Cuba: Demands of the People Guide Government Work

Legislators approved three new laws and addressed a variety of issues of special importance to the population and key to

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Cuba Witnesses Nation’s First Transgender Marriage

Cuba’s respect for LGBT rights are considerably progressive for the region. Cuba witnessed the nation’s first transgender legal union this

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As US Blockade Tightens, Cuba’s Resistance Grows

By Zach Farber past June, several members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation from around the country joined others

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A Year After Nicaragua’s Coup, the Media’s Regime-Change Deceptions are Still Unraveling

Corporate media outlets blamed Nicaragua’s government for a deadly arson attack during the 2018 coup attempt, but new information raises

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Trump Diverts Central America “Aid” to US-Backed Opposition in Venezuela

Editorial note: We edited right wing passages in the original text for obvious reasons. The Trump administration plans to divert

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Colombia: The Invisible Genocide

By María Fernanda Barreto In the streets of some Colombian cities, and as it is in the news, the war

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Caricom Reaffirms its Position of Non-Interference in Venezuela

The outgoing president of the Caribbean Community (Caricom), Timothy Harris, reaffirmed on Thursday the position of the regional group in

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Does Latin America Reject Washington’s Meddling in Venezuela? Evo Morales Replies

Bolivian President Evo Morales gave an interview to the Russian agency Sputnik, in which he expressed his views on the

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“The Coup D’état Transformed Into a Dictatorship that Cruelly and Clearly Creates the Migrant Exodus.” -Gathering of Black and Indigenous Women of Honduras

Honduran Women’s Manifesto of Rebellion In the rebel Garífuna territory of Vallecito, Iriona, Colón, Honduras, surrounded by elements of nature

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Brazilian Court Acquits Lula of One Charge Against Him

The Brazilian justice did not find solid evidence to confirm that Lula da Silva bribed the former director of Petrobras.

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The Brazilian Mess

By Emir Sader The Superior Court of Justice had not finished discussing a habeas corpus for ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula

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Chicken, Oil and Actors

Nobody should allow themselves to be naive when the empire invests millions in so many means within their reach to

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On Honduras

A decade later, U.S. resolve to greenlight and back the coup d’état in Honduras remains one of the most shameful

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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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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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