Tag: US military

Supporters of ousted Honduras’ President Manuel Zelaya clash with soldiers near the presidential residence in Tegucigalpa, Monday, June 29. 2009
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How Pentagon Officials May Have Encouraged a 2009 Coup in Honduras

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Source: The Intercept / The Dawn News / August 29, 2017 FORT MCNAIR, ONE of the oldest U.S. military posts in the country, is nestled on an outcropping of land where the Anacostia and Potomac rivers meet in Washington, D.C. There, within the National Defense University, is the Center for Hemispheric […]

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Source: Alai Net
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Military Training “Made in USA”

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By: Pablo Ruiz / The Dawn News / March 8, 2017 In the year 2016, the School of the Americas trained 1749 Army, Navy and Air Forces soldiers of Latin America, but also 15 civilians and 190 policemen. We know that the Costa Rican and Panamanian governments send their policemen […]

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Conversation with Palestinian-American poet Remi Kanazi
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Conversation with Palestinian-American poet Remi Kanazi

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Source: middleeastmonitor.com / The Dawn News / January 31, 2017 Remi Kanazi is a Palestinian-American performance poet and writer speaking out against injustice both in Palestine and in the US. MEMO’s Jehan Alfarra spoke to him about his background, activism and his latest books. MEMO’s Jehan Alfarra speaks to Palestinian-American […]

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