Drug trafficking
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

Venezuela denounces US charges against Maduro as another coup d’état attempt

The US Department of Justice announced charges related to narcotrafficking against Maduro and offered $15 million for his arrest, showing that it will use all possible measures to attack the Venezuela, even amid a global health crisis

Colombian movements denounce the assassination of peasant leader Marco Rivadeneira

Marco Rivadeneira, of the National Board of the CNA, was assassinated by armed men on March 19 in Puerto Asis, Putumayo

Colombia deaths Another massacre in the Cauca Department shakes Colombia

In less than three days, two massacres took place in the Cauca department and ten people were killed in the Caloto, Corinto and Toribío municipalities.

Hondurans demand resignation of president following brother’s drug trafficking conviction

The younger brother of Juan Orlando Hernández, Tony Hernández, was declared guilty of trafficking 200,000 kilograms of cocaine and heavy weapons into the US

Honduran President accused of taking bribes from drug traffickers

During the trial of Tony Hernández, a US prosecutor alleged that his brother, President Juan Orlando Hernández received 1.5 million in bribes

Hondurans intensify protests demanding JOH’s resignation after report links him to drug trafficking

Massive protests erupted after Univision released a report alleging that president Juan Orlando Hernández’s 2013 election campaign received $1.5 million from drug trafficking proceeds

Reports from Catatumbo: “The state wants to exterminate the peasants”

Paul Salgado is part of La Red de Hermandad y Solidaridad con Colombia and is currently working in Colombia as an international accompanier, he wrote this report after a trip to the Northeast region of Catatumbo

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