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A Slow Birth in Colombia

By Atilio A. Boron on June 17, 2018

Campaigners for Gustavo Petro. Photo: Luis Robayo

The result of the second round in the presidential elections of Colombia delivered the victory of the candidate of the right, Iván Duque, who obtained 10,362,080 votes against the 8,028,033 of his rival, Gustavo Petro, (more…)

Ernesto Guevara: The Man Who Gave Himself

By Yisel Martínez on June 13, 2018

Graphic: Antonio Guerrero

There are figures who never die, who cease being mere mortals to remain inevitably in history. People of thought, of character, of passion and sacrifice, who exalt human nature and attest to how much we can do as a species. (more…)

Maduro Appoints Delcy Rodríguez as Vice President and 10 New Ministers

June 14, 2018.

In what he described as “a partial and profound renovation of the executive cabinet,” Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced through his social network account on Twitter (more…)

Huge and Healthy Victory for the Women of Argentina

By Carlos Aznárez on June 17, 2018

It is difficult to contain the emotion after what happened in these last 24 hours in Argentina. And it is even more difficult to reflect on this feminist victory that was obtained by an enduring conviction to fight for a just cause. (more…)

Native American Water Protector Becomes First to be Sentenced to Time in Federal Prison for DAPL Protests

By Alexandra Jacobo on June 13, 2018

Michael “Little Feather” Giron, a member of the Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, was sentenced to thirty-six months in federal prison this week. (more…)

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