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President Manuel Zelaya: The US-backed Coup d’etat Turned Honduras Into Hell + Honduras Now Ruled By A Criminal Gang

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The Grayzone on Jul 1, 2019

The Grayzone’s Anya Parampil sat down for an exclusive interview with Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, on the 10th anniversary of the US-backed right-wing military coup that overthrew him.

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Latin America: Peoples in search of Orthodoxy



Latin America: Peoples in search of Orthodoxy


His Eminence Metropolitan Athenagoras of Mexico

Thirteen years ago, when I undertook the (then newly-established) Holy Metropolis of Mexico with only three priests and three mainly Greek-speaking communities, in Mexico, Panama and Venezuela, I would never have expected, let alone conceive the miracle that is unfolding today for our Orthodox Church in Latin America. 1,516 more words

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Cuba planea impulsar su economía con el uso de las criptomonedas

El gobierno de Cuba informó que está estudiando el uso potencial de las criptomonedas, como parte de una serie de medidas para impulsar su economía en medio de una crisis cada vez más grave exacerbada por las sanciones estadounidenses. 259 more words

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“Workers in Struggle” Marched Against Maduro’s Austerity

By Laclase.info

Caracas, July 3rd of 2019

Over a hundred workers mobilized in downtown Caracas against Maduro government’s anti-worker policies. Called for by “Workers in Struggle”, the mobilization departed from the Miranda plaza, took the Baralt Avenue, and marched to the building of the Vice-Presidency in the Carmelitas corner. 386 more words

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#44 EL SILBÓN The Watcher Populist Chronicles Crónicas Populistas

#44 EL SILBÓN//The Watcher–Populist Chronicles, 2019

The Silbón is a madman, the Silbón is a murderer, a madman who killed his parents and ate them alive. 204 more words

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Inside the Human Rights Crisis in Venezuela

Earlier this year, the Venezuelan military under Nicolás Maduro opened fire on a largely Indigenous community, blocking aid and punishing protesters.

Here’s what you need to know about the country’s ongoing human rights crisis.

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