Friday - Feb 22, 2019
  • It’s like 1984′: Venezuela targets human rights defenders

    It’s like 1984′: Venezuela targets human rights defenders

    Amid Venezuela’s collapse, Nicolás Maduro has locked up those accused of criticizing his regime – often without due process by Joe Parkin Daniels in Bogotá Geraldine Chacón, a 24-year-old lawyer from Caracas, went four months without seeing the sun while a prisoner in the Helicoide, the feared hillside prison complex administered by Venezuela’s secret police,

  • Court hears of El Chapo’s 3-day escape from the army in the mountains

    Court hears of El Chapo’s 3-day escape from the army in the mountains

    El Chapo was calm throughout but witness recalls he was ‘very afraid’ by the El Reportero‘s wire services A former technology guru for the Sinaloa Cartel told jurors this week at the New York trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán that he spent three days with the former drug lord in the Sinaloa mountains while

  • Boxing – The Sport of Gentlemen

    Boxing – The Sport of Gentlemen

    Friday, January 11 StageWorks, Shreveport, LA (SHO) Devin Haney vs Xolisani Ndongeni, lightweights, 10 rounds Ruben Villa vs Carlos Vidal, featherweights, 8 rounds Frank Sanchez Faure vs TBA, heavyweights, 8 rounds Saturday, January 12 TBA, Tucson, AZ (ESPN) Oscar Valdez vs Andoni Gago, featherweights, 12 rounds Sunday, January 13 Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, CA (FS1)

  • Benicio del Toro returns to Cuba with ‘Sicario’

    by the El Reportero’s news services A new film about an old problem, brought Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro back to the New Latin American Film Festival of Havana, which space is considered today relevant for the regional movie. The winner of the Oscar for ‘Traffic’ (2000) presented his most recent work in the

  • The government “can’t find” $20 trillion, while pension funds are tanking

    The government “can’t find” $20 trillion, while pension funds are tanking

    Note: the missing $20 trillion does not refer to the national debt by Jon Rappoport Alert to pension fund managers all over the planet—and to everyone else— “If 1,000 US and global pension fund managers start asking questions it could change everything – like stopping a nuclear war.” That’s a statement from former US Assistant

  • Rough times ahead, but liberty can still win

    Rough times ahead, but liberty can still win

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear readers, for educational purposes, this week I bring to you this article by former Congressman Ron Paul, which fits well with the current partial shut down of the Federal Government that has been going on for the past two weeks. And it will continue after President Donald Trump and Democratic

  • Nutritional benefits that prove moringa really is a “miracle tree”

    Nutritional benefits that prove moringa really is a “miracle tree”

    by Ellaine Castillo Many bitter foods have proven themselves to be amazing superfoods. Take for example dark leafy greens, bitter gourds, dark chocolate, and moringa. Compared to the others on the list, moringa (Moringa oleifera) is less popular but this doesn’t mean that it’s not as good. In fact, this plant is commonly called a

  • US border agency orders medical checks on children in custody after deaths

    US border agency orders medical checks on children in custody after deaths

    by Khushbu Shah and agencies CBP said it needs help of other agencies to provide healthcare after a second immigrant child died in its custody this month, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have ordered medical checks on every child in its custody after an eight-year-old boy from Guatemala died, marking the second death of

  • ‘I’m in despair’: a mother and village mourn Guatemalan boy’s death in US

    ‘I’m in despair’: a mother and village mourn Guatemalan boy’s death in US

    Felipe Gómez Alonzo and his father left their modest mountain home with dreams of a new life. Now a community is grieving by Sofia Menchú in Yalambojoch and José Alejandro García From outside the flimsy two-bedroom shack, the sound of weeping could be heard as Catarina Alonzo mourned her eight-year old son. Early in December,

  • OAS calls an extraordinary session on Nicaragua

    OAS calls an extraordinary session on Nicaragua

    The meeting had been requested in an emergency by the OAS Secretary General, Luis Almagro by the El Reportero‘s wire services The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) convened an extraordinary session to address the crisis in Nicaragua for this Friday, Jan. 11, at 8 a.m. (US Pacific time). The Chancellery of