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Mexican Journalist Javier Valdez Murdered, Covered Drug Beat

May 15, 2017

Javier Valdez

Yet another journalist was murdered in Mexico Monday, marking the sixth assassination of a reporter so far this year in one of the deadliest countries in the world for media workers. (more…)

Remembering, Being Unified and Active is the Recipe to Make Macri Retreat

By Carlos Aznárez on May 11, 2017

Photo: Página 12

With the malignancy of those who have been sheltered for years and protected now by President Macri’s government, while he has once again tried to sneak through the Supreme Court the concept of overthrowing one of the greatest achievements of Argentine society; (more…)

Cuba Holds 5th International Seminar for Peace and the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases

By Laura V. Mor on May 7, 2017

U.S. guard tower on Guantanamo. Photo: Bill Hackwell

This past week the 5th International Seminar for Peace and the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases took place in the Medical Science University of the City of Guantánamo, with the presence of delegations from 32 countries. (more…)

Why Are There No Riots in the Barrios of Venezuela?

By Gustavo Borges on May 11, 2017

Photo: Mision Verdad

The only ones who have both the number and fury to set fire to this country are working, organizing, and discussing the call to a Constituent Assembly. (more…)

What Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About Venezuela’s OAS Exit

For weeks, mainstream media has ramped up attacks against Venezuela, deceiving readers about ongoing political turmoil. Today is no different. (more…)

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