Honduran Police Repress Protesters Amid National Teacher, Doctor Strike

The crowds were forced to disperse, but then came back together in other areas. Honduran doctors, teachers, and students Thursday

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Defending Chavez’s Project Today: A Conversation with Elias Jaua

A close collaborator of Hugo Chavez talks to VA about the initial goals of the movement, now under threat today.

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Hondurans Defeat Privatization Measure with Massive Mobilizations

The measure would have privatized education and healthcare services in a country where access to these services is already highly

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‘Weak Journalism’: NYT Fails to Disclose Op-Ed Writer’s Close Family Ties to Venezuelan Opposition Leader

Newspaper keeps from readers that author’s father was recently appointed to powerful position by opposition leader Juan Guaidó By Eoin

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El Salvador Activists: Water Is a Human Right, Not Merchandise

Activists marched against water privitization and against a water regulation bill, which is believed might lead to the privatization of

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Reuters Correspondent on Self-Proclaimed’s Plan on PDVSA: It Could be the “Ruin or Salvation of PDVSA”

Marianna Párraga, Reuters correspondent specializing in the oil market, alerted yesterday through her Twitter account that  Guaidó’s Country Plan could

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Venezuela Coup Leader’s Oil Plans Revealed: Guaidó Hopes to Privatize State-Controlled Industry

US-appointed coup leader Juan Guaidó and his right-wing economic advisers drafted plans to privatize Venezuela’s oil industry and open up

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Bolivia: Neoliberals to Blame for US$22B in Economic Damage

A special parliamentary commission investigated the privatization process that began in 1985 and ended in 2005. Seven Bolivian governments fostered the privatization of 212 companies, which caused great economic

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