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Mass Farewell to President Rafael Correa in Ecuador

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa was given a mass farewell by the people after ten years of government


Young Man Killed in Protest, Venezuela Investigates

Edy Alejandro Teran Aguilar, 23, was shot in the chest and was pronounced dead upon his arrival at the local hospital


Driver Crashes into Pedestrians in Times Square

The driver appeared to have been either drunk or impaired by drugs and had been arrested twice for drunken driving


Oscar Lopez Rivera Committed to Puerto Rico Independence

“Unity will make decolonization possible, there is no other option”, Lopez Rivera said during a press conference in San Juan


Brazil Trial Might Remove Michel Temer from Office

Although the trial is expected to be resumed next June, it could take up to a year before a verdict is reached


Another Journalist Killed in Sinaloa, Mexico

Javier Valdez, a correspondent for the newspaper La Jornada,  and author of several books was violently killed by several hooded men


Venezuela to Hold Presidential Elections in 2018

This decision was adopted in view of the demands made by  violent right-wing opposition groups that insist on violating the Constitution


Controversial Law Favours Argentina Dictatorship Criminals

The law, 24.390, known as 2×1, could reduce the penalty and even release secondary participants from the last military civic dictatorship (1976-1983)


Constituent Assembly Will Enhance Democracy in Venezuela, Elias Jaua

In an interview with the channel Venezuela de Television, Jaua stressed that the decision adopted by President Nicolas Maduro will help solve great differences


French Demonstrators Reject Presidential Election Results

Demonstrators went along several streets and destroyed showcases and painted sings on walls to show their rejection to Macron and Le Pen


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