this weekend on charges of selling stolen weapons to former soldiers who were planning a military rebellion against the Maduro regime.
Venezuelan beauty queen and former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza thanked President Donald Trump in an interview this weekend for his role in trying to remove the country’s socialist regime from power.
Venezuela’s information minister said on Thursday that recent talks with President Juan Guaidó in Barbados were a “success” despite neither side announcing a deal on holding free elections or instigating a genuine transition to democracy.
The U.S. government said it has committed to providing $500 million to create jobs and promote development in Southern Mexico.
Nearly 80 percent of Venezuelan children have stopped attending school, according to a report published Thursday by the non-governmental organization (NGO) Fundaredes.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) debuted a Spanish-language Twitter account Thursday dedicated to communicating with the Cuban people.
The U.S. Coast Guard released video footage Thursday of a crewman jumping onto a moving submarine as it sped through the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Socialist authorities in Venezuela held a “controlled burial” for Corvette Captain Rafael Acosta Arévalo on Wednesday, denying his family the right to access his body for an independent autopsy proving he was tortured to death.
The Colombian Supreme Court issued an arrest warrant on Tuesday for FARC terrorist and accused drug trafficker Jesús Santrich after he disappeared shortly before he was due to face the charges.
Armenia, the capital city of Quindío, Colombia, is boasting a new mural of a man wearing Ottoman-era garb on the side of its city council building, an image with no historical correlation to the city that is confusing, and angering, many residents, Colombian media reported Tuesday.
Socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro’s top diplomat on Tuesday accused the administration of President Donald Trump of sabotaging upcoming talks between Maduro and President Juan Guaidó to hide the “resounding failure” of Trump’s policies.
The former head of the Venezuelan Bolivarian Intelligence Service (SEBIN), General Manuel Cristopher Figuera, made a public apology Tuesday to victims for crimes he committed on behalf Nicolás Maduro’s socialist regime.
San Juan mayor and Bernie Sanders campaign co-chair Carmen Yulín Cruz refused to condemn the violent dictatorships of Cuba and Venezuela in an interview with Univisión on Sunday, comparing the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela to poverty in Puerto Rico and referring to a radical leftist terrorist as a “political prisoner.”