Drug trafficking
No end in sight for Ecuador’s prison crisis

A riot took place in Ecuador’s Bellavista prison following the latest massacre of 44 inmates on Monday May 9. Human rights organizations have called on the government to address structural problems facing the penitentiary system

Over 1,000 Palestinians face illegal expulsions in the Occupied West Bank and other stories

Today we look at Israel’s attempts to displace Palestinians from Masafer Yatta, the approval of the US extradition of former Honduran President Hernandez, and more

Outsourced Facebook content moderators face trauma, exploitation and other stories

Today we look at the exploitation faced by outsourced Facebook workers in Kenya, the worsening crisis in Yemen amid a UN aid shortfall, and more

Long before US extradition request, the streets of Honduras cried, ‘Get out JOH narco-dictator’

Former Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernández is accused of drug trafficking-related crimes and the US has sought the extradition of its former ally. For the people of the country, his ‘narco-dictatorship’ was a well-known fact

Report: UK counterterrorism policy Islamaphobic, violates child rights and other stories

Today we look at the People’s Review of Prevent-UK’s “counter terrorism” strategy, the US DEA’s targeting of Bolivia’s coca growers’ movement, and more

As COVID-19 cases surge, Mexico’s AMLO has nowhere to turn

Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses some of the factors behind AMLO’s response to COVID-19 and the criticisms from Mexican social movements to his policies

Colombians mobilize against hunger and state negligence

Thousands mobilized against state negligence, repression and the precarious conditions that communities are forced to endure amid the global health crisis. The protests were attacked by the police and ESMAD agents

The Colombian Political System is Ravaged by Corruption: Pablo Beltrán

Interview with Major Pablo Beltrán, member of the Central Command of the ELN National Liberation Army, and head of its peace delegation.

Defeat of a dirty military incursion into Venezuela on a Sunday morning

A group of mercenaries attempted to invade Venezuela early on Sunday May 3. This is the latest in a series of attacks against the Bolivarian Republic.

The US believes it has a “messianic mission” against communism, says Venezuelan vice-minister

Venezuelan Vice-minister of Foreign Affairs for North America, Carlos Ron Martínez, comments on the Trump administration’s latest actions against Venezuela

Colombia’s government acts like a doormat for the United States—and its people aren’t going along with it

While the Colombian government may lend itself to US plots against Venezuela, the Colombian people ratify their support to the government and people of Venezuela and condemn their government for ignoring pressing issues at home

Trump sends gun boats to Venezuela while the world partners to fight a deadly pandemic

The Trump administration has used the fabricated narco-trafficking charges against Maduro and other officials as an excuse to intensify pressure on Venezuela

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