Brazil top court delays decision on blocking prison for Lula

Brazil’s Supreme Court on Thursday suspended its hearing of a plea from leftist former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva that he not be sent to prison

Mexico’s leftist candidate extends lead in presidential opinion poll

The opposition leftist leading the race to win Mexico’s July 1 presidential election has extended his advantage, while the government’s candidate is now nudging into second place, a newspaper

Mnangagwa pardons 3, 000 prisoners

By Web Master Zimbabwea’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has pardoned at least 3, 000 prisoners to clear out overpopulated jails, officials said Thursday. The pardon would see the release

ZIM High Court Orders Grace Mugabe to Vacate Property she Occupied Illegally

By Web Master Former Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe and her son Russel Goreraza have been ordered by the Zimbabwean High Court to leave three properties that

US denies putting up military base in Ghana

By Web Master The US Embassy in Accra has denied claims that America is establishing a military base in Ghana. A statement issued in Accra by the

Mauritian President Resigns Amid Charity Scandal

Mauritian President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim is set to leave office on Friday amid allegations of impropriate over the use of charity funds. Gurib-Fakim's office said she “had an

Venezuela Reiterates Call for UN to Send Observer Mission

Both the government and the opposition are eager to have U.N. presence during the May 20 elections. The Venezuelan government reiterated that its invitation to any international