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The Biden administration reportedly sent over 70 Haitians back to their homeland on Thursday amid the nation’s ongoing struggle with gang violence. The move was met with condemnation from human rights organizations, like the Haitian Bridge Alliance (HBA), which condemned the move as “intentional violence.” The HBA and nearly 500 other human rights organizations previously [...]

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Ecuadorian police confirmed the murder of the mayor of Ecuador’s Camilo Ponce Enriquez locality, José Sánchez, on Wednesday amid escalating violence against public authorities in Ecuador. Sánchez was jogging with his security team around Nuevo Ponce when individuals armed with rifles arrived in a vehicle and opened fire, according to the police. In response, the [...]

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The Dominican Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation on Thursday into the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl by an immigration officer. Human Rights Activist Santiago Molina filed on Tuesday a criminal complaint against an immigration officer for the rape of a minor. The activist stated that in the early morning of April 5, [...]

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Sweden expelled a Chinese journalist on Monday due to concerns over national security, as reported by Swedish media. The name of the Chinese journalist remains undisclosed. However, it is known that she is 57 years old, has lived in Sweden for nearly two decades, has family in the country, and has been under police custody [...]

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Peru’s Congress rejected proposals to begin impeachment proceedings against President Dina Boluarte twice on Thursday. The first motion for impeachment, Nº 10850/2023, was proposed on Monday by Congresswoman Margot Palacios from the party “Perú Libre.” On the other hand, the motion Nº 10867/2023 was presented on Wednesday by Congresswoman Sigrid Bazan from the party “Cambio [...]

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation demanded extradition from Ukraine of all individuals connected with terrorist acts on Sunday. According to the press release, Russian authorities conducted an investigation that led to the conclusion that the terrorist attack that took place at the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk on March 22 was [...]

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Colombia decided to expel Argentinian diplomats from its embassy on Wednesday in response to comments made by Argentine President Javier Milei about President Gustavo Petro, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia. The comments at the center of Colombia’s decision stem from an interview Milei gave to CNN. During the interview, Milei stated,”The [...]

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Ecuador’s youngest mayor, Brigitte Garcia, and her director of communications, Jairo Loor, were found shot dead in a car in San Vicente Canton early on Sunday, Ecuadorian police reported to local media outlets. Garcia, who was initially reported missing on Saturday, was found by local authorities after they used the GPS installed in Garcia’s rental [...]

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Canada announced Thursday it will decrease temporary immigration due to concerns over a resource shortage. Immigration Minister, Refugees and Citizenship Marc Miller stated in a press conference: Recently, Canada’s temporary resident volume has increased significantly, now reaching up to 6.2% of our population in 2023. Therefore, in our level planning we’ll be including a target [...]

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The biggest Colombian criminal group declared in a public statement Tuesday that they accepted President Gustavo Petro’s offer to start peace negotiations. The criminal group indicated they will cooperate with the government if everything is handled as a political process, contrary to the president’s indication. This criminal group, well-known as Clan del Golfo, has emerged [...]

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