The 12 doctors and other 11 experts, all with more than ten years of work experience or with previous missions, will serve for a month in the South American nation, mainly in the area of Piura, where the worst rainfall of the decade is reported in that region.
On March 15, magistreate Derrick Watson suspended the directive of President Donald Trump, who also wants to prevent the arrival of refugees from any country, but in that case it was only a temporary restriction, scheduled to last two weeks.
‘The fact that investors from around 30 countries are coming to an international event like this, places us in a very attractive place in the region,’ said the Presidential Communications Secretary, Eugenio Chicas.
There is ongoing harassment against Venezuela led by the United States through the occupant of the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, a statement issued in Twitter by Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez.
A long time ago Uxmal was ruled by a mighty king. His power was absolute and the city was so great, no one and nothing dared to threaten it. There was however a legend which stated that once the city gong is heard, the city will fall from the hand of a boy, one who wasn’t born by a woman.
At the same time, there was an old woman living on the edge of Uxmal, a witch whose big, hidden desire was bearing a child. One day she stole an iguana’s egg, covered it with a piece of cloth and hid it in a dark corner of her hut. She watched over it daily hoping good gods would smile upon her bad fortune. It did not take long before the egg hatched and a dwarf was born whose destiny was to change Uxmal’s fate forever.
When a couple of years…
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Your Excellency Ambassador PATRICK ANDREWS
Chairman of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States.-
We, the undersigned of this communication, all democrat citizens, lovers of peace, social activists and convinced human rights defenders, respectfully hereby address to the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States that you chair to alert its members about the vicious intention attempting to talk them over that in Venezuela there is a rupture of the constitutional order, a humanitarian crisis, or any extreme situation that could mislead them to improperly apply the Inter-American Democratic Charter and create conditions to propitiate an armed intervention by the United States, a country that for long has been applying unilateral coercive measures, prohibited under the international law and under the Charter of this Organization.
Most of the Member States of the Organization, represented at this Council, have diplomatic representations in Venezuela, and therefore, they are fully aware that the pretension to sanction our country has no grounds. No deception is possible.
The Venezuelan people decided 18 years ago to undertake its own path from the perspective of participatory democracy – what we call the Bolivarian Revolution. In Venezuela, fundamental freedoms are fully exercised. We have a Government that earmarks the public resources to invest in the people and even more -and that is the reason why we elected it- that has put the people, and not the God Market, at the center of its public policies, so that it may become the protagonist of the economy.
In Venezuela we have the same problems endured by the other countries represented at the Council. The difference is that we possess enormous natural resources and we also had President Hugo Chavez, who raised the banners of socialism, sovereignty, Latin American and Caribbean union, and who vigorously heightened and practiced international solidarity, thus accomplishing the libertarian dreams of Bolivar, the Liberator.
Paradoxically, those who, from Venezuela, have been supporting interventionist ambitions against our homeland are also those who carried out a bloody coup in April 2002. Ever since, they have not changed their intolerant behavior. Instead, they have kept waging a wild Economic War against the people in Venezuela with the aid of their economic and commercial agents. In doing so, they have even managed to make huge profits for themselves. They try to lead the people to a dire situation. They are seeking an internal confrontation. They have failed to succeed because we have President Nicolás Maduro heading the Government. He has been able to face the economic war despite the declining oil prices as he adopted specific measures to ensure the people with access to food and medicines. Further, all social programs encompassed by the Missions and Great Missions which constitute the heart of the Revolution keep on working and achieving their goals.
“He (Lenin Moreno) is trying to be the president of an Ecuador that doesn’t want to follow the path of Argentina,” Maradona said.
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona encouraged Ecuadorean voters Wednesday to support leftist presidential candidate Lenin Moreno, warning that right-wing candidate Guillermo Lasso could degenerate Ecuador into a neoliberal mess, like his own Argentina under Mauricio Macri.
the message in a Twitter video ahead of the country’s April 2 runoff election. “I want to send a warm greeting to Ecuadoreans, to my friend (President Rafael) Correa and of course Lenin Moreno. He is trying to be the president of an Ecuador that doesn’t want to follow the path of Argentina,” he said.
“I tell my Ecuadorean friends: Lenin Moreno is the great chance we have. If you think otherwise, look at television and look at the strikes and marches in Argentina and Brazil where it seemed like they couldn’t fall.”
In 2015, Argentine voters elected right-wing Mauricio Macri as president, ushering in a period of neoliberal austerity that rolled back progressive gains made by former President Cristina Fernandez and Nestor Kirchner. Macri, campaigning against “big government,” has since implemented policies aimed at cutting and privatizing social programs, much like what Lasso is proposing.
Julian Assange announced there’s 22,000 IP addresses in the Wiki Leaks data base. Julian believes that CIA has hit all time low in spying on the American Citizens. He explains this on his video Julian Assange.
Hold to your seats for this one! CIA has lost their cyber space arsenal in a very unsecured incompetent way. The smoking gun, the CIA got their arsenal from the fair weather international black market. I am thinking Communist Chinese Government, perhaps another country down with NWO.
On that note CIA is creator of hundreds of trojan horses to virus aimed at journalist, CEOs all the way down to the typical person using a lap top. Which explains info wars ddos attack, CIA may have had a hand in many cyber attacks against honest journalist.
Let’s not forget this is the same CIA rogues loyal to whoreson Barry Obama. And Obama is pussy…
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Ricardo Monlui Cabrera was killed in the Mexican state of Veracruz, which is considered to be the most dangerous areas for journalists in Latin America.
Mexican journalist Ricardo Monlui Cabrera was shot dead Sunday while leaving a restaurant with his wife and son in Veracruz, a state that journalists consider one of the country’s most dangerous for reporters, a state commission reported.
“No member of his family was injured,” Jorge Morales, executive secretary of the State Commission for the Care and Protection of Journalists, told AFP. That group was created in 2012, after nine Veracruz journalists were murdered within months.
Monlui was the editor of a local business newspaper, El Politico, and wrote a column covering area politics and the sugarcane industry.
A source close to the local prosecutor’s office said Monlui and his family had been invited to breakfast at a popular restaurant in the town of Yanga.
As they were walking back to their car, another car pulled up and at least two gunmen opened fire, leaving Monlui’s body sprawled on the asphalt, the source said, speaking on grounds of anonymity.
The last Mexican media person to be killed was Cecilio Pineda, shot dead earlier this month in Guerrero state as he lay resting in a hammock.
Mexico is the most dangerous country in Latin America for journalists, particularly those working to expose corruption and criminal networks.