Correa denounced CIA intervention in opposition protests

President Rafael Correa said this Saturday that the CIA is infiltrated opposition protests sectors, which already accused of receiving support from the right and international financing. “There’s infiltration of the CIA to wear down the government,” Correa said...

Dilma Rousseff is willing to dialogue with those who “want to talk”

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff admitted the “democratic” nature of the mass protest on Sunday and said she was willing to hear the “voice of the street” and to convene a “broad dialogue” with those who “want to talk.” Rousseff...

Mexico protests for the 43 Ayotzinapa students after five months of their disappearance

Some 2,500 people turned out to the streets of Mexico City on Thursday after five months of the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students (Guerrero, south), in a day of protests that extended to the tourist city Acapulco. “The inability of the President of Mexico remains...

New marches in Mexico after four months of the disappearance of the 43 students

Parents of the 43 students who disappeared and were allegedly massacred in Guerrero (south) head this Monday a series of marches through Mexico City at met four months of the crime. The day of demonstrations began in the morning with four simultaneous marches organized in...

Argentina’s opposition starts protests by Prosecutor Nisman´s death

Hundreds of Argentines gathered yesterday at the Plaza de Mayo to express their displeasure with the death of Prosecutor Arberto Nisman, who was found dead at his home the morning of the day he would submit before court documentation on the Argentine government and its alleged...

Venezuelan opposition calls for “the march of empty pots”

The Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD), called for a march for Saturday throughout the country to which it has called “the march of empty pots”, to protest against shortages and government policies of Nicolas Maduro. “We call on performing across the country on...

Muslim protests against Muhammad cartoon leaves 10 dead so far

The violent riots after protests in Niger by the publication of Prophet Muhammad’s cartoon by the French weekly Charlie Hebdo have left five people dead this Saturday, officials said. Following the publication this week of Muhammad cartoon by the weekly Charlie Hebdo victim...

Mexico: New clashes between relatives of the 43 missing and military

One hundred students and parents of the rural school Ayotzinapa, on Monday forced their way into a military barracks in Iguala (south), and were repelled by soldiers with tear gas, according to an AFP journalist. The protesters arrived shortly after noon to Iguala, demanding to...