Tears of empire

Tears of empire

It happened with a suddenness that was stunning. The Taliban taking town by town, village by village, province by province ...
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New Orleans marches against U.S. imperialism

New Orleans marches against U.S. imperialism

On Aug. 21, New Orleanians marched against U.S. imperialism, “from Kabul to the Caribbean,” as stated in the announcement. The ...
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Philippines: Revolutionary artist Parts Bagani murdered in police and military raid

Philippines: Revolutionary artist Parts Bagani murdered in police and military raid

The art of Parts Bagani is world-renowned, undeniably distinct, and always in service of the masses. Spend enough time among ...
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Peru: Héctor Béjar’s resignation, 'The President and the government put themselves hostage to the military'

Peru: Héctor Béjar’s resignation, ‘The President and the government put themselves hostage to the military’

The government of Pedro Castillo has suffered its first defeat, by yielding to the pressures of the right-wing coup and ...
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Afghan resistance ends U.S. occupation

Afghan resistance ends U.S. occupation

The long and brutal U.S. imperialist war in Afghanistan is coming to a chaotic, inglorious end. For 20 years, the ...
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Washington spent more than $2 trillion on a war that it knew could not be won

Washington spent more than $2 trillion on a war that it knew could not be won

On August 15, the Taliban arrived in Kabul. The Taliban’s leadership entered the presidential palace, which Afghan President Ashraf Ghani had vacated ...
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Haiti needs aid not intervention!

Haiti needs aid not intervention!

Stop the deportations! Over 1,400 people were killed by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti Aug. 14. Thousands more ...
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Sports sovereignty in Puerto Rico

Sports sovereignty in Puerto Rico

Translated by Walter Lippmann for CubaNews. A few days ago, athlete Jasmine Camacho-Quinn won a gold medal for PR in ...
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Why Hiroshima and Nagasaki were incinerated

Why Hiroshima and Nagasaki were incinerated

Barack Obama visited Hiroshima on May 27, 2016, the first sitting U.S. president to do so. Obama’s visit to the ...
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Why is the U.S. government targeting Nicaragua?

Why is the U.S. government targeting Nicaragua?

After learning that outright military invasions, which cost the lives of U.S. soldiers, are unpopular at home, the strategists of ...
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