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Afro-Descendants Forum in Caracas (Haiti Comm. and Solidarity Fund Established)

June 26, 2011

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The establishment of the Haiti Committee and Solidarity Fund at the recent Afro-Descendants Forum is great news — international support that will come from these efforts will be invaluable to the people of Haiti. Fourth International Forum of Afro-Descendents Held in Caracas By Correo del Orinoco International This past Sunday in the Hotel Alba, Caracas, […]

Need an Antidote to Baby Doc? Try Stokely Carmichael on Haitian History

January 18, 2011

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The daily slaughtering by Tonton Macoutes and the torture and murder of thousands of Haitians at Ft. Dimanche were all products of the Duvaliers — Papa Doc and Baby Doc.  As if nationwide terror was not enough, Baby Doc did his part by stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from the Haitian people.  From the ransom France forced Haiti to pay beginning in 1825 […]

Cuba Honors Pastors for Peace Leader: “We Do Not Want to Think of a World without Lucius Walker

September 9, 2010

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We do not want to think of a world without Lucius Walker Aida Calviac Mora   THE irony of the blow has shaken us all: when the threat of nuclear war hovers over our heads, one of the irreplaceable men of peace has left us, after 80 years of sincere example. The death has taken […]

US Military Contractors Eye Africa

June 29, 2010

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U.S. military contractors eye Africa Technip hit with 338-million-dollar fine for Nigeria bribery Washington June 28, 2010 – Global engineering firm Technip Monday agreed to pay a 338-million-dollar fine for scheming to bribe Nigeria officials, the US Justice Department announced. US officials had alleged that the Paris-based company was “engaged in a sophisticated, decade-long scheme” […]

UN General Assembly President Thanked Cuba and Fidel Today for Role Played in Liberation of Africa

June 28, 2010

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Picture above: One of the greatest contributions that Cuba made in the liberation of Africa was sending Cuban troops to fight in Angola with the MPLA. In winning the immensely decisive battle of Cuito Cuanavale, the Cubans signalled to South Africa that its apartheid policies would not last much longer. Three of the Cuban Five […]

Global Bonapartism: The G20 and the Planet

June 25, 2010

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        Global Bonapartism: The G20 and the Planet by Prof. Vijay Prashad   Global Research, June 24, 2010 Counterpunch – 2010-06-21 We are left with the politicians who think poorly of us, and who stand back with chaos in their pale old eyes whimpering, “That is not what we wanted. No, it was not to […]

VIDEOS: A Tribute to Che Guevara on the 82nd Anniversary of His Birth

June 14, 2010

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Today, June 14, is  the 82nd anniversary of Che Guevara’s birth and it is a good occasion to review various parts of his life and missions.  I prepared the following last year on the occasion of Che’s birthday and it seems like a good idea to re-issue it as is. In late 1964, after making […]

Cuba’s Medical Diplomacy

May 15, 2010

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Cuban medical personnel assembled and waiting to assist Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina; the US did not take up its neighbour’s offer of help Cuba’s medical diplomacy  By Andrew Jack Published: May 15 2010 00:21 | Last updated: May 15 2010 00:21 When word reached Juan Carrizo that Hurricane Katrina had struck New ­Orleans on August […]

Morales’ Speech to G-77 at UN: Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth

May 13, 2010

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  Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth Speech to the G77 at the United Nations by President Evo Morales     Global Research, May 12, 2010 I have come here to share the conclusions of the First World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, held last April 20th […]

AFRICOM and the US’ Hidden Battle Front in Africa

May 10, 2010

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Africom and the USA’s Hidden Battle Front in Africa By Ba Karang 19 March 2010 – What is the current meaning of “war against terror” for Africa? The true intention of America’s recent military interventions in the African continent (both covert and open) is nothing other than the expansion and consolidation of Western Capital . […]