As Mexico marks Child’s Day Tuesday, data shows that five in 10 children live in poverty in the country, while among Indigenous children, the rate goes up to eight in 10, according to a report by the National Council of Social Development Policy Evaluation (Coneval).
A suspect was held in connection with the murder of veteran journalist Javier Valdez, Mexican authorities reported late Monday.
“I congratulate the Federal Police of Mexico, the National Security Commission and the Attorney General’s Office, which in a joint operation a few moments ago arrested the alleged perpetrator of the murder of journalist Javier Valdez, who was unfortunately deprived of his life last year in Sinaloa,” Alfonso Navarrete, secretary of the Interior, said.
Lima, (P L) Representatives of organizations from civil society and indigenous people are vindicating here today the need to have a more independent, friendly, united American continent that promotes development and the wellbeing of its people. Continue reading
United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Danny Glover met with former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio ‘Lula’ da Silva to express support for his presidential candidacy on Thursday. The actor turned political activist said he traveled toBrazil show his “solidarity” and to inform Lula that others in the United Statesalso support him.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro gave a media conference on Feb. 15 that brought us to date on the Venezuelan government’s position to several important events that have occurred recently.
The Venezuelan Government has officially announced the pre-sale of the Petro (PTR) cryptocurrency – the first commodity-secured currency of its kind in the world.
Venezuelan Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez has insisted that the government delegation for dialogue with the opposition in the Dominican Republic is ready to finalize an agreement of coexistence on Monday, “which would be good news for all.”
Venezuelan Government and Opposition are scheduled to meet to ink a peace agreement. Both sides will return to the Dominican Republic to formalize the terms of the negotiations.
The United States lives politically an internal chaos that does not seem to end. The Trump Administration, questioned since its genesis by alleged links with the Kremlin, swims against the current like small salmon and terrified. This federal constitutional republic has become a libertarian nation, in which new revelations continue to appear against the New York leader. Apparently allies of the Congress and the Senate seem to play the role of turning their backs on such a crucial stage to the boss seeking their own benefit. The final Apocalypse is imminent Continue reading
Corruption charges filed against former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva, who is set to stand trial on Jan. 24, are examples of targeted “political oppression,” his defense team has asserted.
During a legal and logistical briefing held Monday, Lula’s team of lawyers addressed the charges, which they described as “politically motivated.”
In July 2017, Judge Sergio Moro alleged the former leftist president was guilty of corruption and money laundering, resulting in a ten-year jail sentence. The sentence was grounded on claims that he and his wife illicitly received millions in kickbacks from the OAS Group construction company as well as furniture and improvements for their beachfront apartment in Guaruja.