Brazil`s Neymar may move to PSG imminent in US$515 million deal
Huge news for Brazil, Paris Saint Germain (PSG), and football (soccer) fans around the world with media outlets reporting that Brazilian superstar, Neymar, has verbally agreed to a six-year deal with PSG at €30 million (US$35 million) per year after taxes.
Venezuela`s Supreme Court declares opposition`s judges invalid
The Constitutional Court of the Venezuelan Supreme Court (TSJ), by ruling 545, has ruled that the naming of several judges to form a ''parallel Supreme Court'' by the opposition-controlled National Assembly is null and is in direct violation of the Constitution.
Mexico: Former Municipal Mayor sentenced for beating journalist
Enrique Benjamin Solis, former mayor of the municipality of Silao, in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, was sentenced to two years in prison for qualified injuries and threats to the reporter Karla Janeth Silva, of El Heraldo, the newspaper reported.
Brazil prepares for final withdrawal of Haiti mission
Less than three months before the United Nations (UN) Stabilization Mission in Haiti is officially slated to end, the last 978 Brazilian military agents serving in Operation MINUSTAH (the French acronym that lends the mission its name) prepare to return to Brazil.
Nicaragua celebrates 38th anniversary of Sandinista Popular Revolution
Nicaragua is commemorating today the 38th anniversary of the triumph of the Sandinista Popular Revolution, a feat that ended in 1979 several decades of dictatorship and opened a stage of transcendental changes in the country.
Global Justice calls for UN intervention to curb violence in Rio
Brazilian NGO Global Justice, aimed at protecting human rights, sent a document to the United Nations (UN) asking the organization to come forward regarding the escalating wave of violence facing Rio de Janeiro this year, targeting children and adolescents. The texts calls for an intervention in a joint effort with authorities.
Germany welcomes bilateral commission on Colonia Dignidad
Human rights activists have termed as positive the end of a Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of a Chilean-German Joint Commission to deal with the historical memory of the former Colonia Dignidad and the insertion of victims in the society.