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Putin Looking To Cubans to Fight in Ukraine; Energy Crisis in Bolivia May Affect Argentina and Brazil; Colombian President Laments Fall of Berlin Wall

Over 1000 Political Prisoners in Cuba and Other Stories: InterAmerican Watch Newsletter

Analysis: Debate at the OAS over the Nicaraguan dictatorship: Brazil confronts the group of countries that condemn the Ortega regime

Despite the surprise that Brazil's decision to propose a wording that softens the declaration on the Nicaraguan dictatorship that will be issued next week by the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) generated in some countries, no one confronted the government. of Lula Da Silva this Friday in the Permanent Council that analyzed the issue....Read more >>Source:

Gustavo Petro lamented the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany: criticism rained down on him: During his tour of Germany, President Gustavo Petro gave his keynote address at the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation in that country. In his speech, he made different references to the concept of capitalism, which he radically criticized and even referred to the well-remembered Berlin Wall, lamenting its fall and arguing that this fact weakened the left in the world....Read more >>


Universal jurisdiction: Maduro in Argentine justice

The "Cloney Foundation for Justice" filed a complaint against Nicolás Maduro before the Argentine courts for crimes committed starting in 2014. The case focuses on opponents from different regions of the country who have been victims of the security forces. No details were known for the safety of the complainants, but according to spokespersons for the organization it is about arbitrary detentions, torture and extrajudicial executions, among other crimes....Read more >>


Bolivia no longer produces enough natural gas to supply Argentina and Brazil in the dead of winter

Faced with the urgent need to deliver natural gas to Argentina and Brazil in volumes that exceed domestic production, the government of Luis Arce is asking the government of Venezuela for help....Read more >>Source:


Lack of gasoline and the crisis deepens in Bolivia: In the first four months of the year, the South American country spent more on fuel than it earned from selling gas. Until nine years ago, sales were ten times higher than purchases, but they were driven away by the government of Evo Morales...Read more >>Source:

Chile: Another arson attack destroys 13 trucks in southern Chile

A new arson attack in southern Chile completely destroyed 13 trucks at the Caman Wind Farm, located in the Los Ríos region, some 750 kilometers from Santiago....Read more >>Source:


A dead police officer, two senior officials resigned and millions of pesos: this is how Gustavo Petro's Watergate grows

Anyone who believed that the scandal over the "chuzadas" had ended, after the departure of Laura Sarabia and Armando Benedetti from the Government of Colombia, was wrong. New serious edges emerged from this case, which includes a dead policeman, once again billions of pesos in cash, and endless questions that the national authorities are investigating....Read more >>


Did they commit suicide?

Things don't add up to me anywhere. It is not that President Gustavo Petro has rushed to act as Legal Medicine or the Prosecutor's Office, we are already used to that, nor the statements that the incompetent Defense Minister, Iván Velásquez, made reiterating what his boss said. It is that if we add and subtract the actions of Lieutenant Colonel Óscar Dávila in his professional life, in his family life and in the last days and hours before his death, there are huge questions that I am afraid we will never be able to answer....Read more >>



17 new political prisoners in Cuba in May add up to 1037 in total

Repression continues to increase in Cuba with new political prisoners while the Cuban government signs dark alliances with Russia in order to parasitize, as before, the new cold war between the democratic and dictatorial bloc in the world ...Read more >>


Human rights crisis in Cuba: Josep Borrell's visit and the disappointment of the protesters on hunger strike

The recent visit to Cuba by the high representative of the European Union, Josep Borrell, has generated controversy due to the lack of attention and commitment shown towards the human rights crisis in the country. During his stay, 15 protesters who are imprisoned in Cuba for acts of civil disobedience began a hunger strike to protest against ill-treatment, the terrible prison conditions and the repression of their relatives by the regime....Read more >>


With his troops exhausted, Putin is now looking for Cuban soldiers to fight in Ukraine

It is the latest contribution of the political alliance between Havana and Moscow. The NGO Prisoners Defenders denounces that it is a simple shipment of "mercenaries". The Kremlin offers a salary and the possibility of accessing Russian citizenship. Soldiers from the Caribbean island are already training in Belarus...Read more >>


The desperate request of the Cuban political prisoner José Daniel Ferrer: "We do not rule out that he is in very poor health"

The family of the Cuban political prisoner José Daniel Ferrer denounced that the opponent has been under forced disappearance for three months and made a desperate request to defend his physical and psychological integrity: "We do not rule out that he is in very poor health," said his wife, Nelva Ismarays Ortega-Tamayo, in a WhatsApp audio sent to Infobae....Read more >>


Rosa María Payá, daughter of the Cuban dissident assassinated by the dictatorship: "The night will not be eternal"

Last Monday, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) determined that the Cuban dictatorship is responsible for the murder of opponents Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero in 2012. The OAS body created to promote the observance and defense of human rights concluded that agents of the Castro regime caused the car accident in which the leaders died....Read more >>


Interamerican Institute for Democracy

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Guest Columnist | Pedro Corzo

The Castros and their acolytes, since insurrectionary times, sought power in their imperial version. Temporary authority for them makes no sense, they have a theocratic vision of command: Absolute and for life....Read more >>


Peru rejects extremist consul

By our Director: Luis Gonzales Posada

The Government of Bolivia committed a premeditated political blunder by appointing Lidia Patty Mullisaca consul in Puno, not only because she lacks basic experience in diplomatic affairs but also because she is a known extremist at the service of Evo Morales and his party, the Movimiento al Socialism (MORE)....Read more >>


Bolivia, the great laboratory of transnational crime

Guest Columnist | Hugo Marcelo Balderrama

In these two decades, the cocalero has turned Bolivia into a narco-state, has destroyed the justice system, has finished with gas reserves, has scandered the International Reserves, finally, has struck down the future of three generations of Bolivians. 21st Century Socialism was never politics, it was always crime....Read more >>



Puno: weapons of war and ammunition brought from Bolivia are seized

The Peruvian National Police (PNP) intervened in Puno three people who were carrying a shipment of weapons of war and ammunition brought from Bolivia. The intervention was carried out in the town of La Rinconada, an area known for the existence of illegal mining and organized crime....Read more >>


United States

How fentanyl exacerbated the opioid crisis in the US

The rise of fentanyl, an anesthetic turned street drug, has sparked the most dangerous phase of America's decades-long opioid epidemic, further driving record rates of fatal overdoses higher....Read more >>


Mexican cartels use social networks to sell fentanyl in the United States

A report from the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) revealed that Mexican drug trafficking groups such as the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) and the Sinaloa Cartel use social networks and encrypted communication systems to promote the sale of fentanyl in the United States....Read more >>


Are children being victims of sexualization and indoctrination in schools?

The sexualization of children who are exposed in many schools to information inappropriate for their age on topics such as how to block puberty, masturbation, and explicit graphics about sex, promoted by progressive groups that disguise the issue as "educational" or "inclusion" , concerns many parents in the United States and the world; and according to assessments of experts in psychology and family protection organizations, it constitutes a form of sexual abuse against children that leads to the path of destruction of the individual and society....Read more >>



They denounce that political prisoners in Venezuela are extorted to implicate the opposition María Corina Machado in a disrupted insurrection

Lawyer Tamara Sujú, human rights defender and executive director of the Casla Institute in Prague, denounced this Friday that agents of the Chavista regime in Venezuela extort political prisoners to incriminate the opposition presidential candidate María Corina Machado in relation to the "Operation Armageddon", an alleged insurrection disrupted by government authorities around the May 20, 2018 elections....Read more >>



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