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Requesting foreign interference with democracy. Photo credit: Resumen Latinoamericano
Analysis News Venezuela

Venezuela is deep into civil war

By: Atilio A. Borón / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / May 23, 2017 Following the script by the experts and strategists of the CIA, specialized in unstabilizing and tearing down governments, in Venezuela the counter-revolution produced a “quality jump”: it began with a warm-up on the streets, […]

The Hidden History of the Israeli Invasions in Gaza
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The Hidden History of the Israeli Invasions in Gaza

  By: Leandro Albani / Source: El Furgón / The Dawn News / May 24, 2017   Debater and precise investigator, Norman G. Finkelstein resumes the deep policies of the Israeli State against Palestinian population in his book: Madness and Method. The hidden history of Israel’s attacks on Gaza. Taking […]

Several African countries have recently established free or compulsory primary education. Photo credit: RT
Africa Analysis

The little known Africa

Although the mainstream media focuses daily on negative news stories in Africa, there is another reality to the continent, which today, May 25, is celebrating its day  By: Darcy Borrero Batista / Source: Granma / The Dawn News / May 25, 2017 Although the mainstream media focuses daily on negative […]

Crowds in São Paulo, Brazil on April 28, 2017. Photo credit: Pedro Maia Veiga
Analysis Brazil

The Continental Strikes

The history of general strikes in Brazil shows why last month’s — the country’s largest yet — was so vital By: Marcelo Badaró / Source: Jacobin Mag / The Dawn News / March 23, 2017 On April 28, images flashed across Brazilian social media of burning tires in dozens of […]

Armenian refugees in relief tents Aintab, 1915 (Photo: American Committee for Relief in the Near East)
Analysis Turkey

Honoring Balaban Hoja: A Hero for Armenian Orphans

By: Meliné Karakashian / Source: Armenian Weekly / The Dawn News / May 23, 2017 To his students in the Aintab orphanage, Sarkis Balabanian (Balaban Hoja) (1882-1963) was not simply a mathematics teacher, but a role model who risked his life to save them from Turkish attacks. I honor Balaban […]

OAS Debates Venezuela, Not a Word About Brazil
Brazil News Venezuela

OAS Debates Venezuela, Not a Word About Brazil

Double standards come naturally to the OAS, especially when the balance of power is defined by people’s power or power usurped by political elites. Source: TeleSUR TV /  May 24, 2017 Pick-and-choose. It’s the modus operandi of the Organization of American States, headquartered in Washington, D.C. While the organization schedules […]