Editor: Julio Fumero
Honduras: Demand an end to the US blockade of Cuba
For three days, solidarity movements from Latin America and the Caribbean raised their voices and demanded here an end to the US embargo against Cuba, a regulation that today prevents the development of the island.
Brazil: Bolsonaro and his wife in police scenes of a bag of jewelry
Today, Brazilian Federal Police continue their investigation into the alleged illegal sale of jewelry that has put former President Jair Bolsonaro and his wife in the crosshairs of law enforcement.
Shelly: The progressive press resisted the coup
After the coup in Chile, many professional journalists were assassinated or disappeared, and left-wing media were shut down, but the press resisted, as spokesman Guillermo Torres reflected 50 years later.
Colombia: The start of the fourth round of dialogues between the government and the National Liberation Army
Today begins the fourth round of peace talks between the Government of Colombia and the National Liberation Army (ELN) in Venezuela.
Argentina: UP urges redoubled efforts for general elections
Presidential candidate of the Argentine alliance Unión por la Patria (UP), Sergio Massa, today called for a redoublement of efforts to defeat those anchored in hate in the October 22 general election.
Bolivia: optimism about a successful lithium plant test
Today Bolivians are optimistically welcoming the news that the country’s first industrial lithium carbonate plant has successfully passed water supply tests and is ready to start production.
El Salvador: Technology appeals to fight gangs
Military sources revealed that the El Salvador government is today appealing for the use of technology to strengthen the confrontation with gangs.
Ecuador: Head-to-Head of the Presidential Candidates
The debate between seven of the candidates for the presidency of Ecuador will be a matter of discussion between analysts and citizens during the day, as there is less than a week left for the August 20 elections.
USA: The President has a soft spot in Hunter Biden
For the President of the United States, Joe Biden, the most vulnerable point in his campaign shield in the face of the 2024 elections has a name, which is his son, Hunter, who is currently embroiled in legal problems.
Ethiopia: The regular session of the African Environment Conference has begun
The 19th Ordinary Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment kicked off in Ethiopia with the aim of strengthening institutional cooperation and improving global and regional environmental frameworks.
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