Posts Tagged: latin america

Colombian military behind terrorist bombings

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On Sept. 7, Colombian army head Gen. Mario Montoya was forced to announce that high-level government troops, including a captain and a major, were res...

Students in Chile mobilize to win education reforms

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On Aug. 22 and Aug. 25, thousands of Chilean high school students and their supporters took to the streets to demand that the government stop putting ...

Social movements decisive in Ecuador’s political landscape

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On Oct. 15, over nine million Ecuadorans, including Ecuadorans living abroad, will vote for the eighth president in the last nine years. The last pres...

Chevron-Texaco’s chemical genocide in Ecuador

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The writer is a journalist who reports for Free Speech Radio News and is currently working on the case against Chevron-Texaco mentioned in the article...

Is Venezuela the Real Target of Bush’s New Cuba Plan?

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Reprinted from Counterpunch Cuba calls the shots; and Venezuela pays the bills. That is the major premise underlying the Report made public last Monda...

Protests to end Bush’s travel ban to Cuba

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The fourth protest to end travel restrictions to Cuba took place on July 8 in front of Hialeah City Hall , a largely Cuban immigrant city close to Mia...

Right-wing pressures Miami-Dade Schools to ban book on Cuba

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On June 21, a book for 5 to 7-year olds entitled “Vamos a Cuba,” and its English counterpart, “A Visit to Cuba,” were banned b...

Chronicle of a war foretold

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The following article by Ricardo Alarcón, president of the National Assembly of People's Power in Cuba , was published on July 5 in the Cuban n...

United States funds pro-imperialist ‘democrats’

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The history of U.S. intervention in Latin America is well documented. There have been scores of military invasions and covert operations in nearly eve...

Venezuela prepares for a ‘war of resistance’

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Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez announced preparations for a “war of resistance” against a potential U.S. invasion during his week...