November 21, 2020, marked the third year since the Citgo 6 were unjustly thrown into one of Venezuela’s most dangerous prisons.
America pauses to honor these men and women, and the values of duty and sacrifice they represent. Long after they leave uniform, they symbolize what it means to be a citizen of a free land.
In Venezuela, illegitimate President Nicolas Maduro and members of his illegitimate regime are determined to hold on to power by any means necessary.
In an effort to target financial operations and government officials that continue to undermine Nicaragua’s democracy, the U.S. government imposed sanctions on two individuals and one entity.
U.S. Special Representative Elliot Abrams noted in a recent briefing, “none of the basic conditions for free elections exist in Venezuela.”
A United Nations Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela report released in September concluded that there are reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity were committed in Venezuela.
On October 12th, 1492, three Spanish ships, under the leadership of Christopher Columbus, landed on an island in what is today the Bahamas.
The U.S.-Colombia relationship is “vital” to the “Western Hemisphere and its security and the freedom of all peoples in the region,” said U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
America’s commitment to unalienable human rights at home has proved a beacon of hope for men and women abroad pursuing their own liberties.
As the Western Hemisphere’s economies begin to reopen, the United States is doing its part to spur post-COVID economic growth through its Growth in the Americas or América Crece initiative.
the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela announced it would conditionally pardon 110 people, including some political prisoners.
Cuba remains the most restricted climate for the press in the Americas, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.