Venezuelan Supreme Court Orders Guaidó Removed

The Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) ruled on Wednesday that the self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaidó, is not the legitimate president of the country’s National Assembly, the country’s Parliament. As per the court’s ruling, the legislative presidency is now in the hands of deputy Luis Parra, who had initially been elected to the post in a controversial session on January 5.

Bolivia’s Health Minister Arrested Over “Corruption”

Bolivia’s Health Minister, Marcelo Navajas, was arrested last week on corruption charges after just six weeks on the job. Allegedly, Navajas overspent millions of dollars on inadequate ventilators. The health policy advisor to interim president Jeanine Áñez had ruled out any form of corruption in the procurement of 170 respirators from a Spanish company through intermediaries.

Coronavirus — Brazil Overtakes Italy, Hospitals Near Collapse

Brazil has overtaken Italy in terms of coronavirus cases, becoming the fourth-worst affected country in the world. The country has recorded 245,595 confirmed cases so far, with 16,370 deaths. This is the world’s sixth-highest figure. Health experts warn that the numbers of those infected with the virus could be higher, since the country only tests patients who turn up in hospitals.

The Low Cost Freelance Gig Marketplace is Here

When selecting or working with a gig platform or marketplace, whether buying or selling gigs, you need to understand: what is the total cost?  You should always try to compare the total cost of a gig platform so you know what you’re dealing with. Often the higher percentage the gig provider takes or charges, the more confusing or complicated they make it in presenting those costs; so if it’s hard to understand the total cost on a platform, that means they are often very high and don’t want to openly disclose the costs.

Coronavirus — World Leaders Demand Vaccine be “Free of Charge for All”

Over 140 past and present world leaders and professionals, drawn from various fields of expertise, have today signed an open letter imploring all governments across the globe to unite in finding a free vaccine against COVID-19The move comes few days before the ministers of health of the 194 member states of the World Health Organization convene in a World Health Assembly conference, scheduled for May 18.

Coronavirus— UN Warns of Rapid Spread in American Prisons

The United Nations warned today of the rapid spread of cases of covid-19 in prisons on the American continent. They stressed that overcrowding and poor hygiene conditions in most of the prison facilities are a key contributor to the situation. “Thousands of inmates and prison officials have already been infected across North and South America,” said the spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, at a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland today.

Enhanced Market Research Publishing Launched by Communal News and Freelance Global Gigs Low Cost Marketplace

Communal News (CN), a very fast growing global online open news services, has integrated with Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace, a company with even faster global growth (but on a smaller base), and together they are now able to combine their two services into one for their market research publishing clients.

US Deports Infected Migrants to Guatemala

The disagreement between Guatemala and the United States due to the deportation of migrants in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic is now public. For weeks, there were serious suspicions about some of the Guatemalan migrants returned by the US authorities. They were infected after unsuccessfully trying to enter the country with the highest number of cases and deaths from covid-19 in the world.

Sergio Moro, Brazil’s Star Justice Minister, Resigns

Sergio Moro, Brazil’s Minister of Justice and Public Security, and a symbol of the fight against corruption in the country, announced his resignation this Friday, citing “political interference” by President Jair Bolsonaro. The minister was particularly annoyed by the dismissal of the director-general of the Federal Police (PF), published at dawn in the country’s Official Gazette.

Coronavirus: Peru Extends Emergency, Indonesia Suspends Travel

The President of Peru has extended the state of emergency in the country up to May 10, and also announced financial assistance to more than six million families. These measures are aimed at combating the coronavirus spread in the country. While making the announcement, the Peruvian president, Martin Vizcarra, stated that the curve was still rising and it was very appropriate to extend the state of emergency for another two weeks.

Freelance Global Gigs is Having a Buyer Explosion – As Sellers Also Continue to Rocket Up

Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) has increase the number of Buyers by over 175% in the first 20 days of April. The number of Sellers was also up over 85% for the same period. This does not include any integration from the Communal News (CN) Contributors or Subscribers.

Communal News growth has also been phenomenal– the news service often has over 10,000 visitors in a day. Soon when you sign up for one service, you will get access to both services. Both CN and FGG believe it is better for the overall reader, Contributors, Buyers and Sellers that they have only one login and access.

Coronavirus: Duque Announces “Ten Commandments” of Intelligent Isolation

Yesterday, Colombian President Ivan Duque announced the “ten commandments” for what will be “Joint and Intelligent Preventive Isolation” that will allow the country to return to productivity, but still without a social life, as part of a pandemic emergency. The President stated that the Coronavirus will not leave the country or the world on April 27, and recalled that according to experts, COVID-19 will remain for a year and a half.

Bolsonaro Fires, Replaces Popular Health Minister

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has fired his health minister, Luiz Henrique Mandetta. The outgoing minister had tried unsuccessfully to convince the president about the seriousness of the covid-19 pandemic. Speaking shortly after firing the health minister, Bolsonaro openly showed dissatisfaction with his former minister’s position on the economic impact of coronavirus.

Newspaper Ignites Freelance Global Gig to Rocket-like Growth

Having a rapidly growing global newspaper integrated into a freelance gig service has proven to provide both with a tremendous advantage. Communal News (CN) is helping to launch Freelance Global Gigs(FGG) Low Cost Marketplace) with propelled rocket-like growth at  FGG Low Cost Marketplace, as CN articles demonstrate how Buyers and Sellers can save more money with significant low-cost advantages.

Freelance Global Gig Buyers Breaking Out – It Is Time to Help the Sellers

In this economy, where the entire world is dealing with a global pandemic, any company showing a whopping 65% increase in the number of buyers (this year) would be good news. To have such a strong growth number in a single quarter would be considered even better, and almost any company would take it. With Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace that outstanding growth in buyers, up over 65%, is from just the first eight days in April. That is very exciting and unbelievable growth. This shows that being integrated with a global newspaper will greatly help your business. 

Does the Kremlin Own a Part of Venezuela Now?

Russia de-facto now owns Venezuela, taking advantage of the country’s extended suffering. The economy is depleted and the country is in severe turmoil. It does not help that coronavirus has effected economies around the globe.

Additionally, the US unsealed indictments against 14 officials and government-connected parties. Currently, there is a reward offered of $55 million for Nicolas Maduro and four others according to US Attorney General William Barr. He called the regime “corrupt.” One of the indictments is out of New York, where prosecutors allege Maduro and socialist party boss Diosdado Cabello (the head of the constitutional assembly) of conspiring with Colombian rebels and members of the military to support the drug trade including cocaine trafficking into the US. Sixty nations including the US do not recognize Maduro as the President of Venezuela. At this time the US only recognizes Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan leader.