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US Congress: Trump diverted $ 600 million stolen from Venezuela to build his wall

US Congress: Trump diverted $ 600 million stolen from Venezuela to build his wall

According to documents of the Congress of that country, the United States president Donald Trump, would have used more than 600 million dollars stolen from Venezuela with the false argument of fighting corruption, terrorism and drug trafficking, to execute the works of the xenophobic wall placed on the border with Mexico


All for her daughters: mother crosses Peru fleeing death and the Covid-19

All for her daughters: mother crosses Peru fleeing death and the Covid-19

President Martín Vizcarra acknowledged that the country is going through the largest crisis in its history, and its effect on the economy can only be compared to that of the War of the Pacific, more than 100 years ago


What are the challenges that the new CNE of Venezuela will take on?

What are the challenges that the new CNE of Venezuela will take on?

The new CNE directive is ad hoc and its functions will end on January 5, 2021, the date on which a new National Assembly should be installed


Indigenous people killed in the Iván Duque era: the worst figures in Colombia in 5 years

Indigenous people killed in the Iván Duque era: the worst figures in Colombia in 5 years

A study revealed that 262 indigenous leaders were assassinated after the signing of the Peace Agreement and 167 during the presidency of the uribista ruler of the Democratic Center


The inhuman odyssey that families in Quito have to endure: there is no test for COVID-19 in Ecuador

The inhuman odyssey that families in Quito have to endure: there is no test for COVID-19 in Ecuador

In the South American country there are more than 17 million people, but only 0.8% of the population has had access to a coronavirus screening test


Corruption, racism and threats: the dark record of the ministers of Jeanine Áñez

Corruption, racism and threats: the dark record of the ministers of Jeanine Áñez

At the end of May, the then Minister of Mining, Fernando Vásquez, had to be removed because of his racist expressions in a radio interview


What happens in El Salvador?: 330 women raped in full pandemic quarantine

What happens in El Salvador?: 330 women raped in full pandemic quarantine

According to information from ONUMujeres El Salvador, in the Central American country more women are dying from violence than from COVID-19


Guaidó «is more stagnant than ever»: This is how El País, an important newspaper in Spain, explains it

Guaidó «is more stagnant than ever»: This is how El País, an important newspaper in Spain, explains it

In the midst of the pandemic, there have been isolated protests for different reasons that generate the blockade of the country, and these cannot be politically channeled by Guaidó


US Militaries demand Trump to «stop staining the Armed Forces»

US Militaries demand Trump to «stop staining the Armed Forces»

An article published by the American newspaper The New York Times described how the relationship has deteriorated between the President and the military