When Will Ayanna Pressley Realize that “the Pain” She Feels is the Identical Pain Palestinians Feel?

By Rima Najjar When Michelle Alexander, a distinguished African-American scholar, wrote her now famous column in The New York Times, ‘Time to Break

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Canadian FM Plays Good Cop to US, Promising Cuba “Part to play” in Venezuelan Democracy

Cuba will have a “part to play” in restoring democracy in Venezuela, the Canadian foreign minister – a supporter of

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Arreaza Denounces Peru’s Suspension of Return Flights to Venezuela

The Vuelta a la Patria plan flights scheduled for this Saturday from Peru were suspended due to problems with the

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Why are There Queues for Gas in Venezuela

During the last few days there has been an appreciable increase in queues due to the reduction in the supply

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Sanctions on Officials: the US Maneuver to Divide the FANB

The United States lifted sanctions against the former director of the Sebin. The announcement made on Tuesday by Vice President

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*Plan Vuelta a la Patria: Colombian authorities prevented border crossing of bus with repatriated Venezuelans

Colombian authorities prevented the crossing in the border with Venezuela of a bus with 42 Venezuelans who return to the

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President of Bolivia speaks out against US sanctions to Nicaragua

This Tuesday the President of the Republic of Bolivia, Evo Morales, tweeted in his account the attacks that the United

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