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Special UN Envoy Recommends Lifting of Sanctions Imposed on Zimbabwe

by Oleen Ndori, published on ZBC News, September 9, 2022 The United Nations Special Rapporteur Alena Douhan has recommended the lifting of the unilateral sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe in line with the principles of international law. Between the 18th and 28th of October last year, United Nations Special Rapporteur, Dr Alena Douhan embarked on a 10-day fact finding mission on[…]

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U.S. and Israel Bomb Syria Again: Oil Piracy Continues

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, September 2, 2022 In the latest violation of Syria’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, eight U.S. F-16 and F-15E fighter jets hit nine targets in Syria Aug. 25. The U.S. military still maintains 19 terrorist training camps in Syria and has seized Syria’s oil fields. Even as the U.S./NATO-provoked war in Ukraine threatens nuclear[…]

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America’s Real Adversaries Are Its European and Other Allies

by Michael Hudson, published on Naked Capitalism,  February 7, 2022 I feel like I’m in a time warp today.  I keep finding good articles, timely in the sense that they talk about the forces that govern our current situation, but they aren’t technically ‘current’.  So, take a chance and read on.  [jb] The Iron Curtain of the 1940s and ‘50s[…]

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While Cuba Deals with the Matanzas Fire, the U.S. Watches and Waits

by Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan and Medea Benjamin, published on Resumen-English,  August 10, 2022 By now, the images of the oil explosion that erupted in the Cuban province of Matanzas on Friday, August 5 that has just been extinguished has been seen around the world. When lightning struck an oil tank in Cuba’s largest oil storage facility, it quickly exploded and[…]

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Call Me – Washington’s Generosity

by Isaac Saney and Cheryl LaBash, published on Socialist Action, August 11, 2022 While various countries such as Mexico and Venezuela were concretely assisting Cuba in overcoming the unprecedented disastrous fire consuming the Mantanzas oil storage facility, the United States cynically sat on its hands, instead asking Havana to call them. As Mexico, for example, sent 16 flights with over[…]

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Cuba Should Be Removed from the U.S. List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

by Roger Waters, Vijay Prashad & Manolo De Los Santes, produced by Globetrotter, July 8, 2022 The United States maintains a list of countries that it considers as “state sponsors of terrorism.” There are currently four countries on that list: Cuba, North Korea, Iran and Syria. The basic idea behind this list is that the U.S. State Department determines that[…]

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“Summit of Exclusion” Backfires on Biden

by Jill Clark-Gollub, Washington DC,  Alina Duarte, Mexico, John Perry, Nicaragua, published on The Council on Hemispheric Affairs Website, June 13, 2022  (Beautiful Activist Photos: Click to Enlarge) “We would definitely have wanted a different Summit of the Americas. The silence of those absent challenges us. So that this does not happen again, I would like to state for the[…]

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New Revelations of Former US Secretary of Defense Confirm Illegality of the Extradition and Arrest of Venezuelan Diplomat Alex Saab

by Dan Kovalik, published on Global Research, June 10, 2022 In his new memoir, Sacred Oath, former US Defense Secretary, Mark Esper, who served under President Donald Trump at the time of the arrest of Alex Saab in Cape Verde, effectively admits that the White House was quite aware of the fact that Saab was a diplomat at the time[…]

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