Arreaza to Colombia’s Duque: You Talk About “Democratic Transition”, While Insisting on a Military Coup in our Country

Chancellor Jorge Arreaza, affirmed this Friday that warmongers like Ivan Duque have no remedy. He talks about “democratic transition,” while

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Piedad Córdoba Demands the World Respect Venezuela’s Self-Determination

The Colombian Human Rights Defender, Piedad Córdoba, said that the world should be required to respect Venezuela’s free self-determination, and

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US: Democratic Presidential Candidate Supports End of Blockade of Cuba

Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar reiterated her support for the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade

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What does Cristina Fernandez Running for Vice President Really Mean?

By Marcelo Langieri Everyone was surprised by the announcement from Cristina Fernandez when they heard the news in the media

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Alba-TCP Expresses its Support to President Maduro and the People of Venezuela

The 18th Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Treaty of Trade of the

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Canada Closes a Door on Cuban Culture

By Karen Dubinsky Good bye, Cuba. The Canadian government suspended visa-processing services at its embassy in Havana. No more visiting

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Chancellor Arreaza Meets with Top Cuban Authorities

Cuban leaders Raúl Castro Ruz and Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez held an exchange of impressions last night in this capital with

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Nicaragua: The War of 2018

By Roger Stoll Nearly all US regime-change wars (Venezuela, Syria, Honduras, Ukraine, Libya, Yugoslavia, etc.) are wars of deception, fabrication,

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NYT Journalist Leaves Colombia After Exposing Extrajudicial Killings By Army

US journalist Nicholas Casey, correspondent in Colombia of The New York Times, left the country on Sunday for security reasons

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Brazil’s Military Police Kills 434 in Rio de Janeiro in 2019

Brazil’s military police killed 434 in 2019, making it the most violent period in recorded history. Most of the killings

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“Grave Mistake to Hand Over Arms to a Cheating State”: FARC Iván Márquez

Iván Márquez, ex-guerrilla commander of the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – whose acronyms now belong to the Revolutionary

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The New Imperialism: Brian Mier speaks to This is Hell

On April 27, Brasil Wire co-editor Brian Mier was interviewed by Chuck Mertz of Chicago Radio Show This is Hell,

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A Reform that Illuminated the Land

One of the Revolutionary government’s first actions, May 17, 1959, was to proclaim the Agrarian Reform, giving the land to

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Argentina: Cristina Kirchner Announces her Candidacy for Vice President

Former Argentine Head of State, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007-2015), announced this Saturday that, in the face of the upcoming

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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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