Deserters Abandoned by Guaidó and the US March to Bogota Looking for Answers

In the last few days, it became known in the social networks that the Venezuelan military deserters, who registered in

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“You See Him From Below and There is Nothing”: Opposition Analyst on Guaido (Video)

The political analyst Domingo Alberto Rangel questioned the figure of deputy Juan Guaido, describing him as an “engineer without portfolio”

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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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“I’m Not Your Opponent, I’m Your Sentence!”; Ukraine Presidential Hopefuls Trade Jabs in Last Debate

Ukraine’s incumbent president Petro Poroshenko and hard-hitting frontrunner Volodymyr Zelensky faced off in a much-hyped big stadium debate, exchanging harsh

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Is the United States Giving Up on Its Project in Venezuela?

By Peter Koenig The silence is almost deafening. Is it the quiet before the storm? – Or is the US

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Japanese Gov’t Enacts Law To Preserve Indigenous Ainu Culture

The new law will allow the Ainu to observe and maintain traditional practices such as collecting wood from national forests

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Debunking All The Assange Smears

By Caitlin Johnstone Have you ever noticed how whenever someone inconveniences the dominant western power structure, the entire political/media class

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Top 20 Mueller Report “Findings”

by Joshua Frank There are a number of things that stand out as the most relevant and interesting in Robert Mueller’s

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“Buying Stairway to Heaven?” Pamela Anderson Slams the Rich for Self-serving Notre Dame Donations

While most were happy that wealthy donors gave $1 billion to rebuild Notre Dame, actress Pamela Anderson had a different

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Politics of Culture in US: ‘The Invisible Hand of the Market’?

  Although this article was published in the original Spanish version last March, now that Julian Assange is in prison

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“Cocoon” or Polar: the Conspiracy Has a Corporate Brand

By Victor Hugo Majano New data confirms that behind “Operation Guaidó” are the interests of the commercial-importing bourgeoisie under the

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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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Moncada calls International Conference against US Aggression with 40+ Countries (+Video)

  The ambassador of Venezuela to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, urged countries that have suffered aggressions, through coercive measures,

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HispanTV Censored by Google – Will This Add or Subtract Followers?

The American corporation Google blocked the access of HispanTV to YouTube on Thursday, but in reality, what will be the

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Orinoco Tribune LinkedIn Account Frozen

Orinoco Tribune is a new service providing information about Venezuela for English speakers around the world. Our social network strategy

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