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Mexico News

Mexico ‘Gasolinazo’ Protesters Take Over Customs at US Border

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Source: TeleSUR / The Dawn News / January 7, 2017 Chanting “Peña out,” tens of thousands of protesters are demanding the resignation of the nation’s most unpopular president in a quarter of a century. Hundreds of protesters against a 20 percent gas hike took over the U.S. border crossing in […]

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Analysis Mexico

México is a Minefield

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By: René Delgado / Resumen Latinoamericano / January 7, 2017 This comment substitutes one we previously made. Little is left from the original one. It spoke about the need for the ruling class to be very careful this January if they wanted to maintain some sort of social peace this […]

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Analysis Venezuela

The 10 Victories of President Maduro in 2016

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In the longest and hardest year, in which many thought he would fall, President Maduro, overcame all obstacles and proved his exceptional ability as a Statesman. In early 2016,Venezuela’s authorities had very difficult problems to solve. Namely, 1) the neoliberal opposition had won the legislative elections of 2015 and controlled […]

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The Libyan Disaster
Analysis Libya

The Libyan Disaster

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By: Hedelberto López Blanch / Rebelion / The Dawn News / November 7, 2016. Five years after the bombings initiated in April 2011 by the coalition lead by the U.S, France and Great Britain and 50 years after the murder of the leader of the Libyan Revolution, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, […]

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Analysis U.S.

Sioux Protest that Inspired the World

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By: Laura Carlsen / Source: Desinformémonos / The Dawn News / October 14, 2016 Photo credit: Jenni Monet The peoples of Standing Rock is getting ready for the winter. Winters are hard and merciless in the Great Plains of the United States, with temperatures below -20ºC (-4 ºF). They transport […]

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African Overview
Africa News

African Overview

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African Overview is a column in Notas.org.ar that contributes to fill the informative vacuum on that continent and a bet to strengthen the circulation of South-South information. In this edition we bring information about Nigeria and Somalia.   Nigeria in crisis due to drop in the oil price Source: Notas.org.ar / The Dawn News […]

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