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July 07, 2017

Last year, Temer’s party also left the governing alliance before the impeachment of former President Dilma Rousseff.

 

Brazil’s Social Democracy Party, PSDB, announced Thursday that it will no longer participate in the government of President Michel Temer

Currently, the PSDB directs four ministries under Temer’s administration, including Foreign Affairs, Cities, Secretary of Government and Human Rights.

 

The announcement comes as the scandal-ridden leader faces corruption charges and a possible impeachment.

 

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June 29, 2017

Widespread support resounded from 17 African countries, as well as Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Cuba, Palestine, and Turkey after the attacks.

 

In the aftermath of the helicopter attack against the Venezuelan Supreme Court, countries around the world have expressed their solidarity with Venezuela by condemning the acts that the Bolivarian government has described as “terrorist.”

June 29, 2017

The report examined gender gaps related to the economic participation of women and opportunities; access to education, health and political empowerment.


The 2016 Global Report about Gender Gap, issued by the World Economic Forum found that Nicaragua leads Latin America in promoting gender equality.

The Central American country stood out in the global ranking as well — in 10th position — before industrialized countries like Germany, which ranked 13th, Canada, 35th, and the United States, 45th.

June 29, 2017

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June 29, 2017

More than 80 people have been killed or seriously injured since opposition protests started in April.

 

One man was killed and another left with severe burns after opposition protesters attacked a truck driver with Molotov cocktails in the state Zulia, Venezuela on Wednesday.

The national director of Civil Protection, Jorge Galindo, reported Thursday that one person was killed and two bystanders were seriously injured as a result of a protest in Maracaibo.

June 21, 2017

The UN High Commission for Refugees says Ecuador has one of the most advanced policies in the world for welcoming refugees. We talked to one Colombian who is rebuiding his life in Ibarra in the north of Ecuador

June 14, 2017

The statements come just days before Trump is expected to announce policies that will reverse the historic thaw in U.S-Cuba relations.

Ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump’s expected reversal of Barack Obama’s historic rapprochement with Cuba, Havana sharply criticized Tuesday the decades-long blockade against the island nation.

June 14, 2017

As violent right-wing protests continue in Venezuela, jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez openly called for a military rebellion.

 

Jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has openly called on the military to rebel, continuing a longstanding trend of right-wing coup mongering in the South American country aimed at forcing the government of President Nicolas Maduro out of office.

June 09, 2017

The campaign will last for 19 days, with elections being held on July 30.
 

The electoral campaign to choose the 545 members of the National Constituent Assembly, which was convened by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, will be held on July 9, the President of the National Electoral Council, Tibisay Lucena announced Wednesday in Caracas.

June 09, 2017

Brazilian President Michel Temer’s corruption-plagued government — installed in power last year through an ill-footed impeached process widely condemned as a parliamentary coup — is facing its greatest scandal yet after a wiretap recording revealed the president had endorsed bribery payments to a powerful witness to keep him from testifying in government corruption cases.

June 09, 2017

Clark has previously attacked climate change laws as an erosion of "sovereignty," and defended BP in one of the worst environmental disaster cases in U.S. history.

 

United States President Donald Trump appointed Jeffrey Bossert Clark, a lawyer who has previously represented British Petroleum (BP), to a top environmental and natural resource law position in the Department of Justice, the White House announced earlier this week.

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