Venezuela arrests eight mercenaries part of “Operation Gedeon,” including two US citizens

[The early part of May saw multiple attempts by right wing forces to enter Venezuela and act against the Bolivarian government. US mercenaries involved in the plot were captured on May 3rd by the fishers from the Bolivarian Militia, with more being captured in later days. Mercenary Corporations, such as Silvercorp which employed the captured... Continue Reading →

Bolivia’s coup: Morales toppled not due to his failures, but due to his success

[It is clearly evident that foreign governments played a role in the recent coup d'etat. It should also be obvious at this point in history that natural resources were the crux of the equation. So as Bolivia becomes the latest victim in a string of recent US backed regime change operations, we are reminded that... Continue Reading →

Indigenous-Led Protests Rock Ecuador Decrying IMF Deal and Demanding Moreno’s Resignation

[Indigenous groups in Ecuador are currently staging large-scale protests against harsh austerity measures that are being implemented by the ruling Moreno government as part of a $4.2 billion IMF loan deal. These austerity measures include massive hikes in fuel prices, causing the cost of food and transportation to rise sharply. Protesters have faced harsh repression... Continue Reading →

US sending ‘spoiled food’ and ‘expired medicine’ as aid – Venezuelan ambassador

[Recently the Venezuelan government has rightfully rejected the U.S.-backed “humanitarian aid” convoys’ attempts to infiltrate the country through the Colombian and Brazilian borders. These convoys are nothing more than ‘Trojan Horses’, and pretexts for a U.S.-led military invasion against the country. They are also deliberate provocations against Venezuela, for the convoys are carrying anti-Maduro right-wing... Continue Reading →

Palestine’s First Western Embassy Opens in Brazil

Palestine's First Western Embassy Opens in Brazil (http://www.telesurtv.net/) The inauguration comes weeks after Brazil rejected Israel's ambassador, a former leader of West Bank settlers. The Palestinian Authority inaugurated its first embassy in the Western Hemisphere in Brasilia Wednesday amid a diplomatic row between Brazil and Israel. Representatives of Arab countries and Arab Brazilians attended the... Continue Reading →

US Troops Sexually Assault 54 Underage Girls, Won’t Face Charges

SM Gibson April 2, 2015 (ANTIMEDIA) American soldiers and military contractors who sexually abused at least 54 Colombian girls between 2003 and 2007 will not face charges for their horrific crimes due to diplomatic immunity. An 809-page report entitled “Contribution to the Understanding of the Armed Conflict in Colombia”,  was commissioned by the Colombian government and rebel group FARC... Continue Reading →

U.S. Secretly Infiltrated Cuba’s Hip-Hop Scene To Spark Anti-Government Movement: Report

by By DESMOND BUTLER, MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN, LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ and ANDREA RODRIGUEZ HAVANA (AP) — A U.S. agency's secret infiltration of Cuba's underground hip-hop groups scene to spark a youth movement against the government was "reckless" and "stupid," Sen. Patrick Leahy said Thursday after The Associated Press revealed the operation. On at least six occasions, Cuban... Continue Reading →

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