Venezuela receives fuel from Iran amid protests

The first of three Iranian ships loaded with fuel arrived in a Venezuela that despite having some of the largest oil reserves in the world is starving for hydrocarbons, which has fueled social unrest and protests in most of the country’s states. Although the spontaneous demonstrations -which exceeded a hundred in the last week- are … Read more

More churches in the United States challenge COVID-19 restrictions

Various churches in California and Minnesota, with the backing of a conservative legal group, filed lawsuits this week against the governors of both states to challenge the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, which they consider violations of religious freedom. The lawsuits represent the latest in a series of legal challenges by clergymen and temples … Read more

Judicial resolution allows Pablo Casellas to be released on bail

The Bayamón Court today declared María José Casellas Paredes the third custodian of her father, Pablo Casellas Toro, which will allow that once the defendant provides bail he can be released. The decision of Judge Marta María Rosario establishes that “after studying the facts of the case and evaluating the motions presented and adopting by … Read more

Ivette Sosa reacts to investigation against her son for alleged fraud to the PUA

The journalist Ivette Sosa, who works in “Telenoticias”, confirmed through written statements that “there are federal and state investigations running“after the allegation that his son is allegedly involved in a fraud in the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program (PUA, for its acronym in English). “Because there are federal and state investigations running, I have been instructed … Read more

UN General Assembly will be virtual for the first time

The annual meeting of world leaders at the United Nations will be virtual this year for the first time in its 75-year history due to the COVID-19 pandemic, except for the likely in-person presence of President Donald Trump. “We are hopeful that President Trump will actually speak in person in the General Assembly,” said Kelly … Read more

US expected to report historic economic crash

After going through an unprecedented economic downturn in the last quarter, the US economy faces a dark outlook as the rebound in coronavirus cases intensifies doubts about the possibility of any sustained recovery the rest of the year. The huge slump in consumer spending due to people staying home and avoiding shopping, traveling, or gathering … Read more

FEMA warns that government is not prepared to respond to emergency

The Regional Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Thomas Von Essen, warned that the government of Puerto Rico is not prepared to handle a major emergency. “I am very concerned because we are in the midst of the 2020 hurricane season in the environment of COVID-19 and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, according … Read more

Minors detained in Texas hotel will not be deported

President Donald Trump’s government has agreed not to deport a group of immigrant children he detained at a Texas hotel under a coronavirus emergency declaration and will instead allow them to try to stay in the United States, the report said. Monday the government. The decision came days after The Associated Press first reported on … Read more

Charges are filed against men and women for child abuse and violation of the curfew

The acting secretary of Justice, Inés del C. Carrau Martínez, and the district attorney of the San Juan Prosecutor’s Office, Víctor Carbonell Ramírez, reported that charges were filed against Javier Martínez Carlo and Yesenia Rivera Moreno for mistreatment of minors towards their children. 11 years and 14 years, in events that occurred on the morning … Read more

VIDEO: From an airplane the airport fight began

The fight that was reported this afternoon at the Luis Muñoz Marín Airport, originated from a flight that was heading to Philadelphia, as confirmed by the Police. According to the Uniformed, flight 687 destined for Philadelphia He was in his flight for about 15 minutes when two simultaneous situations arose; a passenger was suffering a … Read more