«Thank you very much president @NicolasMaduro. With the wisdom and confidence of the people, we have recovered democracy and hope. Victory belongs to each and every Bolivian”, with these words the newly elected president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, thanked the solidarity of the Venezuelan Head of State and Government, Nicolás Maduro.

Earlier, the Venezuelan President congratulated Arce for his resounding victory in the presidential elections that were held in the Andean nation.

“Great victory! The united and conscious Bolivian people defeated with votes the coup given to our brother Evo. Congratulations to elected President Luis Arce, Vice-president David Choquehuanca and our South Indian Chief @evoespueblo. Jallalla Bolivia!”, He...

Protests resumed in Jerusalem Saturday evening, October 17, after a two-week hiatus due to coronavirus restrictions, with 10,000 calling for far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation, while many thousands more protested across Israel.

Despite the lifted restriction, the Black Flag protest group claimed in a statement that many protesters were being held up at police...

After midnight on Sunday, the Bolivian authorities officially announced that the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) presidential candidate Luis Arce obtained 52.4 percent of the votes, the Citizen Community (CC) candidate Carlos Mesa got 31.5 percent, and the "We Believe Alliance" candidate Luis Fernando Camacho reached 14.1 percent of the votes..

Bolivia's president-elect Arce thanked the people...

Bolivia's Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) President Salvador Romero announced that the final results will be given next Tuesday as the Bolivian people are disconcerted by the unusual delay.

"Few tables have been processed so far, but as the night progresses the flow of information is expected to accelerate," Romero explained.

Despite the delay, "the results reported so far reflect the...

The father of the young man who was thrown into the river by a police officer early this month was shot in San Miguel, a marginal neighborhood of Santiago, on Sunday. His name is Ricardo Araya and was shot several times at the street after an argument with a man who is now a fugitive from justice.

The 37-year-old man's life is not in danger. He went into surgery at the Doctor Sotero del Rio...

This year, at least 267 people have been murdered in 63 massacres perpetrated in the Republic of Colombia against social leaders and former FARC combatants who endorsed the Peace Agreement, according to figures by the Institute for Development and Peace Studies (INDEPAZ).

In this regard, Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza, insisted that the world must do its utmost...

Israel has declined to renew the visas of most of the international workers of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in the months after latter published a blacklist of companies doing business in the occupied Palestinian territories.

OHCHR spokesman Rupert Colville confirmed on Thursday, October 15, that nine out of 12 foreign staff members have left Israel...

The Colombian Prosecutor's Office Saturday withdrew a pre-agreement reached with Laureano Martinez, former butler of the farm owned by the family of Colombian ex-ambassador to Uruguay Fernando Sanclemente, where authorities found a narcotics processing laboratory.

This statement comes after it became known that Sanclemente did know about the drug business and tried to get his employee to plead...

Joint List IsraelThe Knesset approved on Thursday night, October 15, Israel’s US-sponsored normalization deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by an overwhelming majority, all but ensuring that it will be ratified in the near future.

Eighty lawmakers voted in favor of the agreement, including many MKs from the opposition. Only 13 parliamentarians — all from Joint List — voted against the agreement...

We are documenting her a statement issued by the National Liberation Army (ELN) of Colombia:

The anti-drugs policies of the United States and Colombian government are failing because they have been unable to present anything new to the world other than fumigation with glyphosate and forced eradication.   

Such solutions are lacking in common sense because an economic, social...