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Argentina Launches Military Conscription By Another Name

By Stella Calloni on July 16, 2019

Amidst the presidential campaign, Argentinean President Mauricio Macri has decided to establish a Voluntary Civic Service under the aegis of the Security Ministry (more…)

Uncertainty in Puerto Rico after Protests against Corrupt Governor

July 16, 2019

Unrest prevails in Puerto Rico following long days of protests against Governor Ricardo Rosello, whose resignation is being demanded by the population. (more…)

Robbery Exposes Guaido’s Party for its Paramilitary Vocation

July 14, 2019

Jorge Rodríguez

Showing the true character of the type of people Guaido has around him, after the coup failed his body guards decided at least they could make some money by (more…)

UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Bachelet’s Gift to the US: Justifying Regime Change in Venezuela

By Roger D. Harris on July 12, 2019

Michelle Bachelet and President Nicolás Maduro

UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’s report on Venezuela echoes the US government’s talking points, which are designed to terminate (more…)

Colombia: The Revolutionary Posture of Jesus Santrich

By Nelson Lombana Silva on July 11, 2019

The noble personality and revolutionary make up of comrade Jesus Santrich is not up for debate, on the contrary he generates admiration in such a historical (more…)

Trump’s Attack against Immigrants Meets Resistance

By Alicia Jrapko and Bill Hackwell on July 14, 2019

Nearly 800 events took place this weekend across the United States organized by grassroots organizations including religious sectors, community groups, (more…)

Response to the Report on Venezuela by the High Commissioner of the UN Human Rights Council, Michelle Bachelet

July 8, 2019

Teacher at Bolivarian adult education center. Photo: Bill Hackwell

The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity, strongly rejects the Report on Venezuela presented on July 4 by the High Commissioner of the UN (more…)

Living and Dying in the Streets of Buenos Aires

By Matias Pacheco on July 8, 2019

Winter is here.We are not talking about the last season of Game of Thrones. We are talking about Argentina, and more specifically about Argentina under the presidency (more…)

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