Hiroshima as a Spectacle of Genocide

By Telma Luzzani on August 6, 2020

The picture of a man, with his back turned, watching the devastation, scared.  Stone over stone, he sees only (more…)

Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe under House Arrest

August 5, 2020

The Colombian Supreme Court of Justice has ordered the preventive home detention of Senator and former (more…)

State Terrorism in Chile against the Mapuche

By Florencia Lagos Neumann on August 3, 2020

Chile is one of the countries with the highest number of infected people with Coronavirus in the region: 2,000 daily, (more…)

Bolivia: Roadblocks against the Dictatorship Setting up Around the Country

August 3, 2020

Photo: Juan Karita

The indefinite general strike with roadblocks called by the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) and the Unity Pact, (more…)

Who Pays the Bill?

By Pasqualina Curcio on August 3, 2020

Caracas, Photo: Bill Hackwell

This is the title of OXFAM’s latest report from July 2020. In that report they propose that in order to face the (more…)

Tulare County California during the Pandemic – the Hard Price of Poverty

By David Bacon on August 3, 2020

Photo: David Bacon

Gov. Gavin Newsom acknowledged last week that the coronavirus crisis is expanding far faster among eight rural (more…)

Digital Giants Accused 

By Silvia Ribeiro on August 1, 2020

On July 29, 2020, four of the five largest technology companies on the planet – Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple (more…)

Lula and other International Personalities Join Call to Give Nobel Peace Prize to Cuban Doctors

By Brasil de Fato on August 1, 2020

The solidarity of Cuban doctors, once again, has gained international recognition. Amid the coronavirus (more…)

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