Guaido Staffers Accused of Embezzling Venezuela Humanitarian Aid Funds

By By Ricardo Vaz on June 17, 2019

Allegations of corruption have surfaced implicating envoys of Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “interim president,” Juan Guaido. (more…)

The Epic of Haiti’s Great Uprising

Carlos Aznarez on June 17, 2019

For about two weeks now, the Haitian people have been leading a large scale uprising. Yes, two weeks, or we could say two months, two years, or even two centuries. (more…)

The 130th Child Missing since the Argentina Dictatorship has been Found

June 13, 2019

The Association Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo have revealed the identity of the 130th grandson last Thursday, whose parents were kidnapped (more…)

The Information Revealed by The Intercept could be Evidence of Lawfare in Brazil

The Brazilian legal community reacted in shock to the information revealed by The Intercept news portal. (more…)

Angeles Maestro Prosecuted for Being in Solidarity with Palestine 

June 13, 2019

Angeles Maestro

The news coming from Madrid could not be more disturbing; the National High Court of Spain has denied the dismissal of the case against the Spanish internationalist (more…)

The Latest Imperial Aberration; Preparing “Guaidos” for Cuba

By Oscar Sanchez Serra on June 13, 2019

Following such a failure in Venezuela you really have to be desperate to insist on creating leaders to oust governments. (more…)

Oil Tanker Attacks in the Gulf Have US Fingerprints All Over Them

Tommy Sheridan on June 15, 2019

It was the Spanish philosopher, poet and novelist, George Santayana (1863-1952), who warned us all: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. (more…)

Marta Harnecker: Eternal Builder of Dreams and Hopes

June 16, 2019

“Well, friends, that’s it for today. You have to live in uncertainty and get ahead no matter what it takes. A hug as always, full of dreams and hopes.” Marta. (more…)

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