FARC-EP: Let’s Stop the Coup Against Democracy in Brazil

April 22, 2016

Cabezote-2016-EnglishThe approval by Brazil House of Representatives of the request for trial of President Dilma Rousseff, bursts as a dangerous threat to the political stability of the continent, within the anti democratic wave in Our America. (more…)

Obama and his Terrorists Here in Their “Clear Monument” of Miami

By Andres Gomez on April 11, 2016

800I have lived in Miami since November 29, 1960, and now I’m 68 years old. I was 13 when I arrived with my family, much like almost 130,000 Cubans who left their country in that year as a result of the radical changes made by the Cuban revolutionary process (more…)

Israel Destroyed 523 Palestinian Structures in 3 Months

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Palestine 61Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) destroyed 523 Palestinian homes and civilian structures in the West Bank since the start of 2016, with an increase of 275% from last year, a Palestinian center reported Sunday. (more…)

Hunger Strikes Continue Against Isolation and Administrative Detention; 55 Prisoners Strike for Khawaja

April 14, 2016

PalestinePalestinian prisoner Shukri Khawaja, who has been held in solitary confinement for the past sixteen months, continued his hunger strike against isolation. 55 Palestinian prisoners have also continued hunger strikes in solidarity with Khawaja, demanding an end to long-term solitary confinement, (more…)

I’m on the Kill List. This is What it Feels Like to be Hunted by Drones

Friends decline my invitations and I have taken to sleeping outside under the trees, to avoid becoming a magnet of death for my family

Malik Jalal on Tuesday 12 April 2016

There have been 255 drone strikes on Pakistan since 2004

Pakistan 61I am in the strange position of knowing that I am on the ‘Kill List’. I know this because I have been told, and I know because I have been targeted for death over and over again. Four times missiles have been fired at me. I am extraordinarily fortunate to be alive. (more…)

Time for Puerto Rico to Fly and Be Free

April 15, 2016 by Hector Luis Alamo

Puerto Rico 61 “I suck the blood of your economy, drain your natural resources, make you a beggar poorer in thanks—make you defenseless, powerless, homeless, useless, speechless, foreign, more foreign, so foreign that you’ll lose touch with families and familiarities so that you’ll lose control of reality so that you’ll start hallucinating, (more…)

The Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements Reiterates its Solidarity with Venezuela

Message to the Bolivarian People

12919229_1112991398757240_1673475160_nThe participants in the 12th gathering of the Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social movements “In Defense of Humanity” have come to Caracas, at a crucial moment, to show our unconditional solidarity with the Government and the Bolivarian people in the battle they are waging against the onslaught of the local oligarchy and the Empire. (more…)

Can Cuban Medicine Help Solve American Inequality?

By Sam Loewenber on March 14, 2016

Nearly a hundred Americans are studying medicine at Cuba’s Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), where they are taught preventive medicine to treat the underserved.

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Samantha Marie Moore, a sixth-year ELAM student from Detroit, Michigan, Photos by Allison Shelley.

The Salvador Allende hospital is an oasis of green in Cerro, a run-down neighborhood of Havana, far from the oceanfront hotels and tourist restaurants of Cuba’s capital. Originally built in 1899 to provide care to Spanish colonists, the hospital campus is smattered with colonnaded buildings set amidst well-tended parks. (more…)

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