Santiago de Chile, Nov 3 - Teenager Cristopher Araya denounced this Tuesday having been shot in the face by police in Chile, simply for leaving his home to see what was happening in the vicinity of a substation in La Granja.
Moscow, Nov 29 - President Vladimir Putin today sent greetings to the annual conference of the Cuba-Russia Friendship Association and highlighted the role of that body in promoting and developing ties between the two countries.
Montevideo, November 28 - The Frente Amplio candidate for the Uruguayan presidency, Daniel Martinez, announced on Thursday that he accepts the results of the second round of the elections, thus, conceding the leadership to the right-wing candidate Luis Lacalle Pou.
La Paz, Nov 26 - Constant mobilizations in Cochabamba, voices raised against repression and the enactment of a law to hold new elections mark the complex situation in Bolivia on Monday, 15 days after the coup d'état.
London, November 21 - Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has condemned Swedish prosecutors who yesterday dropped a rape investigation into WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, saying the whole thing was “a complete bogus set-up” from the beginning.
Santiago de Chile, Nov 20 - Three opposition deputies and two government officials were selected this Wednesday to integrate the commission that will analyze a constitutional indictment presented against President Sebastian Piñera.
La Paz, November 16 - Independent journalists who are covering protests in Bolivia were accused of carrying out "sedition" by de-facto Communications Minister Roxana Lizarraga, who was paradoxically appointed by a U.S.-backed government that emerged from a coup d'etat against the socialist President Evo Morales.
Mexico, Nov 13 - Bolivian leader Evo Morales denouncedfromthis country where he wasgrantedasylum, thatwiththeproclamation of oppositionsenatorJeanineÁñez Chávez, as interimpresident of Bolivia, thecoupd'etatwasaccomplished.
Quito, Nov 13 - TheGovernmentMinister of Ecuador, María Paula Romo, announcedtheend of medical collaborationagreementsbetween Cuba and thisAndean country, whereprofessionalsfromtheCaribbeanarchipelagowork in varioushealthspecialties.
Mexico City, November 12 - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales has received political asylum in Mexico, just days after a right-wing military coup -- supported by the United States -- overthrew his constitutionally-elected government.