Category: Guest statements

National March on Washington: Hands off Venezuela! No coup, no sanctions, no new U.S. war!

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On Saturday, March 16, thousands of people will march in Washington, D.C. against the Trump administration’s effort to engineer a coup in Venezuela ...

An Open Letter to the American People from President Nicolas Maduro

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"...we shall defend our homeland with all the pieces of our soul."

INTERVIEW WITH MADURO: I thank Chávez, because, with Fidel and Raúl, they constructed a new, dignified beginning for our entire continent

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Granma International reproduces excerpts from Ignacio Ramonet’s interview with the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Madur...

12 things you should know about Yemen

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Yemen is a country with a rich historical and cultural heritage.

Cuban declaration: Withdrawing doctors from Brazil

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The Ministry of Public Health of the Republic of Cuba, committed to the solidarity and humanistic principles that have guided Cuba’s medical coopera...

NYC teachers urged to vote ‘no’ on proposed contract, and to fight for a better one

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The following is a statement from New York City teachers who are members of the Party of Socialism and Liberation and urge the 200,000 teachers in the...

TKP – The hope lies in the party which is both the oldest and the youngest

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he following is a statement by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) on the 98th anniversary of its foundation.

U.S. Sanctions Shut Down ‘The Empire Files’ with Abby Martin

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The Empire Files is temporarily appealing for donations on a one-time and monthly basis to continue production in the midst of US attacks on the TeleS...

Palestinian prisoners declare solidarity with US National Prison Strike

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Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails have issued a statement supporting the U.S. National Prisoners Strike, which began Aug. 21 and will run to...

Barbarians at the helm (Cindy Sheehan’s speech in Hiroshima, August 6, 2018)

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For many of us, Hiroshima stands not only as a symbol of the worse of what can happen in war, but also as a reminder of the resilience of the human sp...