Latin America

Correcting Eva Golinger on Venezuela
Analysis Editorial U.S. Venezuela

Correcting Eva Golinger on Venezuela

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    By: Stansfield Smith, Chicago / Source: ALBA Solidarity / The Dawn News / August 20, 2017   As the class struggle heated up in Venezuela this year, fueled by interventionist threats by the pro-US Organization of American States (OAS) bloc, many former supporters of the Bolivarian revolution have […]

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Chile News

Half of Chilean Workers Earn Less than 540 Dollars a Month

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  Source: Radio Villa Francia / The Dawn News / August 16, 2017 According to a new research by Fundación Sol, led by economists Marco Kremerman and Gonzalo Durán, revealed that 50% of workers earns less than 350 thousand pesos a month (which is equal to 542 US dollars) and […]

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Eleven Dissertations About Venezuela
Analysis Editorial U.S. Venezuela

Eleven Dissertations About Venezuela

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By Juan Carlos Monedero (From Spain) / Source: Página 12 / The Dawn News / August 11, 2017 Monedero, leader of Podemos, is a studious and old man familiar with the processes of change in Latin America, responds to the most common concerns about the process led by Maduro in […]

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Analysis Mexico U.S.

In Mexico, Drug Cartels are the Ruling Class

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By: Arsinoé Orihuela / Source: Rebelión / The Dawn News / August 15, 2017 It is frequent for people inside and outside Mexico to ask why in this country there are so many journalists killed, so many students disappear, teachers are repressed to death, community leaders persecuted ferociously, innocent civilians […]

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Colombia News Solidarity

Two FARC members were murdered in less than 24 hours

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Source: Contagio Radio / The Dawn News / August 14, 2017 Andrés Molina On the night of August 13, Jesús Adán Mazo, codename “Andrés Molina”, chief of the 18th Front of the Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) was murdered. He had been granted amnesty and pardon by the […]

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