cordero_huelga_s

Ecuadorian in Hunger Strike due Eviction gets Supported

The Ecuadorian Jorge Cordero, who started a hunger strike over a month ago in protest due to an eviction from his home in the city of Oviedo, Spain, today received the visit of Spanish deputy Gaspar Llamazares, who called for a greater “sensitivity” with his case....
españa_migracion_s

Economic Crisis in Spain Causes Migration

The National Statistics Institute (INE for its Spanish acronym) has determined that the economic crisis in Spain is turning the country from Immigrant-receptor to migrant-producer, with a steadily increasing number of Spanish people who decide to try their luck abroad. According...
desalojo_indignados_s

New Eviction of an Ecuadorian Family in Spain

A violent eviction of an Ecuadorian family left 20 arrested and several injured after clashes between activists of the The Outraged movement and police officers. The Outraged movement groups citizens dissatisfied with the situation in Spain, with emphasis on economic issues....

Spanish Protests in Puerta del Sol Surppased Time Limit

The demonstration movement known as the outraged surpassed the expectations when they returned to the streets a year later after the movement started. Over a hundred of these activists took the main streets of the main cities in Spain. In Madrid the four marches organized filled...

“Outraged” Require the Vatican to Pay Taxes

Hundreds of people of several countries gathered this morning at St. Peter’s Square (Vatican), to protest against the Catholic Church and Pope Benedict XVI. Hours after Mario Monti, president of the Italian Council, was received in audience by Pope Benedict XVI, the...

Synopsis of International Events of 2011

The Force of Nature and the Tragedies On March 11, 2011 one of the strongest earthquakes of the last century happened in Japan. The nation was ravaged by a brutal 9 magnitude (on the Richter scale) earthquake, followed by a tsunami with waves of 10 meters high and th...

Thousands of ‘Outraged’ went to West Coast Ports of USA

Last Monday, December 11, members of the movement Occupy Wall Street tried to close the ports in west coast of USA to complaint about the economic inequalities. The demonstrators managed to paralyze several terminals, but they did not fully block the port. Protests affected the...

“Outraged” in Brazil Protest Against Corruption

Today in Brasilia, 300 meters away from the national independence’s day parade, chaired by President Dilma Roussef, more than 25,000 people mobilized to protest against corruption. These days, some 35 Brazilian cities will hold their own protests organized by social networks,...