A man in Chile has not been heard from or found after his employer mistakenly paid about 330 times his salary due to a payroll error.
President Alejandro Giammattei of Guatemala told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview last week that President Joe Biden should take more action to prevent drug trafficking out of Venezuela, suggesting that Biden’s decision to “negotiate oil” with the repressive Venezuelan socialist regime may be negatively impacting law enforcement efforts.
Mayor Victor Hugo Sosa of the small Mexican town of San Pedro Huamelula ceremonially married an alligator on Thursday. The mayor happily obliged repeated urgings from the crowd to kiss his blushing bride.
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei has not spoken to U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris since January and says “greater communication” is needed between Guatemala and the United States to address the countries’ ongoing migration crisis.
The main opposition coalition in Venezuela, led by politicians associated with socialist parties, revealed this week that its leaders had met with a delegation sent by President Joe Biden to discuss alleged “negotiations” with socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro.
resident Alejandro Giammattei of Guatemala told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview this week that he would never consider buying oil from socialist Venezuela, calling such a deal – which U.S. President Joe Biden is reportedly considering – akin to “nourishing the devil.”
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei is forging ahead with an unwavering pro-life posture in his country while the issue of abortion is at centerstage in the United States.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus, an exclusively Democratic entity consisting of some of the most left-wing lawmakers in the Capitol, published a letter it sent to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Tuesday pressuring it to approve the sale of 18 Spanish-language radio stations to a newly established left-wing media corporation.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) published a report on Monday finding “record-high” cocaine production around the world in 2020 even has one of the world’s biggest producers, Colombia, decreased the amount of its land cultivating coca.
An official in the administration of French President Emmanuel Macron suggested on Monday that the world should seek to expand available oil supplies from Iran and Venezuela in response to the growing energy crisis exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Monday that the head of his National Assembly, Jorge Rodríguez, had recently met with representatives of President Joe Biden to “continue conversations initiated in March,” without elaborating.
At least four people were killed and hundreds more were injured after wooden stands full of spectators collapsed during a bullfight exhibition in the Colombian city of El Espinal on Sunday, the Colombian news website Noticias RCN reported Monday.
A comical scene unfolded Saturday at Estadio La Granja in Curicó, Chile, when a dog decided to steal the show during a soccer game between Chile and Venezuela, OutKick.com reported Monday
Workers for CODELCO, Chile’s state-run mining company and the largest copper producer in the world, launched a nationwide strike on Wednesday to protest plans to shut down a foundry employing 350 people.
Even as the U.S. Supreme Court was preparing to hand down its historic Dobbs decision on abortion law, Brazil was wrestling with a controversy revolving around an 11-year-old girl who was raped by a 13-year-old boy and sought an abortion.
Argentine truck drivers’ unions called for a nationwide strike on Wednesday, causing miles-long road closures and other transportation disruptions that threatened to jeopardize the country’s food supply during its peak harvest season, Reuters reported.
Brazilian Ambassador to China Paulo Estivallet de Mesquita told the communist country’s Global Times propaganda newspaper in an interview published Thursday that self-proclaimed conservative President Jair Bolsonaro’s country has a “great interest” in China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
Independent grocery shop owners in Quito told Ecuador’s El Comercio newspaper on Wednesday that they have struggled with intense food shortages in recent days caused by distributors’ fears of violence by leftist rioters.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a communist narco-terror organization, issued a press release on Wednesday celebrating the election of former guerrilla member Gustavo Petro to the presidency of the country, its first leftist president in history.
Colombia’s currency and stock index fell sharply on Tuesday, a market aftershock to the election of leftist former guerrilla Gustavo Petro as president on Sunday.
Police in Portugal said Thursday they found just over 8 metric tons (8.8 short tons) of cocaine concealed inside banana shipments from Colombia.
Colombian President-Elect Gustavo Petro, a former member of a Marxist terrorist organization, announced on Wednesday that he engaged in a friendly conversation with Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro aimed at “normalizing” relations.
Several thousand people marching on behalf of a powerful native tribe lobby within Ecuador called the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) entered Quito on Monday night demanding financial concessions from the nation’s federal government, Semana magazine reported Tuesday.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis described the election of Marxist Gustavo Petro, a former member of the left-wing M19 terrorist guerrilla, to the presidency of Colombia as “disastrous” in remarks on Monday, proclaiming that “we’ve got a problem” in Latin America with the rise of “totalitarianism.”
El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele told his constituents on Saturday night to stop worrying about the price of bitcoin and “enjoy life.” At Bukele’s urging, El Salvador became the first country to accept bitcoin as legal tender in June 2021.
Latin America’s leftist dictatorships enthusiastically embraced election results out of Colombia Sunday night giving the win to Gustavo Petro, a former member of the Marxist M19 terrorist organization and hardcore leftist who has claimed that sugar is “more dangerous” than cocaine.
Marxist former mayor of Bogotá and ex-member of the terrorist M19 guerrilla organization Gustavo Petro declared victory Sunday night in Colombia’s presidential election – despite dismissing the entire endeavor as rigged and calling Colombia’s top election official a “liar” days prior.
The campaign of Marxist ex-guerrilla member Gustavo Petro, who won the first round of Colombia’s presidential election last month, faced unexpected turmoil this week after a leaked video began circulating of Petro’s wife Verónica Alcocer saying that “all” women in journalism only enter the field to marry wealthy moguls.
The communist government of Cuba hijacked this week’s ongoing U.N. Human Rights Council session to deliver a statement, signed by 69 countries, in support of China’s genocide of Uyghur and other non-Han ethnic groups in occupied East Turkistan.
Radical Marxist Gustavo Petro, one of two candidates in Colombia’s presidential election on Sunday, said in an interview on Thursday that national voter registrar Alexander Vega was “lying” when he insisted the country has enough security guarantees to ensure a free and fair election.
Despite polling that American Hispanics do not like the term “Latinx,” the NFL has gone all-in with branding itself as the “Latinx ÑFL.”
Tom Cruise’s latest blockbuster, “Top Gun: Maverick” has been given a thumb’s up and a solid ’10’ from an unlikely source after President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro took to social media early Thursday to offer his applause for the box office blockbuster.
Police in Buenos Aires on Tuesday searched a hotel where the Iranian and Venezuelan crew of a mysterious aircraft parked at Argentina’s main international airport are staying.
The Assembly of the Cuban Resistance, a coalition of pro-democracy Cuban groups on and off the island, sent a letter on Tuesday to the head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging it to engage in a “diligent review,” including revealing all financiers, of the proposed sale of historic Spanish radio stations to a leftist network.
China has spent much of the past two decades cornering Chile’s lucrative copper and lithium markets, potentially making it impossible for nearly any other country to establish a formidable “green” economy, as both resources are pivotal in the making of electric vehicles.
Lawyers for conservative former President Jeanine Áñez announced on Monday that they would appeal a conviction handed down last week by a Bolivian court sentencing her to ten years in prison for constitutionally assuming the presidency in 2019.
A bombshell report published Tuesday by the bilingual conservative outlet El American accused the president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, of cutting a deal with the nation’s biggest gangs to falsify homicide statistics that abruptly ended when Bukele ordered a spree of arrests against prominent gang members.
A mob of pro-regime socialists assaulted Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó this weekend at a public event, shoving him out of a restaurant and throwing chairs at the heads of his staffers.
The ex-CEO of Amazon Mexico was recently accused of paying two hitmen thousands of dollars to murder his wife three years ago.
Leftist ex-guerrilla member Gustavo Petro, one of the two remaining candidates in next week’s Colombian presidential election, has expressed his desire to put an end to the country’s oil and sugar industries if elected president.