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UN Scandal. Secrets of Chancellor Malcorra
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UN Scandal. Secrets of Chancellor Malcorra

By: Walter Goobar / Source: Diario Miradas al Sur / December 27, 2015. Susana Malcorra, current Argentinian Chancellor, and her role in hiding sexual assaults perpetrated by peace forces in the Central African Republic. Quoting an internal UN investigation, the influential American magazine Foreign Policy, in its latest edition, dated […]

Measures applied by Macri increase poverty, says Argentine analyst
Analysis Argentina

Measures applied by Macri increase poverty, says Argentine analyst

Source avn.info.ve / The Dawn / December 27, 2015. The first set of economic measures implemented by Mauricio Macri’s government in Argentina increase poverty instead of decreasing it. This statement synthesizes the approach developed by economist Alfredo Zaiat(1) in his article published on the web portal Pagina12.com, entitled “Wealth: four, […]

Libya or how to invent a country
Analysis Libya

Libya or how to invent a country

  By: Guadi Calvo / Resumen Medio Oriente / The Dawn / December 21, 2015.- Since the murder of Colonel Gaddafi, in October 2011, Libya has turned into an ungovernable country, a failed State. This has led to having two governments and two Parliaments for almost two years, which only […]

Barghouti: We will continue to boycott Israel
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Barghouti: We will continue to boycott Israel

Former Palestinian presidential election candidate Mustafa Barghouti (L), who is secretary-general of the Palestinian National Initiative, holds a young girl during a rally in the West Bank City of Hebron, Jan. 14, 2005. (photo by REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun) Author Rasha Abou Jalal Posted December 17, 2015 Translator: Kamal Fayad GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip […]

Pablo Iglesias, center right,  leader of Spanish Podemos (We Can) left-wing party, smiles as he marches to give a speech at the main square of Madrid during a Podemos (We Can) party march in Madrid, Spain, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. Tens of thousands of people, possibly more, are marching through Madrid’s streets in a powerful show of strength by Spain’s fledgling radical leftist party Podemos (We Can) which hopes to emulate the electoral success of Greece’s Syriza party in elections later this year. Supporters from across Spain converged onto Cibeles fountain before packing the avenue leading to Puerta del Sol square. Podemos aims to shatter the country’s predominantly two-party system and the “March for Change” gathered crowds in the same place where sit-in protests against political and financial corruption laid the party’s foundations in 2011. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)
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Spain: The day after bipartisanship

By Juan Manuel Karg / Source actualidad.rt.com / The Dawn / December 21, 2015. Last Sunday’s elections in Spain left some certainties. Spanish bipartisanship has been wounded, and the crisis of the traditional parties deepens. “We, men and women, also can” Let’s see: In 2008 the Popular Party (PP) and […]