CARACAS – The start of Venezuela’s 2020-2021 school year is marred with problems both old and new, and under an ongoing fierce Chinese Coronavirus lockdown that prevents you from leaving the country.
Argentine lawmaker Juan Emilio Ameri, a member of the governing Peronist Party, was attending a Zoom meeting of legislators on Thursday when the other participants noticed he was fondling a buxom blonde woman on camera.
Over 600 Cuban doctors, escaped from the communist nation’s medical slavery system, joined a global complaint before the International Criminal Court (ICC) this week against Havana, detailing the human rights abuses they endured and the damage the program forced them to inflict on their host countries.
Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro used his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday to propose the creation of a fund for countries under economic sanctions.
President Juan Guaidó, the legal head of state of Venezuela, delivered a “General Assembly” address to the United Nations Wednesday despite not being invited to attend the global event, broadcast simultaneously to the official address to the U.N. from Venezuela by socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro.
President of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez used her speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday to accuse gangs supportive of former socialist President Evo Morales of preventing the safe transport of oxygen to patients suffering from the Chinese coronavirus.
Lenin Moreno, the president of Ecuador, warned foreign nations to stay out of the Galápagos Islands in his address to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, a response to reports of hundreds of Chinese fishing ships plundering the natural wonder throughout the summer.
Colombian President Iván Duque called on the world to reject Venezuela’s upcoming parliamentary elections during his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, describing them as a “fabricated electoral process” that will help Nicolás Maduro’s socialist dictatorship.
Cuba’s ceremonial president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, used his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday to once again rail against the United States, accusing the Trump administration of “gangster blackmailing” and generally criticizing its response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro ended his remarks at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday with the declaration that Brazil “is a Christian and conservative country” and urging the world to fight “Christophobia.”
Sens. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Marco Rubio (R-NJ) introduced legislation on Monday that would require the U.S. government to investigate the Pan-American Health Organization’s (PAHO) role in helping Cuba enslave thousands of doctors, an industry that generates billions for the communist regime.
People in the oil-rich nation of Venezuela are reportedly riding donkeys as an alternative method of transport amid chronic gasoline shortages caused by the socialist regime’s destruction of the state-run oil company.
A survey published this weekend by the Venezuelan polling firm Meganálisis found that María Corina Machado, a conservative opposition party leader, inspired the most confidence in Venezuelans who want the ruling Maduro regime removed.
Capitalism is the most popular ideology among citizens of Venezuela, a poll released this weekend found, and most who want to see dictator Nicolás Maduro vacate power before the end of the year see anti-Maduro opposition leaders as sell-outs to socialism.
Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez, the second woman to hold the post, announced Thursday her withdrawal from the October 2020 presidential election.
A marine conservation group published an analysis on Wednesday revealing that an armada of Chinese fishing vessels carried out more than 73,000 hours of illegal fishing in the Galápagos between July and August, pulling thousands of tonnes of squid and fish up in the process.
Venezuela’s regime-backed security forces and socialist vigilantes are responsible for systematic human rights violations amounting to crimes against humanity, U.N. investigators announced on Wednesday.
Iranian news agencies revealed on Wednesday that the country’s Agriculture Ministry would soon sign three memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with the government of Brazil.
José Guerra, a member of Venezuela’s National Assembly, lamented in an interview highlighted by Venezuelan outlet Dólar Today on Tuesday that “no solution” exists to Venezuela’s chronic gasoline shortages because socialist mismanagement has destroyed the nation’s refineries.
Desperate Venezuelans took to the streets close to 750 times last month, for around 30 protests per day, according to an analysis from the Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict published Monday.
Venezuelans in the city of Maracay must sleep on the street, with socialist officials failing to provide shelter after devastating flooding led to hundreds of people losing their homes last week, NTN24 reported Monday.
Rioters in Bogotá, Colombia, ran over a woman with a stolen bus on Thursday on the second day of left-wing violence in response to the police killing of a man for allegedly violating Chinese coronavirus quarantine measures.
BOGOTÁ, Colombia — At least seven people have died and hundreds were injured during anti-police riots in the Colombian capital of Bogotá.
Panicked locals in towns on the banks of the Rio Limón in Aragua state, Venezuela, fled for their lives as the river overflowed on Wednesday, flooding entire highways and sweeping away anything in its path.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump of attempting to “sabotage” upcoming legislative elections, which Maduro convened for December despite not legally being president of Venezuela for over a year.
The Communist Party of Cuba detained at least two dozen people for participating in a dissident-led homage to Our Lady of Charity, the patroness saint of Cuba, whose feast day is September 8.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro commemorated the 44th anniversary of the death of Chinese communist dictator Mao Zedong by praising the “great helmsman” for his “strategic genius.”
Juan Guaidó, the legal president of Venezuela, urged people in the country on Monday to join a rally celebrating “health heroes” fighting the Chinese coronavirus pandemic — a small-scale attempt to rebuild the enormous momentum behind anti-socialist protests that fizzled under his leadership.
The leader of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro’s fraudulent “national constituent assembly” Diosdado Cabello, has admitted that they will not write a new constitution despite that being its purpose when it was founded over three years ago.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo welcomed the release of Cuban journalist Roberto de Jesús Quiñones Haces from a year in prison on Sunday, calling Havana “disgraceful” for punishing the writer for covering religious persecution on the island.