A look at what drives the US to persist in its interventions—diplomatic, economic and military—against the Venezuelan government
Adverse judgment against Brazil’s ex-president was fundamentally based on the testimony of one plea-bargaining executive
The Brumadinho dam burst, the most recent instance in Vale’s long list of regulatory violations, has resulted in 121 deaths so far, with the number expected to rise
On January 26, hundreds of farmers and activists marched in Passau, Bavaria, demanding radical transformation in the agricultural sector, including environment-friendly agricultural policies
In the face of yet another blatant power grab led by the US and supported by right-wing forces in Latin America, the government and people of Venezuela mount a strong defense
The mayor of Sao Paulo, Brazil, declared a hike in the fares of buses and subway by 7.5% in December.