Truth Comes to Light; No “Sonic Attack” in Cuba

By Graciela Ramírez on March 15, 2019

Press conference; there is no scientific evidence of sonic attacks. Photo: Yaimi Ravelo

In a press conference held at the International Press Center (CPI) Carlos Fernández de Cossio, General Director for U.S. Affairs at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, revealed details of the scientific multidisciplinary research conducted at the highest level for the last two years. (more…)

State-Sponsored Islamophobia & Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Embolden Right-Wing Terrorists

March 18, 2019

Fifty people are dead, and millions around the globe are mourning, following the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday. (more…)

Moreno Deals a Blow to UNASUR

By Juan Manuel Karg on March 15, 2019

Statue of Nestor Kirshner in front of UNASUR building, Quito

Lenin Moreno’s Ecuador has asked for the definitive exit from the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), the South American regional organization created in 2008 in Brazil to counter U.S. sway in the region. (more…)

Venezuelan Military Deserters Abandoned by Colombian Government

March 16, 2019

A group of Venezuelan military deserters that fled to Colombia on February 23, reported on Saturday that Colombian authorities have abandoned them, and had given them a period of 4 days to leave the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) (more…)

Free Chelsea Manning Now!

March 15, 2019

Chelsea Manning before grand jury hearing, Photo:Jahi Chikwendiu

U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton in Alexandria, Va., expressed the government’s contempt for every woman, every trans person and every worker when he sent heroic military whistleblower Chelsea Manning back to jail on International Women’s Day. (more…)

Puerto Rico’s Demand for Independence More Alive than Ever

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Puerto Rico’s demand for independence was reaffirmed by the patriot Oscar López Rivera recently, insisting that this is the inalterable demand of the island’s people. (more…)

300,000 Protest in Plaza de Mayo against Patriarchy and Male Violence

March 8, 2019

More than 300 thousand women, lesbians, transvestites, no binaries and a good number of men overflowed the downtown streets of Buenos Aires for #8M. (more…)

Who’s Afraid of Lula?

By Emir Sader on March 7, 2019

In his brief trip to go to the funeral of his grandson, Lula was treated as the most dangerous person in Brazil. With the largest military apparatus ever arrayed for  a ceremony such as a funeral. (more…)

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