China Imports First Iranian Oil Since US Ended Sanction Waivers

Iran has delivered the first crude oil to a Chinese refinery complex since the United States removed as of May

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Nuclear Talks To Resume After Surprise Trump-Kim Meeting

The meeting was initiated by a sudden tweet from Trump that Kim said took him by surprise. This is the

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City Council of Berkeley, California Condemns US Coup Attempt

Special Meeting of Berkeley City Council June 11, 2019 Adopted Resolution #68,954-NS WHEREAS, the Peace and Justice Commission advises the

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US Trump Admits He Does Not Want To Get Too Involved in Venezuela

The U.S. President tacitly acknowledged the failure of the actions aimed at destabilizing Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro. In a tactit

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Honduras Erupts on Eve of 10th Anniversary of Coup

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez has sent the military into the streets to repress protests. At least 3 have been

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Tulsi Gabbard’s Anti-War Message at Debate Spreads Nationwide

On today’s episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Lee Camp, a writer, comedian,

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Bolivia: “Privatization Has Only Ever Caused Poverty”

“How can we talk about the success of privatization when even its authors acknowledge that this process was a failure,”

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In Haiti, Washington Meddling Missed by Press

By Jane Regan Tens of thousands marching in the streets nationwide to denounce government corruption, reports of police and gang

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Diosdado: Most of Those Involved in Attempted Coup in Venezuela Detained

Most of those involved in the new attempted coup against the Venezuelan government were detained by the country’s authorities, the

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United Nations: More than 70% of World’s Cocaine is Produced in Colombia

The Office of the United Nations Organization against Drugs and Crime (UNODC), indicated this Wednesday in its World Drug Report

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Mexico Rejects Guaido’s Envoy at OAS General Assembly

Mexico, along with nine countries of the region, challenged on Thursday, June 27, the presence of representatives of the Venezuelan

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Migrants in Honduras: Saving to Pay the Next Coyote

The dream of a better life is stronger than the walls and the danger of death. For the Central American

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US Sanctions Venezuelan President Maduro’s Son

Washington has sanctioned Nicolas ‘Nicolasito’ Maduro, the son of Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro, its latest effort in a dwindling campaign

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“Help me please. My son is dying”: Mother Pleads for Medicine and Food at Mexico’s Detention Center

African and Haitian migrants at a shelter in Chiapas tried to escape during a riot on Tuesday  Police and the

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Explained: War on Venezuela (Part 2)

In the second part of this explainer series, we will be focusing on the impact of the sanctions that were

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