Israel Passes Law the Makes the Country an Exclusive Jewish State
Israel has passed a controversial law that has defined the country as an exclusive Jewish state, declaring that only Jews have the right to self-determination. Many Arab lawmakers condemned the bill calling it racist and ...
24th Sao Paulo Forum Comes to an End in Cuba
The Sao Paulo forum in Havana wrapped up on Tuesday evening with a closing ceremony. The Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel remarked on the need to ramp up efforts to counter the wave of misinformation spread ...
Government Supporters March in Nicaragua
Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega and his supporters marched from capital city Managua to the town of Masaya to commemorate a key moment in the 19-79 defeat of the regime of Anastasio Somoza.
Putin and Trump Meet for the First Time as Heads of State
US President Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin are at the presidential palace in Helsinki, Finland for their first official meeting as heads of state. on arrival they briefed the press where trump said ...
Massive Protests in the UK Against Donald Trump's Visit
Massive protests against US President Donald Trump visit to the UK have been organized in 25 cities across the country. Tens of thousands of people are taking part in the demonstrations. We were joined on ...
Spain Shows No Love for Correa
Spain says if former President Correa tries to seek asylum in Spain he could be extradited.
Nicolas Maduro Strengthen Cooperation Between Venezuela and Turkey
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro is expected to meet with businessmen and representatives of different economic sectors in Turkey later on Tuesday. The meeting is aimed to strengthen economic cooperation between the two countries.
Colombia's New Law to Bring Down Drug Gangs
A new law against armed gangs has come into force this week in Colombia. President Juan Manuel Santos said this new law is meant to bring down one the country's major drug gangs: the Clan ...
March for Correa
@CarlaGteleSUR explains why thousands marched in the streets of Quito on Thursday.
People March in El Salvador to Reject the Privatization of Water
Social sectors in El Salvador marched to the Legislative Assembly to reject a bill that could privatize water and to demand its protection.