Police in Colombia accused the Marxist terrorist National Liberation Army (ELN) of killing 21 people and injuring dozens in a car bombing in the capital city, Bogotá, on Thursday.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro made the latest in a series of bizarre claims on Wednesday, declaring that he has visited the future where his regime’s power is secure and his crisis-stricken country prosperous again.
Cubans from the eastern city of Holguín defied state security forces on Wednesday as they protested the widespread food shortages still plaguing the communist-controlled island.
The State Department announced Wednesday it has begun the process of considering allowing U.S. citizens to sue the government of Cuba for property stolen in the mass “nationalization” theft shortly following the Cuban Revolution.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro kept his campaign promise by signing a decree ending the good cause requirement for a self-defense firearm purchase.
Venezuelan Industries and National Production Minister Tareck El Aissami and a committee representing the socialist dictatorship arrived in Turkey on Monday to discuss the refinement of gold in that country, which agreed to help Venezuela with its gold supply following sanctions imposed by the United States.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro called Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro the “modern-day Hitler” on Tuesday, declaring that the Brazilian people will eventually “take care of him.”
Communist terrorist Cesare Battisti arrived in Italy after decades on the run from Italian authorities after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro promised populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini he would have the extremist extradited.
The Vatican has defended its decision to send a papal representative to the inauguration of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, saying that the Holy See keeps its diplomatic relations with the Venezuelan state for the sake of the common good.
Brazil announced last week it will recognize the leader of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, as the country’s new president, dismissing dictator Nicolás Maduro as illegitimate.
Members of Venezuela’s National Bolivarian Intelligence Agency (Sebin), the nation’s secret police, arrested National Assembly President Juan Guaidó on Sunday on the way to a rally in Vargas state, which he represents in the legitimate legislator.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – Authorities in Latvia have confiscated two tons of cocaine with a street value of a billion euros ($1.15 billion), the largest seizure ever in the Baltic country.
Pope Francis sent a Vatican representative to attend the inauguration ceremony of Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro this week, just one day after the nation’s bishops declared the presidency “illegitimate.”
Latin American authorities cautioned against the presence of Iran’s proxy Hezbollah in South America’s volatile Tri-Border Area (TBA), noting that the group is using tens of millions of dollars in drug trafficking and money laundering proceeds to fund its jihadi activities, Infobae reported Friday.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry accused the United States of engaging in “shameless” attempts to violate Venezuela’s sovereignty in remarks following the illegitimate inauguration of dictator Nicolás Maduro on Friday.
Members of the Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), one of the island’s largest pro-democracy dissident groups, applauded the introduction of a bill by Senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) Thursday condemning the Castro regime for “state-sponsored human trafficking” of doctors.
The Venezuelan bishops have denounced President Maduro’s new term in office as “illegitimate,” warning it ushers in an era of arbitrary rule in violation of the nation’s constitution.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro was sworn in for another six-year term on Thursday, over eight months after he rigged a second successive presidential election in his favor.
A graphic video surfaced on social media Wednesday showing a Venezuelan military tank in Maracaibo, Zulia state, chasing and attempting to run over a journalist covering protests against the socialist government.
Socialist gangs in Venezuela promised to defend dictator Nicolás Maduro “with rifle in hand” on the eve of Maduro’s inauguration following an apparently fraudulent election last year.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will pull his country out of the United Nations Migration Pact, declaring that the country will set its own migration rules without external pressures.
Brazil’s northern state of Ceará marked a week of unceasing rioting and vandalism, largely in its capital Fortaleza, after the nation’s criminal gangs announced a truce to destroy the city in an attempt to pressure President Jair Bolsonaro to abandon reforms to more adeptly fight organized crime.
A person was more likely to be murdered in some of the largest cities in the United States last year than in some of Latin America’s deadliest countries, a Breitbart News analysis of 2018 homicide rates per 100,000 inhabitants shows.
Violence continued to rage across the northern Brazilian state of Ceara this weekend, in what is widely seen as the first litmus test of President Jair Bolsonaro’s crackdown on violent crime.
A Venezuelan Supreme Court Judge fled to the United States on Sunday to protest the continued rule of Nicolás Maduro’s regime, days before the socialist strongman takes power for a further six-year mandate.
Cuban dissidents expressed outrage this weekend after American media outlets exposed the lavish lifestyle of Tony Castro, Fidel Castro’s grandson, as documented on his now-private Instagram account.
Iran is expected to deploy its most advanced homemade destroyer and other warships to waters in the Atlantic Ocean near the shores of the United States starting in March, marking the second time the rogue regime sends its navy to the region, the Islamic Republic’s naval commander reportedly revealed Friday.
The government of Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro this week pledged to privatize as many state-run industries as possible in an effort to drastically reduce the size of the state.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s chief of staff Onyx Lorenzoni told reporters following a cabinet meeting Thursday that Bolsonaro intends to fire any “communists” who work for the government currently, contending that those holding opposing ideological views to the new government cannot properly execute its goals.
The Spanish government will carry out an agreement to help modernize aspects of Venezuela’s fleet of tanks, despite the fact it violates a European Union-imposed embargo on arms sales to Nicolás Maduro’s socialist regime.