A UN Security Council vote authorized the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti, a move seen by some Kenyans as a violation of sovereignty and part of the United States’ neo-colonial agenda.
Leftist lawyer Luisa González and businessman Daniel Noboa outlined their government plans, debating on the matters of economy, security, social policies and political issues
Human rights organizations in the country unanimously estimate the number of disappeared at 30,000, which Milei classified as “a twisted view of history”
The multinational security force will collaborate with Haitian National Police to conduct “targeted operations” to allegedly combat gang violence
Hundreds of thousands of women flooded the streets across Latin America, demanding decriminalization and legalization of abortion
The parents of the disappeared students demand that a criminal investigation be opened against the former president and other high-ranking officials who colluded in covering up the crime
During Salvador Allende’s brief term in power, a revolutionary project sought to use technology, specifically information from factories for real-time planning and interventions in the economy. What does this tell us about knowledge and the struggle over the infrastructure that produces it?
The protesters also expressed support for the various social reforms presented by the Gustavo Petro government in the Congress that seek to transform the social reality of Colombia
The movement was facing attacks from the MVPs of Bolsonarism and the agribusiness sector, but it has emerged victorious
Bob Menendez, who spearheads the brutal US sanctions regime against several sovereign nations, was asked to resign after corruption charges were filed against him
The Panamanian civil society has condemned the contract, claiming that it threatens national sovereignty, attacks Indigenous communities’ rights, and harms the environment
President Nicolàs Maduro has urged his Guyanese counterpart Irfaan Ali to resume direct dialogue over a long-standing territorial dispute over Essequibo. Venezuela has also accused the US of trying to militarize the resource-rich region, where ExxonMobil has been conducting oil drilling projects for years