“I was Afraid to Protest When I was 8. Not Anymore” – Palestinian Icon Ahed Tamimi

Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi grew up protesting the Israeli occupation. She took part in her first rally when she was

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Despite US Threats, Cuban Workers Celebrate Defiant May Day

By Cheryl LaBash Havana, May 1 — “Unity, Commitment and Victory,” read the lead banner of Havana’s massive International Workers

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Why Many Venezuelans Are Still Chavistas (Video)

Despite the dramatic economic crisis and the constant political conflict in Venezuela, there still is a significant proportion of the

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The Bolivarian Revolution Metes Out Poetic Justice

By Arnold August   On April 30, 2019, the Bolivarian Revolution defeated the latest in a series of attempted U.S.-orchestrated

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Venezuela: How Goes the Attempted Coup?

The President made a call, in the event of an assault on power by those attempting to carry out the

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The Tyranny of Fake

Where to begin? Perhaps, close to home. I broke a few hearts at once once, for being fake; I was

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“We Will Never Surrender” – Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza Speaks

New York — More than 100 people filled The People’s Forum in midtown Manhattan on April 25 to hear the

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The Political Delirium of a Declining Empire

I.-Three months after his self-proclamation, it is very clear that the deputy Guaidó was conceived by the United States as

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Ten Questions and Answers About the Helms-Burton Law

US President Donald Trump’s threat to apply for the first time in history the title III of the Helms-Burton Act

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The Cuban Revolution Reiterates its Resolute Determination to Confront the Aggressive US Escalation, and Prevail

Today, April 17, is the anniversary of the United State’s 1961 military invasion at Playa Girón. The Cuban people’s resolute

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Villegas: People Cling to Culture and the Wellbeing of Children in Response to Imperial Blockade, Sanctions

The Minister of Popular Power for Culture, Ernesto Villegas, during the inauguration of the Children’s Axis of the 8th International

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US Sanctions Venezuela’s Central Bank

The latest sanctions are meant to limit Venezuela’s access to US dollars. The US Treasury Department has levied sanctions against

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Preventing the Sale of Venezuelan Oil to Cuba: Killing Two Birds with a Stone

Recent US sanctions have been directed at the heart of Venezuela’s economy: the oil industry, an industry that has also

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Cuba’s Diaz-Canel Blames ‘Imperialist’ Trump for Worsening US-Cuba Ties

Cuban President Diaz-Canel said the U.S. under Donald Trump is successfully destroying the fragile relationship between the two countries. Cuban

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Pence to the Venezuelan Ambassador in the Security Council: “You should not be here”

The vice president of the USA recommended Samuel Moncada return to his country to “tell Maduro that his time is

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