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Bolivia: Human Rights Ambassador Shared Concern About Death Threats Against Ms Emma Bolshia Bravo Cladera

The intimidation and threats against ITEI and its director are not isolated threats.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Evo Morales On 23 January 2014, the Institute of Therapy and Investigation into the After-effects of Torture and State Violence publicly and internationally denounced the continuous intimidation and death threats against director, Ms Emma Bolshia Bravo Cladera, and staff.

The ITEI is an independent organisation which works on defending citizens against violations of their human rights by the State.

Read Full Article (Jul-17-2013 10:49)

Venezuela Raises Profile by Offering Edward Snowden Asylum

President Maduro has stated publicly that Venezuela will provide asylum to Mr Snowden for humanitarian reasons.

(CARACAS World Review) - Venezuelan President Maduro THE SPY novels of author John Le Carre are nothing compared with the antics involving former US National Security Agency worker Edward Snowden - who has been leaking secrets - and Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.

Mr Snowden, 30, known as ‘the leaker’, divulged top secret work of the NSA in mass surveillance operations with the British government and in spying missions on European governments in a series of exposes in June 2013. He was charged with espionage and theft of government property by the US.

Read Full Article (Jul-06-2013 09:42)

Forcing Down Evo Morales`s Plane was an Act of Air Piracy

Denying the Bolivian president air space was a metaphor for the gangsterism that now rules the world.

(TASMANIA, Aust.) - Evo Morales Imagine the aircraft of the president of France being forced down in Latin America on "suspicion" that it was carrying a political refugee to safety – and not just any refugee but someone who has provided the people of the world with proof of criminal activity on an epic scale.

Imagine the response from Paris, let alone the "international community", as the governments of the west call themselves.

Read Full Article (Apr-11-2012 21:17)

Ahmed Ben Bella: `I spent 24 and a half years in prison`

A candid interview with the historic, fascinating Ahmed Ben Bella.

(ROME) - Ahmed Ben Bella The first president of independent Algeria (1963-1965) Ahmed Ben Bella passed away on April 11th, 2012 at the age of 96 years. At the time of his death we are reprinting the interview he granted us in Geneva on April 16, 2006.

Ahmed Ben Bella is one of the great figures of Arab nationalism. He was one of the nine members of the Committee of Algerian Revolutionaries that gave birth to the National Liberation Front (NLF).

Read Full Article (Dec-13-2011 16:21)

Cuba-ALBA lands are Tamils` natural allies

Following is the text of Ron Ridenour’s talk in Chennai, where Ron launched the Indian edition of his books “Tamil Nation in Sri Lanka”, “Sounds of Venezuela”, and “Cuba: Revolution in Action”.

(CHENNAI, India) - Ron Ridenour's books. I start from the premise that Martin Luther King expressed: “Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere”.

In the country of my birth, The Devil’s Own Country, I experienced similar injustice committed against the native peoples and the black people as Tamils suffer, especially in Sri Lanka where they are subjugated to Shinalese chauvinism.

Read Full Article (Mar-28-2011 17:17)

Fake Venezuelan Money Financing Nicaraguan Protests in Honduras

Apparently, it is only permissible for Nicaraguans to infiltrate Honduran territory in order to perpetrate U.S.-directed wars against leftist Nicaraguan governments.

(ISTANBUL) - Honduran Red Cross apprehends Venezuelan-Nicaraguan posing as tear gas inhalation victim In response to the ongoing teachers’ strike in Honduras, the demands of which include an end to the privatization of public education, the illegitimate Honduran government that came to power following the 2009 coup against President Mel Zelaya has declared the strike illegal, threatened to fire striking teachers and to possibly dissolve teachers’ unions.

Read Full Article (Apr-27-2010 23:11)

Special Report: The Arizona Effect

Mexico's President says the bill represents an obstacle for the solution of common problems in the border region.

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) - Mexican President Felipe Calderon In a controversial move, Arizona’s state legislature and Governor re-injected the immigration question back into the center of US politics.

SB 1070 gives local police authority to demand documents from any individual suspected of being in the US illegally.

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