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Tension and Mendacity Surround the Colombia-Venezuela Border Conflict

By Alejandra Garcia on April 8, 2021

Bolivarian militia, photo: Bill Hackwell

For the last two weeks, Colombia’s drug trafficking and paramilitary groups have been engaging in border incursions into Venezuela. The rising (more…)

Comprehensive Justice for Berta: Truth, Reparations, and No Recurrence

By Giorgio Trucchi on April 7, 2021

COPINH press conference at beginning of  trial. Photo: Giorgio Trucchi

On Tuesday, 61 months after the crime, Roberto David Castillo Mejía has appeared in court, accused of being a mastermind of the (more…)

The Network in Defense of Humanity Rejects the Aggressions by Armed Groups against Venezuela near the Border with Colombia

April 5, 2021

The Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements in Defense of Humanity, in view of the confrontations that began on March (more…)

Guatemala: The Government Plan

By Carolina Vásquez Araya on April 4, 2021

Guatemalans waiting to be vaccinated. Photo: Daniel Hernandez-Salazar

To corner the population as Guatemalan president Alejandro Giammattei does, and to create artificial chaos in the administering of the few (more…)

Cuba and the Human Rights Report

By Jose Pertierra on April 1, 2021

Dignified Cuba stands against the slander. Photo: Bill Hackwell

Anthony Blinken, President Biden’s secretary of state, released on March 30 a report on the human rights situation (more…)

Sacha, A Child of Chernobyl – a Documentary Film by Resumen Latinoamericano

March 30, 2021

Sasha; a Child of Chernobyl

Olexandr Savchenko, “Sacha,” was one year old when the explosion of the nuclear power (more…)

Cuba, Biden, and the Romantic Interlude

By Wafica Ibrahim on March 28 2021

Defiant Cubans caravan along the Malecon calling for the end of the US blockade. Photo: Alejandro Azcuy

For those who dreamed of an idyl between the United States and Cuba after Joe Biden’s victory was confirmed in the U.S. elections, reality is starting to (more…)

The Double Standards of the United States

By Pasqualina Curcio on March 29, 2021

316 Black Americans were killed by police in 2020. Photo: Bill Hackwell

More than 41,500 people died in the United States in 2020, not because of covid-19, but because of gunfire. At the (more…)

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