The President of Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC), Delcy Rodríguez, and the Mayor of the Caracas municipality of Libertador, Jorge Rodríguez, traveled to the Dominican Republic to participate in talks with sectors of the Venezuelan opposition, as representatives of the government of President Nicolás Maduro
The New York government and business delegation to Cuba also hope to pressure the U.S. Congress to end its blockade on Cuba
Latin America is celebrating the centenary of the great unconventional story-teller Julio Cortázar, an author remembered for his incisive texts, re-formatted novels and stunning stories - a body of work which reflected his political commitment, and expressed a new notion of the intellectual who believes utopias are possible.
New York has introduced legislation to prevent the prosecution of undocumented immigrants without a warrant, limiting the city's cooperation with immigration authorities.
With 95.8% of all votes counted, it was confirmed that the Bolivarian Revolution had won 17 state governorships, while opposition parties had secured five
This year’s UN vote saw 191 countries support Cuba’s resolution against the blockade, with just the United States and Israel voting against
In a statement released this Thursday, members of the bloc rejected the renewal of the Venezuela Defense of Human Rights and Civil Society Act, of 2014
November 9, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced new sanctions against several members of the Venezuelan National Electoral Council and three ministers
The temporary bilateral ceasefire between the Colombian and government and ELN is set to end January 9, 2018
The Beloved Argentine comic celebrates her 50th anniversary on Monday.