France: Yellow Vests Resume Protests

FYI: from Telesur English, September 12, 2020 The ‘Yellow Vests’ Saturday took to the streets after a summer break to continue protesting against Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform plans. Almost two years after their first mobilizations, the Yellow Vests marched through Paris, Marseille, Toulouse, Lyon, Lille, Nantes, Nice, Bordeaux, and Strasbourg. Yellow Vests in France are back! https://t.co/rJTznMN9SA pic.twitter.com/etuoptte4b — Karli[…]

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Oppose U.S. Sanctions on Venezuela, Illegal and criminal interference

Statement by the Chicago Anti-War Coalition (CAWC) This Statement is part of a series by the Chicago Anti-War Coalition (CAWC) updating the latest on the U.S. government’s brutal and illegal sanctions and attacks on various countries.  It is meant to help us build our opposition, and further join in the International Campaign Against U.S. Sanctions. This Statement mainly focuses on the U.S. sanctions[…]

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Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective Wins Legal Victory Before Hostile Judge

The sentencing of the final four from the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective marked another defeat for Juan Guaidó and his DC-based coup administration. Prior to handing it down, however, an Obama-appointed judge delivered an unhinged law-and-order tirade denigrating the defendants. By Anya Parampil On the morning of June 3, four U.S. citizens from the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective (EPC) who[…]

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Venezuela And Iran Show Solidarity Can Overcome US Empire

by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, published on Popular Resistance, May 24, 2020 A Victory for Sovereignty, Independence, and Peace This week, Venezuela and Iran faced up to threats made by the United States and defied the illegal US sanctions by sending five oil tankers from Iran to Venezuela. The US’ longterm unilateral coercive measures have prevented the two countries[…]

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UNAC Statement on US Threat to Iranian Aid to Venezuela

The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) denounces any attempts by the US to stop shipments of Iranian fuel to Venezuela. Last week, an Iran-flagged tanker passed the Suez Canal, reportedly bound for Venezuela with a shipment of refined fuel. Despite having the largest proven oil reserves in the world, Venezuela’s refining capacity has been damaged by the US embargo, greatly[…]

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UNAC Venezuela Statement 5/5/20

UNAC Venezuela Statement The United National Antiwar Coalition condemns the latest attempt by the United States, its allies in Colombia, and the Venezuelan opposition, to oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. This past Sunday, the Venezuelan Navy captured a group of armed mercenaries traveling by speedboat toward the coast of Venezuela. The group of heavily armed paramilitaries was composed of Venezuelan[…]

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Letter From President Maduro As US Threatens Venezuela With War

by Nicolás Maduro-Moro, published on Popular Resistance, April 2, 2020 NOTE: Associated Press reports the United States is sending naval ships to patrol the Caribbean as the US falsely accuses the Maduro administration with trafficking narcotics while ignoring the countries actually engaged in drug trafficking such as US allies Ecuador, Colombia and Honduras. “President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Navy[…]

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Trump Sends Gun Boats to Venezuela While the World Partners to Fight a Deadly Pandemic

by Vijay Prashad, Paola Estrada, Ana Maldonado, and Zoe PC, published on MR Online, April 4, 2020 This article was produced by Globetrotter, a project of the Independent Media Institute. On April’s Fools Day, U.S. President Donald Trump gave a press conference where he announced a new “counter-narcotics effort” by U.S. Southern Command. “We’re deploying additional Navy destroyers, combat ships,[…]

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Trump’s Narcoterrorism Indictment of Maduro Already Backfires

by Leonardo Flores, published by CodePink, March 27, 2020 For twenty years, right wing extremists in Miami and Washington have been slandering the Venezuelan government, accusing it of drug trafficking and harboring terrorists without ever offering even a shred of evidence. They finally got their wish on Thursday, when the U.S. Department of Justice unveiled indictments against President Nicolás Maduro[…]

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