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Senate votes to initiate impeachment of Dilma Rousseff

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been obliged to leave office for at least 180 days as a result of a 55-22 Senate vote to begin the process of impeaching her


National Constituent Assembly celebrates a month of progress

Today, September 4, marks a month since the installation of Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC), which has continued to work to promote policies that effectively address the needs of the Venezuelan people and their demands for justice, peace and economic improvements

Cuba warns of serious dangers facing humanity at the UN

UNITED NATIONS.— Cuba yesterday warned of the serious dangers threatening the existence of the human species at the United Nations General Assembly, and called for commitments to address them.

One hundred years of Julio Cortázar

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.

Search for missing Mexican students continues

Demonstrations in Mexico continue to call for action to locate the 43 students who disappeared more than a month ago in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero.

Venezuela defiant following new U.S. sanctions

November 9, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced new sanctions against several members of the Venezuelan National Electoral Council and three ministers

UN General Assembly honors Fidel

Organized by Cuba’s permanent commission to the UN, the special tribute was requested by a group of countries from several continents