Goodbye Oscar Niemeyer

Helena Lins, Editor (South America)   RIO DE JANEIRO - On 5th December, the world lost a legend of Architecture. The Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemeyer, died at...

Evo Morales defends a Bolivia Independent of US Influence

Helena Lins, Editor (South America) LA PAZ - On 6th December, the President of Bolivia argued against the foreign influence in the country, specifically, in relation...

The Colombia Government refused FARC’s ‘Christmas Truce’

Javier Jorquera, Correspondent (South America)   BOGOTA - Although the guerrilla group, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), proposed a ceasefire for Christmas, the government of Colombia...

The Famous 7D – Key Day or Normal Day?

  Javier Jorquera, Correspondent (South America)   BUENOS AIRES - The Law on Audiovisual Communication Services, which is popularly called Media Law, has been one of the most...

Bolivia’s Vice President keeps Records of Netizen’s Insults

Helena Lins, Editor (South America)   SUCRE - Alvaro Garcia Linera claimed last week that he keeps track of who insults the Bolivian President Evo Morales online....

UK Ambassador to Chile Tweets a Bad Joke Related to Argentina

Helena Lins, Editor (South America)   SANTIAGO - Jon Benjamin, the current U.K ambassador to Chile, posted on his Twitter account a very undiplomatic joke alluding to...

Former Presidential Aide Found Guilty of Corruption

Helena Lins, Editor (South America)   BRASILIA - The Brazilian Supreme Court found José Dirceu guilty of illegal party funding, last Wednesday. Once the right-hand man of the...

Hugo Chavez re-elected as Venezuelan President

Helena Lins, Editor (South America)   CARACAS - Hugo Chavez was re-elected for a fourth term as Venezuelan President, last Sunday.He won 54.66% of the vote, defeating his...