Libya: “Oil is Everything” – Why Western Allies Like US & France Swing Weight in Favor of Hafta

General Haftar, whose forces are on the move towards Tripoli, is the right man for the West to feed their

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Venezuela Invaded by Russia, China, Cuba and Iran? Let’s Undress the Lie

In terms of Venezuelan internal politics, the unusual paradox of the debate over Venezuelan sovereignty between Chavismo and the opposition

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Assange’s Arrest in Times of Global Siege

In the last weeks, Wikileaks denounced the government of Lenin Moreno for the planned delivery of Julian Assange to the

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Sudan Suffers Total Power Blackout: Ministry of Electricity

The African nation of Sudan is reporting countrywide blackouts as technicians work vigorously to restore power.  Sudan suffered a total power blackout

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Yellow Vests will Cross Paris from East to West in Large Demonstration

The yellow vests will go to the streets of Paris today and will make a big demonstration to cross the

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UK: Parliament Rejects May’s Alternatives to Brexit

None of the four options put to the vote on April 1 amassed a majority of votes. The British legislature

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Ivory Coast Deports Pan-African Activist, Kemi Seba, for Criticizing Use of Franc in Africa

First, Prof. PLO Lumumba was deported from Zambia, now Kemi Seba has been deported from Ivory Coast. African nations are

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“Golan Status Not Changed”, UN Chief Says in Rebuke to Trump’s Move

The U.S. signed a proclamation officially granting U.S. recognition of the Golan Heights as Israeli territory, a flagrant violation of

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Algerian Army Calls for President Bouteflika to be Declared Unfit to Rule After Weeks of Protests

Algeria’s army chief has called for long-term leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika to be declared unfit to rule. The statement comes after

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“Yellow Vests”: 2,000 Convictions of Which 40% to Imprisonment

Since the beginning of the “yellow vests” movement on November 17, 2,000 people have been sentenced, 40% of whom have

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We Must Stand Against White Supremacy

The recent terrorist attack in New Zealand is another example of the growing terrorism movement based on white supremacy. By

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US-Canada and Venezuela’s Bay of Pigs

19/Mar/2019.- Canadian government under Justin Trudeau is undermining not just Canada’s (ok, undeserved) reputation as an honest, fair mediator, but

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Will Trudeau follow Washington’s lead on Cuba?

The Liberal government’s hostility toward Venezuela is leading to tensions between Canada and its primary tourist destination. By Pablo Vivanco

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CNN Video Shows How the Assassination Attempt was Prepared Against Maduro

A brand new video about the unsuccessful assassination attempt against Nicolás Maduro was published by the US network CNN several

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India Cuts Monsanto Seed Royalties for 3rd Time

Monsanto and India’s Nuzieedu Seeds Ltd are also engaged in a maze of arbitration proceedings and legal cases over patents.

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