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The Venezuelan National Assembly declared Monday the “abandonment of office” by the Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, despite the order against such a vote by the Supreme Court. The parliamentary House demanded an electoral exit to … Full article

Investigators found a system of “professional” corruption in the Brazilian construction company. The company had a bribe management department. Construction company Odebrecht and its petrochemical arm Braskem testified before …

Whatever remained of Greece’s economy after the crisis evaporated as the country adopted IMF and Troika austerity polices which today, the very same IMF admits were a mistake. The …

Donald Trump has resorted to the language that he knows best: business. The American President-elect launched a warning to the Cuban regime regarding the conditions in which the Cuban …

Dilma Rousseff will keep a small army of servants despite having been sacked from office by a vote of 61 – 20. America’s rage for global dominance puts democracy …

A political party -like the Worker’s party- that does not even try to save its own leader is a dead political party. In the speech with which she tried … Full article

Monday, Dilma Rousseff will cross the blue room at the Brazilian Federal Senate. There, she will face her 81 judges; 81 senators. It will be the first time in …

The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has vowed that if the Venezuelan opposition dares cross “the limits of a coup”, the power of the State will launch a counteroffensive …

The current impeachment process on the Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff is bogus. The reason for this is that the crimes that she is being accused of committing are peanuts …

With many of the world’s eyes set on the Olympic Games in Rio, Dilma Rousseff began the morning of Wednesday on a melancholic countdown to leave her position for …

The not surprising decision by a US appeals court that Ecuador had illegally charged Chevron makes it impossible for the country to obtain payment in US territory. In March …

The spiral of violence that shakes Caracas intensifies. During the month of July, 535 corpses, victims of violent deaths, arrived at the headquarters of the Forensics Laboratory of Caracas, …

The country is now controlled by one single party after president Daniel Ortega stripped opposing parliamentarians from their status. The Electoral Tribunal of Nicaragua delivered Friday total control of Parliament …

PORTO ALEGRE — Let’s be clear: Brazil is in no threat of being attacked by Islamic terrorists. However, the mainstream media and the government have been orchestrating a country-wide …

The countdown for thousands of tourists and athletes from around the world to arrive in Brazil has begun. Brazil is a week and a half away from hosting the …

Rumor has it in Brazil that there is now a group in the country whose members are ISIS followers.  PORTO ALEGRE — The Olympic Games will begin on August …

Venezuela has gone in a few months from being one of the major oil exporters in the world, to becoming the leading seller of gold on the planet. With …

A report prepared by experts of the Brazilian Senate notes that there is no evidence that the suspended president, Dilma Rousseff, participated in the fiscal maneuvers which resulted in …

More than ten indigenous groups are being threatened by a wave of mercury contamination in the Amazon. The situation jeopardizes the lives of children and pregnant women from these …

Economists warn that the country’s economy is the worst in 25 years. According to cooked up government numbers, the unemployment rate in Brazil has now reached 10%. In reality, …

In Brazil the country’s largest newspaper has published a transcript of a secret recording leaked to the newspaper. The words recorded are the plot by the rich Brazilian elite, …

The cautionary tale that is the rather spectacular collapse of Venezuela continues. Were you aware that Venezuela banned guns for private citizens a mere four years ago, in 2012? …

In addition to interviewing former Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, about the Mensalão, Operation Lava-Jato and the impeachment of his protegé, The Intercept’s journalist, Glenn Greenwald, also sat down with the …

Former Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks to Intercept journalist, Glenn Greenwald, about his views on the Mensalão, Operation Lava-Jato, the impeachment of her protegé, Dilma Rousseff …

Venezuela is rapidly collapsing and although Washington has a lot to do with such collapse, it would be a big mistake to blame the country’s fall only on foreign …