A coalition of Latin American anti-communist activists, including Cuban dissidents who suffer regular repression on the island, organized a multi-continental set of peaceful assemblies Thursday calling for the freedom of 47 pro-democracy activists arrested in Hong Kong for allegedly violating an illegal “national security” law.
The official newspaper of the Communist Party of Cuba, Granma, celebrated the opening of the regular Party Congress on Friday with an article boasting, “Fidel is more alive than ever, Raúl is still leading us.”
Far-left vice presidential candidate Dina Boluarte vowed to voters in Peru this week that Lima’s middle class would “cease to be” following her running mate Pedro Castillo’s win in the first round of that country’s presidential election.
Vice President Kamala Harris revealed Wednesday she would travel to Guatemala and Mexico to address the “root causes” of mass migration to the United States.
Border Patrol is deploying extra resources to South Texas to deal with the current influx of migrants and unaccompanied children. Approximately 300 agents are diverting from interior and Canadian border stations.
Maykel “Osorbo” Castillo, a dissident Cuban rapper who collaborated on a recent pro-democracy hit song, appeared with a face covered in blood in an online video on Monday, accusing state security of gang beating him in broad daylight.
A senior Customs and Border Protection (CBP) official informed Breitbart Texas that Border Patrol agents will deploy to the Mexico-Guatemala boundary to respond to large migrant caravans organizing in Central America.
The president of the Haitian Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Launay Saturné, expressed his anger and frustration over Sunday’s kidnapping of ten people, including five priests, insisting that the crisis has become “chronic.”
Keiko Fujimori, a conservative opposition leader in Peru, will challenge the “radical leftist” Pedro Castillo for the Peruvian presidency in a runoff election in June after Peru’s latest presidential election on Sunday failed to produce a 51 percent majority for any presidential candidate.
Conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso won Sunday’s presidential election in Ecuador, defeating socialist opponent Andrés Arauz.
The Guardian alleges in a recent report that Facebook has continued to allow world leaders and politicians to use its platform to lie to the public and harass political opponents, especially in third-world countries, despite being alerted to evidence of the situation.
Suspected members of an armed gang called 400 Mawozo abducted ten people in Haiti on Sunday: two religious sisters, five priests, and three family members of one of the priests.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee ordered all members of its Olympic delegation to undergo 30 hours of “anti-racism” training before departing for the Tokyo Games this summer.
President Biden’s State Department derailed negotiations with El Salvador’s government on the migrant crisis by suggesting the country’s popular president is an authoritarian.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro told supporters in a nationally televised broadcast Wednesday that he is evading a currently active ban on posting to Facebook by using his wife’s, “First Combatant” Cilia Flores, account.
The capture of Alex Saab — a Colombian businessman with deep ties to socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro and the regime of Venezuela — by U.S. authorities in Cape Verde has unleashed an ongoing diplomatic and legal warfare between the Maduro regime, Cape Verde, and the United States to prevent his impending extradition to the United States
Staff at a Colombian hospital applauded a 104-year-old woman after she defeated the coronavirus twice, according to a video.
The Ministry of Foreign Relations (Minrex) of Cuba confirmed Monday that it had summoned the top American diplomat in the country, Embassy Chargé d’Affairs Timothy Zúñiga-Brown, to protest “flagrant and systematic violations of human rights in the United States.”
A poll published this weekend by the firm Meganálisis found overwhelming national distrust in socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro’s handling of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic in Venezuela, particularly regarding the number of cases and deaths the regime attributes to the virus.
Breitbart Texas obtained an exclusive video of the inside of a human smuggling stash house in a Mexican border state. Authorities in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, continue to witness a drastic increase in the number of migrants arriving in their region as they seek to reach the U.S. border.
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei urged U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris this week to grant TPS status to illegal Guatemalans.
Venezuela experienced its highest number of documented Chinese coronavirus cases nationwide since the pandemic began Wednesday, according to socialist regime officials, suggesting a significant surge in the national infection rate.
Latin American “predatory elites” share the blame of the U.S. border crisis with Central American governments, migrants, Congress, and Biden.
U.S. President Joe Biden wants to expand an Obama-era program that will fly Central American migrants directly into the U.S. legally.
The heads of Brazil’s Army, Navy, and Air Force all resigned simultaneously on Tuesday in what multiple Brazilian outlets described as a “turbulent” meeting with Defense Minister Walter Braga Netto, who assumed the position on the same day.
A mafia fugitive was arrested in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, after Italian police discovered his YouTube cooking show.
Brazil’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ernesto Araújo resigned on Monday, shortly after accusing pro-China lawmakers of pressuring him into supporting granting compromised telecommunications company Huawei Brazil’s lucrative pending contract to build a 5G network.
Over 60 members of the Patriotic Union of Cuba, believed to be the island’s largest pro-democracy dissident group, marked ten days of a group hunger strike against the regime on Monday.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro lost access to his Facebook page for a month, the BBC reported Sunday, for repeatedly promoting unproven Chinese coronavirus cures and violating the social media company’s posting standards.
Federal authorities in Mexico detained 81 Central American migrants who had entered their country illegally. The group told officials they were headed for the U.S. border. Authorities described 44 of the 81 migrants as being underage.