Hundreds of journalists wearing white T-shirts participated in a silent march Sunday to demand justice for their murdered colleague.
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Anti-corruption activists, millennials, students and media-savvy young professionals are demanding President Jovenel Moise be brought to justice.
The protesters were demanding President Jovenel Moise’s resignation over allegations of fraud and mismanagement of government funds.
Senator Youri Latortue says privately-owned media and the government should work together to allow the press to fulfill its mission without constraints.
Calls between a prominent Haitian senator and a notorious gang leader has piqued the interest of the Haitian parliament’s Justice and Security Commission.
A blustering bureaucrat fills a form out with your personal details and hands you a badge declaring you an inspector qualified to police Communist-run.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation that would admit Puerto Rico into the union as the 51st state without a referendum on the island.
Cuban government held a Constitutional referendum that included reforms like recognition of private property and presumption of innocence in Cuban courts.
Cellphone internet access bringing changes fast to Cuba as residents used social media to assess damage and organize solidarity to help those in need.
For the first time since the 1959 Revolution, Cuban voters on Sunday may express significant dissent, when they go to the polls to ratify new constitution.