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The Judiciary in Brazil has Lost its Shame

By Carol Proner on July 10, 2018

Free Lula protest call for his release in Curitiba. Photo: Ricardo Stuckert

On Sunday, July 9, almost a month before the registration of candidacies for the 2018 elections, Brazil saw another regrettable attempt to prevent [former president] Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva  from contesting. (more…)

Joint Cuban, US Probe Finds No Evidence for Sonic Attacks

July 11, 2018

Photo: Bill Hackwell

The Cuban ministry of foreign affairs issued a statement calling on the U.S. government to stop the “political manipulation” of the alleged health issues. (more…)

Trump’s Immigration Policy Forces Children to Defend Themselves Before a Judge; Alone

July 6, 2018

Photo: El Periodico

As the depths of depravity against immigrant families in the U.S. continue to shock the world with each revelation, protests calling for the end of ICE are gaining momentum including Occupy ICE encampments outside immigration facilities in San Francisco and Philadelphia. – editorial. (more…)

Cuba Remembers Nelson Mandela with the Graduation of 703 Medical Students from South Africa

By Lisandra Romeo Matos on July 5, 2018

Photo: Omar Garcia Maderos

On the 100th anniversary of the birth of Nelson Mandela, the historic leader of South Africa, was remembered on Wednesday in Havana with the graduation of 703 South African medical students from the Cuba’s Latin American School of Medicine. (more…)

Cindy Sheehan: A Medal of Hope

By Laura V. Mor on June 29, 2018

Photo: Patricia Moncada / Cubainformación.

It was 2009 and the Cuban Five were serving their sentences after 11 years of being imprisoned in the United States, unjustly accused of conspiracy to commit espionage and other insignificant crimes. (more…)

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