Sabotage of Electric Grid Leaves Venezuela Without Power for 20 Hours

Photo: From Venezuelanalysis, 11/12/18 Venezuela’s electrical grid continues to struggle with blackouts as the country’s economic crisis continues. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins) By Marco Terrugi posted  to Workers World on March 10, 2019 Article published in pagina12.com.ar on March 9. Translation by Michael Otto. Caracas, Venezuela – At 5 p.m. on March 7, almost all of Venezuela was in the dark.[…]

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Brazil’s Presidential Elections Jolted by Events

Brazil’s National Museum fire destroys millions of artifacts. by John Catalinotto, originally published on Workers World, September 10, 2018 Sept. 10 — As Brazil heads for the first round of its presidential and national assembly election on Oct. 7, three dramatic events are shaking this massive country. Encompassing nearly half the land area of South America and more than half[…]

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Opposing Bipartisan Warmongering is Defending Human Rights of the Poor and Working Class

by Ajamu Baraka, previously published on Dissident Voice, Black Agenda Report and CounterPunch, August 14, 2018 The decision by Democrat party president Harry Truman to bomb the cities of Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on the 9thwith the newly developed nuclear weapon signaled to the world that the U.S. was prepared to use military force to back up its[…]

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