Friday, March 24, 2017

A controversy with Ecuador’s Armed Forces that led President Rafael Correa to dismiss top military commanders for disobedience has sparked a new round of opposition protests in Quito, with government supporters...

Venezuelan shopping centers are scaling back hours of operation, causing an uproar among consumers, in the wake of the government's move to reduce their electricity supplies in the early afternoon and...

Milagro Sala was jailed in mid-January for speaking out against President Mauricio Macri, sparking a wave of protests against criminaliza­tion of dissent. Thousands of Argentines gathered in Buenos Aires’ central Plaza de...

A flood of over two-thousand Cuban emigrants passing through Central America on their way to the U.S. remain stranded in Costa Rica in what has been described as a migrant crisis. According...

Tens of thousands of Saint Lucians are expected to finally have access to a reliable and safe supply of drinking water, following the launch of two milestone projects on the Caribbean...

Mahommah Gardo Baquaqua’s nightmarish journey started in the middle of the 19th century, when the Muslim civil servant from West Africa was sold into slavery and shipped to Brazil. Years later, Baquaqua...

Venezuela’s ruling party , the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, (PSUV) suffered its first parliamentary loss in 17 years after the opposition coalition, the Round Table of Democratic Unity (MUD), won...

A young boy runs through a field carrying a Canadian flag, the sun lit behind him as the country’s red and white national colors flap in the wind. Above the photo,...

Mexico’s top court ruled that GM soy seed producers must consult with indigenous communities, saying the genetically modified seeds have a significant impact on the local environment. Mexico’s top court blocked the...

Rogelio Velasquez and Saul Mendez, social justice leaders from Santa Cruz Barillas, Guatemala, were released and acquitted of the false accusation of femicide stemming from their alleged participation in two murders...

Hundreds of former Colombian soldiers have joined the Saudi-led coalition – not free of charge, of course – and have now taken up frontline positions in Aden, South American media reports. Colombian...

Teaser: (IP)  Thousands of Paraguayan workers took to the streets in the capital  to protest the approval by legislators, of the bill known as the bill to promote public-private partnerships, originally put...

Teaser: Ecuador made an undisclosed settlement with Colombia in a case brought before the International Court of Justice for damages Colombia caused by the spraying of herbicides used to kill coca plants...

-Voice of Russia/ JuristTeaser: Germany authorities are ready to deport several US diplomats if the information that they wiretapped on phone calls is confirmed, German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich has claimed. “It’s...

Teaser: With  October 2013 marking 51 years since the Cuban missile crisis, the UN General Assembly again pronounced itself overwhelmingly against the US embargo on Cuba.  In the General Assembly, 188 countries...

Teaser: A judge in Mexico City, Mexico, has recently approved a temporary injunction against the approval of any new genetically modified or GM food permits for experimental or commercial corn plantings.The suspension...

Teaser: Genocide is state sponsored mass murder. It takes two forms, the most known is the annihilation of an entire race or ethnic group. Then there is the more subtle form that...