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Colombia: Outrage and Misgovernment

By Pedro Santana Rodríguez on September 11, 2020

Photo: Ivan Valencia

In Colombia, September 9 has now been designated as the day of human rights in homage to San Pedro Claver, a Jesuit (more…)

Venezuela: Revolutionary Unity and Loyalty!

By Adan Chavez Frias on September 11, 2020

The month of September arrives and the Venezuelan people continue to get ready for the electoral process at the end (more…)

Neoliberal Democracy

By Ángel Guerra Cabrera September 9, 2020

The ruling banning Evo Morales from being a candidate for senator and the sentence of 8 years and a lifetime ban (more…)

Venezuela Launches Simón Bolívar Institute for Peace and Solidarity among Peoples

September 10, 2020

Jorge Arreaza, and Carlos Ron at launch of the Simón Bolívar Institute for Peace and Solidarity among Peoples.

The Simón Bolívar Institute for Peace and Solidarity among Peoples was launched on September 6, with the presence of (more…)

Colombia: Iván Cepeda, the Man Who Put Uribe Vélez against the Ropes

By Carlos Aznárez on September 7, 2020.

Ivan Cepeda

Iván Cepeda is one of the founders of the Movement of Victims of State Crimes (MOVICE) and has suffered the great (more…)

Made in Cuba: the Most Advanced Coronavirus Vaccine in Latin America

By Gerardo Szalkowicz on September 5, 2020

If it were not for the unwritten premise of hegemonic journalism that everything good in Cuba is not told, it would be (more…)

Colombia: Behind the Defense of Alvaro Uribe Stands a US PR Firm

September 8, 2020

After being charged, former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe hired a U.S. company specializing in lobbying to (more…)

Julian Assange’s Trial Begins as the U.S. Adds Charges

By Marcelo Justo, on September 6, 2020

In the midst of a political and legal offensive by the Trump Administration, the trial for the extradition to the United (more…)

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