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Venezuelan Opposition Forces Attack Maternal-Children Hospital

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez announced on her Twitter account that “armed gangs hired by the opposition attacked a maternal and children’s hospital with 54 children (inside)”


US Against Chemical Attack Investigation, Syrian President Says

Bashar al-Assad told Russia’s Sputnik News that Syria had formally requested inquiries on an alleged chemical attack on a town in Idleb province


Venezuela Blames Opposition for Protest Deaths

Leaders of the opposition announced they will continue their protests on the streets of Caracas to force the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro


Pope Francis Chooses Not to Visit Brasil

His Holiness had been invited to commemorate the 300-year anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Aparecida, the principal patroness of Brazil


Vote Recount Legitimizes Continuation of Citizen Revolution in Ecuador

Lenin Moreno, winner of the two voting rounds, was confirmed with 51.16 percent of the ballots, while his rival, Guillermo Lasso had to accept the 48.84 percent


New US Attack on Syria Kills Hundreds

Hundreds of people were killed in Syria after an airstrike this Wednesday by US-led coalition’s warplanes


Opposition Seeks to Avoid Continuity of the Revolution, Correa Says

Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa warned that the opposition, aware of its defeat at polls, only seeks to prevent the continuity of the citizens revolution


Suicide Terrorist Attacks Kill 37 in Egypt Christian Church

Given the magnitude of both outbreaks, the authorities expect the death toll to rise in the coming hours and days


U.S. Government Launches Cruise Missiles on Syria

The United States launched some 50 cruise missiles on Syrian military installations, international media reported in the early hours of Friday, April 7


Peruvian President Supervises Assistance in Flooded Areas

Due to floods and landslides, the Government committed S/.2.5 million (about US$769,000) to address the health emergency


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