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Diego Maradona always Knew How to Distinguish the Scoundrels and Appreciate the Worthy

By Adrian Paenza, November 25, 2020

Now we can’t do anything else. That’s it.

Maradona was already a myth while he was alive. (more…)

Guatemala: Why Do Social Protests Culminate in a Blind Spot?

By Ollantay Itzamná on November 24, 2020

Photo: David Toro, Prensa Comunitaria

On the eve of initiating national celebrations for its bicentennial, Guatemala is once again in the international news as a result (more…)

Fidel: A Necessary Presence

By Elson Concepción Pérez on November 24, 2020

 Photo: Juvenal Balán

On the fourth anniversary of the passing of Fidel Castro November 25, his work, example, and words are as alive as (more…)

Bolsonaro Marginalizes Brazil from the World

 By Emir Sader on November 23, 2020

Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena

Bolsonaro has made his world debut without Trump. And in the worst possible way. If his absurd statements (more…)

Peru Demands Constitutional Reform to Halt Legacy of Corruption

By Steve Lalla on November 24, 2020

Photo: Nuevo Perú

Peru was rocked by protests following the dismissal of President Martin Vizcarra on November 9. Vizcarra was (more…)

Venezuela: An Examination of the Opposition and the Elections for the Legislature

By Katu Arkonada, November 21, 2020

The death of Hugo Chavez, violent opposition barricades and blockades, executive orders that declare (more…)

Evo Morales Asks for the Repatriation of Argentinean Reporter Imprisoned in Bolivia

By Jorge Petinaud Martínez on November 20, 2020

Facundo Molares

The former Bolivian President Evo Morales supported today the demand being made by several social organizations that the Argentinean journalist Facundo Molares, (more…)

2 Hurricanes Hit Nicaragua: Sandinismo Leads the People

By Carlos Fonseca Terán on November 18, 2020

Photo: Radio La Primerisima

Two consecutive hurricanes, one after the other. First Eta, then Iota. The second is the (more…)

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