“The Law for the Protection of Life and the Family,” would also establish prison terms of two to four years for “women who cause miscarriages,” but would allow abortion for rape victims.
In an interview with Latino Rebels, Marta Maritza Amaya says that she feared for her life in El Salvador but plans to continue her mother Rufina’s legacy of speaking about the 1981 massacre.
Nicaragua claims that the UN delegation ignored the goal of the protesters.
What do the country’s maneuvers in the region add up to?
“Selective justice has been used to intimidate and terrorize the citizenry,” said Morales.
“Repression and retaliation against protesters continue in Nicaragua as the world looks away.”
After Puerto Rico Raises Official Hurricane María Death Toll to Almost 3,000, White House Says Trump ‘Remains Proud’ About Federal Response
President had been criticized for saying shortly after the storm, when the official death toll was 16, that Hurricane Maria had not been “a real catastrophe like Katrina.”
The administration must present Congress with a deal at least 90 days in advance, which means the deadline is this Friday.
Nearly 11.7 million Colombians cast ballots, failing to reach the 12.1 million mark.
All Nine Judges of Ecuador’s Highest Court Were Dismissed in What Former President Called ‘a True Coup’
The Council also accused the Court of postponing judicial decisions and of suspicious management of public funds.
Earlier this week, a food truck from Harina PAN handed out free arepas outside of Nationals Park in DC.
OAS Calls Venezuela a ‘Dictatorship’ and Asks Other Countries to Ignore Extradition Requests Related to Explosives Attack
“The National Constituent Assembly was elected through fraud,” the communiqué says.
A poll found that almost half of his supporters would transfer their votes to his running mate Fernando Haddad.
Venezuela’s hyperinflation crisis is set against a backdrop of crippling U.S. financial sanctions.
As many as 1,200 Venezuelans rushed back to their country fearing for their safety.
Latino Rebels Radio: August 19, 2018
Up to 80 Guajajaras have been killed since 2000 as part of a fierce conflict with illegal loggers.
This was the second time this year that teleSUR English Facebook page was taken down this year.
Colombian Intelligence Agency Ex-Deputy Chief Is Convicted of 1999 Murder of Popular Comedian Jaime Garzón
Colombia’s top administrative court found the state responsible for Garzon’s killing in 2016.