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AFGJ Strongly Condemns The Attempted Military Coup In Bolivia

By the Alliance for Global Justice, published on Popular Resistance, June 26, 2024 The Alliance for Global Justice commends the Arce Administration for its swift action to restore popular democracy. Alliance for Global Justice congratulates the Arce Administration for its swift action to restore popular democracy in Bolivia just hours after its National Army surrounded the Palacio Quemado with tanks[…]

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Anti-Coup Rebellion In Eastern Ukraine Completes 10 Years

by Dmitri Kovalevich, published on Popular Resistance, May 8, 2024 As Russian Forces Continue Advancing In Donetsk. April 2014 was a pivotal month for the people of the Donbass region in what was then still part of Ukraine. It was then that the governing regime was newly installed in Kiev by a coup d’état on February 20/21embarked on military hostilities[…]

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Last Words to the Nation: Salvador Allende, 1973

The Black Agenda Review, published on Black Agenda Report, September 13, 2023 Henry Kissinger is 99 years old and alive. Salvadore Allende never had the opportunity to live that long. The democratically-elected socialist president of Chile, Allende was toppled in a US/CIA-sponsored coup d’etat on September 11, 1973. A Marxist and member of Chile’s Socialist Party, Allende came to power[…]

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People Of Niger Want To Shatter Resignation

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, August 25, 2023 In 1958, the poet and trade union leader Abdoulaye Mamani of Zinder (Niger) won an election in his home region against Hamani Diori, one of the founders of the Nigerien Progressive Party. This election result posed a problem for French colonial authorities, who wanted Diori to lead the new[…]

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What’s Happening in Niger Is Far From a Typical Coup

by Vijay Prashad, produced by Globetrotter,  August 14, 2023 On July 26, 2023, Niger’s presidential guard moved against the sitting president—Mohamed Bazoum—and conducted a coup d’état. A brief contest among the various armed forces in the country ended with all the branches agreeing to the removal of Bazoum and the creation of a military junta led by Presidential Guard Commander[…]

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The Silence on Imran Khan

by Craig Murray, published on Consortium News, August 9, 2023 Pakistan has imposed a media blackout over the deposed prime minister and thousands of new political prisoners incarcerated in appalling conditions. Condemnation in the U.K. and U.S. has been non-existent. Given the large population in the U.K. of Pakistani origin, the lack of serious media coverage of the overthrow and[…]

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Niger: A Coup against French Control and Dominance

by Chandra Muzzafar, published on International Action Center, August 10, 2023 Not mentioned here is the fact that the US/AFRICOM largest drone base is located in Niger, a convenient location for managing drones over most The situation in Niger is still in flux. On 26 July 2023 a military coup took place in that West African state that led to[…]

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No U.S./French-Backed Invasion of Niger!

by Editor, published on Workers World, August 6, 2023 “When Africa becomes economically free and politically united, the monopolists will come face to face with their own working class in their own countries, and a new struggle will arise within which the liquidation and collapse of imperialism will be complete.” – Kwame Nkrumah, Neo-Colonialism, the Last Stage of imperialism Today,[…]

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