The United States is dedicated to intensifying the attack on the oil industry. It does so with a total blockade of commercial transactions and the hijacking of the CITGO refinery

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In 2019, after the self-proclamation of Juan Guaidó as the supposed “interim president”, the United States (US) intensified the attacks against Venezuela. The US specifically targeted the National Electric System (SEN) and the oil industry. But, it not only attacks by imposing a total blockade on the country and with international sabotage. …


A new report from the independent monitoring group Airwars offers a clearer picture of the devastating impact of the Trump administration in Yemen

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The American people are “on tenterhooks”. 48 hours after the presidential elections have been held, a winner is still not known. If Nevada wins, Joe Biden would be elected. However, there are other states that have not produced results either. But whether Donald Trump stays or not, this is the picture left by his four-year presidential administration in Yemen.

At the end of January 2017, a few weeks after Donald Trump took office as president of the United States, US military troops carried out a “raid” in the village of al-Ghayil, in southwestern Yemen. …


Some myths about flu vaccines that are simply not true. Although, in times of pandemic it is essential to know them so as to avoid, innocently, believing in them

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The flu season in this fateful 2020 is unlike any of the past decades. Of course, the fact that the world has been living the COVID-19 pandemic for almost nine months and there is no vaccine yet, will influence this flu season. …


In an interview with BBC Mundo, Morales stated that he will return to his country on November 11, three days after his political partner takes office as the new head of State

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Evo Morales was president of the Plurinational State of Bolivia between 2006 and 2019. In November of that year, he was the victim of a coup that forced him to flee the country, after death threats were made against him. That event gave way to the dictatorship of the ultra-Catholic Jeanine Áñez, which will end this Sunday, November 8.

The end of the de facto government of Áñez comes with the assumption of Luis Arce as president-elect. Arce, who was Morales’ minister of economy for many years, won the recent elections with more than 55% of the total vote. …


With SARS-COV-2, some cases of reinfection have been documented. However, it is not yet known with certainty how common these reinfections are and in what period they occur

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Much is still unknown about COVID-19 and the virus that causes it, SARS-COV-2. But, other infections in the past have shown that it is very likely that this coronavirus will continue to be transmitted, even if one or more vaccines appear.

A BBC Mundo report addresses the issue of whether this disease — which has affected almost 45 million people in the world and has almost 1.2 …


The presidente has since been described as mentally ill by his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. From Syria to Saudi Arabia, French products are being boycotted

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France is in chaos. President Enmanuel Macron announced this Wednesday national confinement starting Friday, October 30. The reason is the second wave of COVID-19 infections that the European nation is experiencing. However, that is not the only social problem that currently occupies the president’s attention.

The protests against Macron — for insisting that publishing cartoons against the Prophet Muhammad is essential for freedom of expression — is spreading. …


Currently, these criminals dominate 25.5% of Rio de Janeiro’s neighborhoods: 57.5% of the city’s territory. This was determined by a recent study that causes great impact in Brazil

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The violence of criminal gangs and armed groups made up of police, military or firefighters — active or retired — in Brazil has been going on for years. These groups condition the lives of millions of people in the areas under their control. Unfortunately, this situation has worsened during the Jair Bolsonaro regime.

But who are these gangs present in more than half of the Brazilian territory and have they infiltrated politics? The journalist Marta Miera made a news report on the subject published in Russia Today (RT). There she addresses this serious situation and how the presence of these criminals are gaining more strength during Bolsonaro’s administration. …


On October 16, Democratic Senator Bob Menéndez denounced that the Trump administration used third countries to deport Venezuelan migrants

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In the US presidential campaign, Venezuela and the supposed “protection” of Venezuelans in that country is the fixed discourse of both candidates. But how true is the favorable policy for Venezuelan migrants on US soil?

The EFE agency confirmed that despite the speeches “in favor” of Venezuelans, both by Joe Biden and Donald Trump, the US anti-immigrant policy continues to hit hard on Venezuelans living in that country. …


El País adds that “the details of the journey of López’s departure are still unknown. One possibility is that he left through the Colombian border and took a direct flight”

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Until this weekend, the fugitive from Venezuelan justice Leopoldo López was protected by the Kingdom of Spain at its embassy in Caracas. But, he finally made his “escape” or “flight” from Venezuela through “an elaborate plan” that took him on a long journey to Spain. In the first instance, he would have passed through several migratory points in different countries, including: Colombia, Aruba and the United States.

The journal El País of Spain reports that the journey of the leader of the far-right group Voluntad Popular (Popular Will) — was forged with the complicity of at least three foreign governments. These allowed him to cross their immigration control points without identification, sol he could reach Madrid. …


Countless crimes against humanity and sexual abuse were committed by UN peacekeepers in Haiti between 2004 and 2017

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countless crimes against humanity and sexual abuse were committed by UN peacekeepers in Haiti between 2004 and 2017This October 21 marked a decade since the start of the cholera outbreak caused by the United Nations (UN) in Haiti. The tragedy came with the entry of a contingent of soldiers infected with the bacterial disease to the Caribbean island.

The contingent was from the UN Mission for the Stabilization of Haiti (MINUSTAH, for its acronym in French). It entered the Caribbean country for the first time on June 1, 2004, supposedly as a peacekeeping mission. …

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