Massive protests sweep Colombia despite repression

Massive protests sweep Colombia despite repression

On April 28 there was a national strike and march in rejection of President Iván Duque’s tax reform and a ...
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New York event honors anti-fascists killed in Odessa, Ukraine

New York event honors anti-fascists killed in Odessa, Ukraine

Several activists gathered in New York’s Union Square this May 2 to pay tribute to more than 40 anti-fascists killed ...
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The COVID-19 catastrophe in India keeps growing

The COVID-19 catastrophe in India keeps growing

For Ashish Yechury (1986-2021), journalist. It is difficult to overstate the grip of COVID-19 on India. WhatsApp bristles with messages ...
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Zimbabwe celebrates 41 years of independence

Zimbabwe celebrates 41 years of independence

Forty-one years ago the people of Zimbabwe won independence on April 18, 1980. Thousands of Africans died for it. For ...
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International actions demand: End U.S.-Ukraine war in Donbass

International actions demand: End U.S.-Ukraine war in Donbass

Protests were held in at least seven cities across Europe from April 16-20 against the escalation of Ukraine’s war crimes ...
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Ecuador: Keys to understanding the victory of Guillermo Lasso

Ecuador: Keys to understanding the victory of Guillermo Lasso

Ecuador woke up with the news that Guillermo Lasso will be the new president. None of the crisis scenarios or ...
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New York protest demands end to U.S.-Ukraine war in Donbass

New York protest demands end to U.S.-Ukraine war in Donbass

"Stop the bombing, stop the war, hands off Donbass! USA, CIA out of Ukraine!" On April 10, anti-war activists rallied ...
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Ecuador elections: state of emergency in the aorta of Latin America

Ecuador elections: state of emergency in the aorta of Latin America

Sunday will define who will be the new president of Ecuador and polls predict a close runoff. The candidates in ...
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Why Ukraine’s borders are back at the center of geopolitics

Why Ukraine’s borders are back at the center of geopolitics

On March 11, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter that his government has “approved the Strategy for Deoccupation ...
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Global proposal against the economic blockade

Global proposal against the economic blockade

At least twenty countries are formally victims of U.S. “sanctions”. Since 1992, in the United Nations General Assembly, all countries ...
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