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Venezuelan government confirms new dialogue with opposition

The two parties agreed on a new process of dialogue and signed a six-point agreement which includes a complete rejection of the economic sanctions against Venezuela. Earlier, far-right wing opposition leader Juan Guaidó announced his withdrawal from the talks

Tunisian elections As Tunisia goes to polls, the Popular Front presents an alternative

Seven million Tunisians vote in the second elections since the revolution of 2011. The elections take place amid the failure of major parties to confront the economic crisis facing the country

What is at stake in Tunisia’s presidential elections?

Tunisia is all set to have its second presidential elections since the 2011 revolution on September 15. We take a look at the key issues, the major political forces and the vision of the left

We were obliged to take up arms again: FARC leaders announce return to armed resistance

Citing the violation of the peace agreements and the human rights crisis, leaders of the demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Iván Márquez and Jesús Santrich announced a return to armed struggle

Why did the Argentine peso plummet following Macri’s loss?

The struggling Argentine peso suffered a significant loss in value after the defeat of Mauricio Macri in the primary elections. We spoke to Argentine economist Emiliano López about how and why this occurred

Hondurans intensify protests demanding JOH’s resignation after report links him to drug trafficking

Massive protests erupted after Univision released a report alleging that president Juan Orlando Hernández’s 2013 election campaign received $1.5 million from drug trafficking proceeds

“The coup d’état was a moment of awakening for the social movements in Honduras”

10 years after the coup d’état in Honduras, we speak with Camilo Bermúdez to look at the transformation of Honduran social movements and the legacy of Berta Cáceres

Trump escalates sanctions against Venezuela to full-fledged embargo

Donald Trump’s latest executive order which blocks all Venezuelan property in the jurisdiction of the United States has been met with backlash across Venezuela and the world

Protests planned across Colombia in defense of social leaders

Thousands will march today in defense of social leaders in over 100 cities in Colombia and in more than 30 cities worldwide

Who would destroy a community’s food crops? Who would destroy a community’s food crops?

The crops of the Lenca community were destroyed, allegedly by members of the Madrid family, in what is the latest instance of harassment of the indigenous inhabitants of Río Blanco in Honduras

Massive protests in Puerto Rico seek governor’s resignation and an end to colonization

The protesters’ immediate demand is for governor Ricardo Rosselló to resign, but the mobilizations have also highlighted the widespread rejection of Puerto Rico’s status as a colony of the US

Human rights report on Venezuela ignores impact of imperialist aggression

The much anticipated UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights report barely touched upon how the economic sanctions and right-wing violence have impacted the lives of the Venezuelan people

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