Tag: Police Repression

At least two protesters died in the police repression of the protests against the rise of fuel prices in Haiti.
Haiti News

Fuel price rise in Haiti has its roots in IMF deal

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The hike in prices which was withdrawn after massive protests is part of the agenda dictated by international finance institutions By Lautaro Rivara / Source: ALBA Movimientos /Translated by: Tanya Wadhwa/ The Dawn News / July 10, 2018 Soon after the Haitian government announced its decision to raise fuel prices […]

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Colombian Police Force Murders 8 Peasants and Injures 52
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Colombian Police Force Murders 8 Peasants and Injures 52

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Source: REMAP / The Dawn News / October 5, 2017 On Thursday, October 5, communities of the Colombian veredas of El Tandil, Brisas, Puerto Rico and El Divorcio of the Tumaco municipality, Nariño region, were brutally repressed by the army and the police, who shot at the peasant population as […]

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Brazil – Statement against Armed Forces repression.
Brazil Statement

Brazil – Statement against Armed Forces repression.

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Brasil Popular Front vehemently repudiates the use of police repression and the Armed Forces, which assaulted thousands of Brazilians who participated in the March of the Working Class, jointly organized by all trade unions and the movements Brasil Popular Front and Povo sem Medo. The use of the Armed Forces, thousands […]

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Uruguay Passes Decree to Repress Roadblocks / Social Movements React
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Uruguay Passes Decree to Repress Roadblocks / Social Movements React

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By: Claudio Alvarez / Source: La Izquierda Diario / The Dawn News / March 26, 2017 Several unions and student organizations have strongly rejected the government’s decree to repress roadblocks without a court order. Some representatives of the government’s party dismiss criticism while others join the general expressions of unhappiness—although […]

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Argentina: Conflict and Repression

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Source: Página 12 / The Dawn News / January 18, 2017   While the Work Ministry refused to dictate mandatory conciliation, police shot rubber bullets against the protest workers in Pompeya. The Graphic Workers of Clarin general secretary, Pablo Viñas, referred to the situation in the radio (AM750). Graphic Arts […]

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Amount of Violent Murders Drastically Increased in the US
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Amount of Violent Murders Drastically Increased in the US

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Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / September 26, 2016 Photo Credit: workers.org An FBI report revealed this Monday that the number of murders in 2015 increased by more than 10% in comparison with last year’s figures, in the United States. According to the annual report of the Federal […]

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