Haiti: From trafficking to debt
- Jérôme Duval Жером Дюваль جيروم دوڥال
This Caribbean country is not in debt, it is a creditor. It is France which owes it money. Explanation by Jerome Duval, of CADTM.
Poverty in colonised countries has greatly increased due to a transfer of debt: the debts incurred by the ...
Who ordered killing of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres? Evidence of broad plot is found
- Elisabeth Malkin
MEXICO CITY — It was just before midnight when two men kicked in the door to Berta Cáceres’s house in the small Honduran mountain town of La Esperanza. Moving past the kitchen, one of them opened the door to her bedroom and fired six ...
Puerto Rico faces genocide
- Berta Joubert-Ceci
What is happening now in Puerto Rico can only be described as genocide — plain and simple!
Hurricanes Irma and Maria have uncovered Puerto Rican reality for the world to see: the murderous and obscene cruelty of naked capitalism mirrored in ...
Forensic panel says Chilean poet Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer
The Nobel Laureate's former driver Manuel Araya maintains Neruda was poisoned by the secret service.
An investigation into Pablo Neruda's probable cause of death, has found that Chile's most famous poet did not die of prostate cancer.
International Electoral Observers Validate Venezuela Regional Vote as US, France Reject Results
- Lucas Koerner
Sunday’s vote was held under conditions of “total normality” and the right to a secret ballot was “guaranteed”, reports the Latin American Council of Electoral Experts.
Caracas, October 16, 2017 (venezuelanalysis.com) ...
Che Guevara's 50th death anniversary: Revisit a reporter's experience of capturing revolutionary's mortal remains
On 10 October, 1967 the Bolivian army presented the body of iconic Marxist guerrilla Ernesto "Che" Guevara to journalists in a makeshift morgue in a small town.
AFP correspondent Marc Hutten was among the group flown ...
PUERTO RICO: Second Yankee invasion?
- Berta Joubert-Ceci
Oct. 2 — A year after the United States invaded Puerto Rico in 1898 and imposed a military regime, Hurricane San Ciriaco hit the island and devastated nearly its entire infrastructure. This allowed the invaders to restructure the country at ...
Luck, Not Tougher Building Standards, Spared Mexico in Quake
- Various Authors - مؤلفين مختلفين - Auteurs divers- AAVV
Azam Ahmed and Marina Franco reported from Mexico City, and Henry Fountain from New York. Elisabeth Malkin and Paulina Villegas contributed reporting from Mexico City.
MEXICO CITY — The devastation caused by Tuesday’s earthquake in Mexico ...
FARC’s step towards peace in Colombia must not be met with another ‘political genocide’
- Jan Boesten
In his magnus opus 100 Years of Solitude, the late Colombian Nobel laureate, Gabriel García Márquez, warned his compatriots that “it is easier to begin a war than to end it”. And true enough, the country’s decades-old ...
Netanyahu embarks on first Latin America visit by Israeli Prime Minister
- Barak Ravid ברק רביד
The 10-day trip includes meetings with leaders from Argentina, Paraguay, Colombia, Mexico and finally a stop at the UN General Assembly
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left Sunday evening for a 10-day trip to three Latin American countries and the ...