D.R.Congo’s Elections: New Polls Point to Victory for Opposition
FTS News Bits | With less than 48 hours to go before the presidential elections, an opinion poll by New York-based Congo research group revealed that 44 percent of voters intend to vote for the ...
Colombia: Odebrecht Key Witness Found Dead
FTS News Bits | Odebrecht witness and former government Secretary for Transparency, Rafael Merchan, was found dead in his apartment. He was supposed to testify in the case of former director of infrastructure Luis Fernando ...
Indigenous Leader Milagro Sala Has Been Absolved of Murder Charges
FTS News Bits | Indigenous leader Milagro Sala has been absolved of murder charges. She has been detained since 2016 on a number of charges, however the court agreed that there is no evidence linking ...
Demonstrations in Hungary for Slave Law
#FromTheSouth News Bits | Two Hungarian Lawmakers have been ejected From The Headquarters Of The Country's Public Broadcaster after trying to read out a petition against a new labour law, following a week of massive ...
Protests Begin in Spain Against the Sexual Abuse Sentence of the Wolf Pack
FTS News Bits | In front of the Justice Ministry, protesters have gathered, calling for tougher sentences for the so-called 'wolf pack'.
Santiago Maldonado’s Family Rejects Judiciary's Decision
FTS News Bits | The family of the murdered argentine activist Santiago Maldonado has rejected the judiciary's decision to end all investigations regarding his case. Officials said Maldonado drowned but his family says he was ...
Venezuela's President is in Russia to meet Putin
FTS News Bits | The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is in Russia at the start of a visit to boost economic and political ties. Our correspondent in Moscow, Hansell Oro, has the details.
COP 24: Live Interview With Watmore Makokoba From Katowice, Poland.
FTS News Bits | Our correspondent Watmore Makokoba joined us to tell us more about the big issues being faced in this conference.
COP 24: Time Is Running Out to Save Human Civilization
FTS News Bits | The United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 24, has begun in Poland. A number of world leaders and personalities told the opening ceremony that action is needed now.
Brazilian Indigenous Communities Harmed by Agrarian Activities
FTS News Bits | Brazil's indigenous communities are being harmed by agri-business, mining and logging companies, meanwhile ninety percent of the doctors in their territories are set to return to Cuba, following attacks by president-elect ...