Cuba backs Snowden asylum offers from allies

[Good for Cuba. -- NP] Cuba backs Snowden asylum offers from allies HAVANA (AP) — Cuban President Raul Castro threw his support behind other leftist Latin American governments willing to give asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, calling him a man persecuted for his ideals. But Castro made no reference as to whether Cuba itself... Continue Reading →

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US says hunger strike grows to 21 at Guantanamo

  US says hunger strike grows to 21 at Guantanamo By BEN FOX (AP) SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A hunger strike at the Guantanamo Bay prison has grown and now involves at least 21 men, a U.S. military official said Monday while denying reports trickling out from prisoners through lawyers that there is... Continue Reading →

Keep Corporate Hands Off Panama

Keep Corporate Hands Off Panama (new-power.org) Violent protests have been sparked by recent decisions by the Panamanian government to sell land in part of the duty-free Colon area of the Panama Canal. The protests were sparked by a new law that was passed, but then as pressure from the street mounted, it is now reported... Continue Reading →

Grenada Trying To Find Remains Of Slain PM

[Although Maurice Bishop was neither a true Marxist nor communist, he and his regime fell to a brutal US invasion of Grenada in 1983. The world's greatest super power, the United States, invaded tiny Grenada. All the military might of the imperialists targeted the tiny island. The invasion of Grenada was another one of the... Continue Reading →

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